Restore ?

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David Derer

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My 64 (Brown Wonder) and my red 66 both came about because of the owner
passing away. I kept in touch with spouses and family via video tapes.
Niether were able to do anything with the cars. Both very happy and
thankful that the cars were back on road. Amphis have a very strong
emotional connection. Your question should you restore needs to come
from are you keeping or are you selling. If to maximize income from
selling sanding painting and putting back together can cost nearly as
much as sale price. There should be a club member or friend of the hobby
that can take a look at your car. Feel free to call me at 815 849 5498.
Later Dave the Wave
From: shall83838@aol.com
Subject: restore???

Hello
I am new to the list. My question is as follows: I own a amphicar. It
was in
the process of being restored/repainted etc. My Husbands fun project. He
died
before it was completed. The question is should I have it finished or
sell it
as is? The body is in good shape and everything works but needs to be
sanded,
painted and put back together. Your comments and suggestion are
welcomed.
S. Hall
 

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