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1963 Sunbeam Alpine III project gone cold... [Colorado, USA]

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Clickfix Art H
Golden, CO, USA   USA
Hi all ... I purchased a one owner Alpine that was originally sold here in Colorado. It had been in a garage for many years but was in need of a good restoration. I have been a mechanic and car enthusiast for 55 years, and thought I had it in me to restore this one... I have had it for 4.5 years and have realized that I am never going to get it finished.
I started by getting the motor running and checking the electrical and transmission. The hydraulics (Brakes) had no fluid and the rear wheel cylinders were leaking.
At present the car is in a 1/4 restored condition. The engine has new timing chain and gaskets and painted, the under side of the car is clean and painted black, the engine compartment is clean and painted chevy orange ( I was going to paint the car a metallic orange) . The body is in euro primer and all wiring and dash are in the trunk. The car only had a small rust area behind the drives door in front of the wheel well ( I cut it out and put in new sheet metal)
I am open to any reasonable offer and can send pictures of any area that you may want to see.

I have a clear and clean Colorado Title in my name.

1963 Sunbeam Alpine III
Vin. B9202499
ODO. 70024

UP DATE 08-06-2017 THE ALPINE IS SOLD it Sold today so I am letting everyone know as i think it asked that to do so. Thanks everyone and good luck with your cars.

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