Just wanted to share with you the photos of this rare and beautiful 1969 Mach 1 (351 engine).
I took this photos when i was in Yerevan (Armenia) about a month ago. Armenia is a post Soviet country, and that’s why any not Soviet classic is very rare (i think i must write a post about it). So, you can imagine how i was amazed when i saw this Mustang.
By the way, did you notice my Falcon in background?
A few weeks ago i went to see this Plymouth Savoy with a friends. We heard that the car is for sale (for a not high price) and decided to visit it just only out of curiosity.
The car was compete in 95% and was mostly in original condition. I would buy it if i did not have so manyunfinished projects. But i will keep my aye on it, and will try to make it mine at the first opportunity)))
In my opinion, this car will look cool with a little bit low suspension and with a red old school wheels.
The body looks cool as it is. It is not rusty and doesn’t require full restoration. This blue color is not original, but it looks good. Just needs polishing and a little work in some places.
I am not a mechanic, but in my eye everything looks pretty solid under the hood too. I know the brake vacuum booster is not original, but it’s not a big deal to find the original one in Ebay. I remember, the last owner told me a few years ago, that they took it from USSR car GAZ24.
So, let’s hope the car will find a good home, and the new owner will take care of him. Or, in the future we will see it car in my list of the projects )) …who knows?
I received these photos from my friend who decided to spent his vacation in Batumi (Georgia). He spotted this car somewhere in the center of the city.
Georgia is a post-soviet country, and every not soviet classic car in the streets is a rarity, not to mention this Alfa Romeo (only 2255 spiders were build). So, you can imagine how much i was surprised when saw these photos.
Even more surprise causes the condition of this car. You think it’s abandoned?
No, this is someone’s daily driver! It was changing his position in a city very often. But unfortunately we couldn’t find the owner and ask about his plans related with this car.
Only it remains to be hoped that the owner will restore the car sometime, or will sell to someone who will take care of this Italian rarity.