Ok. So when I bought it it had all its panels attached. Nonetheless, it doesn’t look it, but I heard it run today for the first time. I’m working on the restoration plan. I don’t plan to make this a “perfect” trailer queen. I want a car I can drive the snot out of. Believe me, a 3000 has the guns to kick tail riding down the road.

When you need a classic car restoration attorney, call me. I’ve had two not so great restoration projects. I intend this one to be correct and within my intended budget. Get a contract with your restoration mechanic. 

Kirk Sanders, Car fanatic attorney.

By the way, I have a 1962 MGB that will be for sale. 336-725-4707

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I also have represented a number of clients recovering their antique cars/classic cars from dilatory mechanics.