HA Project car GKD395D
I have had this wee ditty awaiting collection from Liverpool, down to my place, which nearly didn’t happen. Today around 2 pm it arrived on the back of a flat bed lorry. I had not seen it in the flesh but for the price it was impossible to say no. Needless to say its needs some work, but its got good chassis and floors, maybe the odd scabby bit on the passenger side chassis rail where it joins the swan neck, but most defiantly the best I have seen in a long time.
The problem is I thought this would be a scrap car and I would pull it apart for spares for myself and a few friends who need bits and bobs. Indeed the person offering the car thought it was only good for spares.
The good news is that it is too good to break up and therefore it needs to find a home with someone who will make good use of the car as a restoration, alas with the GT, the HA and all the other things in life its too much for me to keep. So anyone who wants a restoration project should get hold of me ASAP.
History of the car is that it looks like it was parked up in 1978, and not moved since. It was parked up due to a seized engine and I can confirm this is the case. Below are a few images I took of the car when it arrived and after a few buckets of water went over the top to wash off 35 years of dust.