As always we need to warn that unrestored does not always mean unaltered by previous owners. Just because this car has/had a specific detail does not mean your car was built just the same. Always do your research, document your findings and make the best choice for you and your expectations.
Looking at my pictures there look to be two groups - one when the car was first put up for sale and one later after the unrestored car was made a bit prettier
Difference in the two groups in pictures from the engine compartment should be apparent but that should explain some of the things you might pick up on. Vin is 1F05J22143x
Projected build date might be around July 1971. Mileage was reported to be 21K and 22K
Hope the sharing of these will help all of our understanding of these cars and foster some discussions. Car has had at least one respray with the door jambs (to the weatherstrip) was done. Choose a little over a dozen pictures that others may find interesting and that might plant seeds for good discussions and/or provide some info for members with similar cars. Enjoy!!
Shot of the alternator splash shield attached to the passenger side frame rail under the front endE2-
Battery area. Cool original radiator hose, heater hoses, battery shield and other partsE3-
Shot of the front of the engine. Notice the Thermactor systemE4-
Across the front face of the engineE5-
Battery area again with at least one changeE6-
Passenger side engine compartmentE7-
Some changes have been madeE8-
Much cleaner and fresher now. Interesting decal/sticker/placement on the hood latch support guess the assigned worker just put it there rather than on the top surface of the radiator support. The hole in the center top of the radiator support with the bare metal left around it - haven't seen that on unrestored cars and its difficult to see if that detail is in the before pictures as bare as it is laterINTERIOR I1-
Shot of the dash and forward interior I2-
Shot from the passenger side I4-
Glove box stuffTRUNK