Man, if only I could row a boat across lake Ontario....
Unless you've got a Royal sedan and need the parts this car isn't worth rowing across a puddle for, it's a hardtop with severe rot. If it was a sedan it would still be a parts car but being a hardtop makes it worth even less in parts.
Last Edit: Mar 17, 2019 14:41:47 GMT -5 by 58hemifury
Post by markinblues on Mar 17, 2019 21:23:24 GMT -5
already, converted my Royal 77 into a Blumo got unlucky last month air compressor clutch seize on me and starter too, got a new 2.5 hp starter, new alternator bracket and waiting for some tools either to replace clutch bearings or delete air conditioning completely.
I have a friend who has a 1975 royal but needs alot of work.
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The '76 I bought from GA (the first parts car I bought for HOB3 and traded for the Demo derby '74) was a Florida car and had roof rot like that. Florida and other Southern coastal cars rot like this from the top down from the humidity and salt water in the air, HOB 3's roof is really rotted from it's 11 years in Myrtle Beach. I sometimes think it's worse than the northern rot. I'll stick with cars from the west from now on.