eBay 1965 FJ45LV in MN

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well....its all there.

frame looks like it starting to delaminate by the spring hanger

that surface rust looks deep in spots on the body but it may be more solid than it looks.........or not.
 

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MN + LV doesn’t seem like a good combination. But who knows where it spent it’s whole life. I’ve seen a lot worse on quarter panels. At any rate, someone go save it please :) looks like a great candidate, depending on where the reserve is set / what it sells for.
 
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sorry for the above...i got caught in multi quote hell and no clue how to undo it.

but....it looks like its shedding just sitting there....look at the floo

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VIN 15481 is not on the LV list so yet another one surfaces. It has all the elusive bits...rear bumper, rear seat/hardware, door handles, dash knobs, rearview mirror etc. No rear tailgate emblems so the Russian judge deducts 3 tenths of a point.

I agree this is a good candidate for resto but there's a long road ahead for someone willing to take on the project.
 

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Certainly one you’d feel better about seeing in person before buying - unless it goes cheap. Lots of good parts there. On the plus side, lots of places can do body work. Not having to find lots of parts would be a major bonus. Down side is body work isn’t cheap 😭 28 is bleeding me dry.
 

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