I have set no price on it, nor will there be an auction - it will be first come, first served and go to whoever wants it and makes a sensible offer for it (we are not talking £k here!).
It is very definitely a restoration task, far beyond me but it seems a shame to have to junk what could be a useful cruiser. As I said, all the main bits seem to be there, with what looks like a spare set of instruments and wiring looking like a rat's nest because of some half-completed work going on before the owner passed away.
If anyone is interested, please send me private message and I will email some pix to help you decide one way or another.
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