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Old 08-01-2013, 07:22 PM
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From your description, you mentioned more negatives/problems than positives. At this point, I would say no.

If there is a significant enough reason to fix it, I say go for it. But, "significant" can mean many things.

Better question: what do you plan to do with it? Full restoration most likely will cost a huge amount of money. Daily driver/rolling restoration status, less so. Like somebody said set a budget ceiling for yourself and see if getting the car to where you want it to be, will remain under that budget ceiling.
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