Evaluation: Represented as the original engine. Good older paint with edge chips around the hood and deck lid, some dust. Impressively flat and carefully fit panels. Generally good chrome with save for that around the windshield. Orderly engine compartment and chassis that has been restored but not taken back to bare metal and redone. Attractive upholstery and interior trim, good gauges, except the tachometer lens is becoming hazy. Done to high standards, neat and tidy throughout.
Bottom Line: This “3-window coupe” is the final—and by far the most attractive—evolution of the Touring-bodied 1900C and is eligible for many prominent and enjoyable events. Blessed by particularly high-quality body work, it is a pleasure to look at and sold for a moderate price that is fair to both the buyer and the seller.