EVALUATION : Older restoration | Paint is very good and so is the brightwork, save for a few light scratches. Tidy engine compartment with warped and torn air cleaner foam. Very good interior.
BOTTOM LINE : A real-deal L88 is hard to come by—1969 is the most common year, yet just 116 were sold. This one sold for $624,800 at Barrett-Jackson’s Northeast sale in 2016, then hammered not sold at a $520,000 high bid at
Mecum Dallas in 2017 and at a $400,000 high bid at Leake Dallas the same year. In other words, this was a bargain.