Wow, looks like it needs a lot of body work. Interior looks pretty good though.
Thanks mate! Believe me, you are an inspiration to me, and I used your post to show my folks around what I intend to do with the car.
Body work, she suffered a bit over the years, nothing to hard, but lots of dents all over it, I think the only "virgin" spot is the roof, it even has the original paint! The rest is a complete mess, lots of rust but I hope no real huge holes, and the mistreatment, bought in japan (curiously by my dad), taken to Angola by boat (BTW, you have a picture of an FF1 in Angola, its the one in your first pages, the car license plate starts with AAD (same as mine, I'll post a pic of it soon), and its a rally prepared car, the photo is in BW).
She was then driven there by almost everyone I know in the family
and she took quite a beating.
Engine was fully repaired around 15 years ago and works like a charm, in fact, the engine was put to work the summer, and it was a 10 year old cold start, first turn with gas and she started, drunk 3 gallons of gasoline, ridden a bit (with no brakes) and then taken on flatbed 300kms to where she is now), but its a restoration and as so, all taken apart, cleaned and refit, I would really love to see the dual carbs in it
For specs, its an 72 FF-1 G 1300 FWD, but I would like it to end >1600 AWD, if I manage to find the wagon version.
Now in the process of build an window ultrasafe box to store them
I can make new windows but $$$$$$$ or in my case €€€€€
See y'all soon