The body of the car is excellent. There is no evidence of rust, or frame damage. The panels are straight and remarkable free of dings. The only evidence of prior collision was moderate damage (and repair) to the quarter panel behind the driver, and the inner adjacent inner fender. The only evidence of rust on the car anywhere was at the driverís side battery box and this was extremely minor.
There are scratches and some minor damage near the rear bumper stays (see picture) and a few barely visible chips on the rest of the car.
The car drives and tracks straight. Pictures of the structure when the car was dismantled are on my photo gallery website. The underside is unrestored and solid as original. Given that the car was originally delivered in Minnesota, the black coating visible in some places is a likely remnant of "Ziebart" rust prevention common at that time.