The Corvette was picked up in Sandnes and it did look some slummocky as my daughter Linn Christin said but after a review of a survey report for the Corvette from an Norwegian Us Car Association and the salesman's word: "It's a good car except for the carburetor and I have never done anything with the Engine", we did drive on our way back home to Sandefjord. In our first real uphill road we ended in a tailback and I relished the throttle and the result was the Corvette stopped. It showed up that I had to keep the engine running on 1700 rpm when hot to keep it going, so at next uphill in tailback I pushed in the clutch and tighten the Handbrake, oh Jesus, I did almost ram the car behind me for a reason I did find out later. There were nothing in the brake drums just two wires sticking out.
Well we finally ended up in Sandefjord after about 150 US $ in gasoline. I had been looking for a project and I really did end up with one. My best guess is that this car has been used for spare parts and later put together with worn out parts. After a fire in the electrical system in engine room I decided to take a full Restoring. This Web site is not any attempt to make a Restoring Guide Line, it's really enough Books on that subject out there. In summer 2004 I did buy a 75 Corvette Convertible with the clear mind that it would not be another Summer without any wind in my hair. This is a fix and drive project.