Guys, Need some advice/guidance as something a little unexpected has come across my desk. I've been offered a 1972 CSL (have the vin if helps) here in Australia. It appears it's not a matching numbers car and has been in storage for some time and is a City Pack version. Looks like nearly all of the essential CSL bits are there, wheels, seats, aluminium panels etc. Based on initial photos she doesn't seem too bad in terms of rust but the car will need significant work - I'm told she runs though. The owner isn't in the market to sell per se but has a lot of other projects on and is aware of what I've been doing with my CS. It's presently running a 1972 csi motor ( basically the correct motor apart from the engine number). I don't think they are asking crazy money for it but it's not cheap. My concern is around the value of the car given the non-matching numbers and the potential cost(s) of restoration. Depending on a couple of things I'm considering jumping on a plane to go and take a look as the next step. What are our thoughts on the fact it's probably a non-matching numbers car but still running a period correct engine - but still carries all of the other CSL bits? Before you all ask, yes I've some pictures but a little reluctant to share as I don't want to breach the trust of the present owner. PS: If any member even tries to mow my lawn I will hunt you down- in addition to putting a curse on your children and grandchildren - and you know how nuts Australians are W.