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Full restoration or hot-up F100?

I have a 1955 Ford F100 that has been in my family since new. It is in original condition and is apparently one of only three of its type left in Australia. I can no longer afford to keep it and my dilemma is finding the right place to advertise it. I would like a buyer who would pay a realistic value and restore it to original condition and not chop it up and turn it into a hot rod. What would you do?

Start by writing to classic Ford car clubs and letting them know you want to sell it, take it to classic Ford gatherings with a 'For Sale' sign on it, and advertise it in a classic car magazine like 'Just Cars'.