The last inspection certificate is dated ’85, when Hilde was still driving it through Antwerp. Presumably it was then put away because the rust took its toll.
For the past 35 years it has been waiting in storage and collected a lot of dust and cobwebs. The body and chassis are in pretty bad shape, but that’s solvable. More importantly, it has been preserved, AZAM 6s are quite scarce, and that it has retained its original details.
In short, a good basis for a total restoration. By yourself or by us. The engine is loose, the brakes are locked. We haven’t touched it yet, leaving all the choices to you.
The car as it is, including Belgian registration, is 5,000.