Car is a 60, not a 59. Starting with 1960 cars the engine number is no longer stamped on the plate attached to the firewall outside of the coil. The plate shows only the chassis number. It is European version with the double side mouldings and the side "winkers" (although it is missing the right one, and the left one looks suspiciously like the front piece from the right side of the sedan side spear put on backwards. It is proper that it Has NO center spear on the hood. That's how it came new. To totally restore would take too much, but anything is doable if enough money gets thrown at it. No telling in what condition the engine might be, but I can't believe it would not have to be torn down totally. I suspect if the car had been running it would not have been left to sit and the windshield and interior would not have been removed. The radiator shown is not the right one either (and probably would not even fit), but the floor mats (the best part) do look untorn and solid. Car must have been parked early in life. I suspect the interior was in great shape and sold. The fact that the car did not sell at the ebay offer is surprising. Maybe I am way behind the times in not realizing just how valuable these cars have become. I don't know if that makes me glad or sad.