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1967 Pontiac Firebird
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71mopar  - November 10, 2009
my father has one of these and it is a great ride hope it goes to resto.
legratrodder  - March 12, 2009
I'm showing my age here, but when I got out of college, I bought a 67 ragtop with a blown 350 engine. I put an older 389 motor in it, drove it for about a year and sold it for $900. I made $500 on it. How's that for the way things go. I bought a 68 Mustang convertible for $100 that had a broken windshield. I fixed it and sold it for $875. I thought I was on top of the world. Times sure have changed.
patato  - January 29, 2009
I building a model of a 1967 firebird
55pickup  - May 5, 2007
without the doors its hard to tell if its a 67 or 68
66pontiaccat  - September 27, 2006
This would be agreat investment as these cars are timeless in style, especially with the availability of parts from places like The Paddock, National parts depot, Hemming or Others.I would like to see better parts availability with the full size cars as well. I wish I could "save" them all !-TG
69impala  - August 19, 2006
Hi, This project type car is great to start with esecpially since it was considered as "body-shell" for anyone who might need it. David
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Created: May 02, 2008 By: oldride
 
 
 
 
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