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67 Firebird

That's a nice looking car. If I was looking for a Firebird, I'd be good with spending $35k on it (pending a deeper in depth inspection).
I have very fond memories of a few 67 firebirds and imo, they're still a great value, and this one is no exception. I'd prefer a nice pontiac motor in this car, but that 421 should move it pretty well.
Visited my new corvette friend yesterday and he opened up his back shop where a 70 gto, 67 gto, and a 67 400 firebird which was his first car back in '76 were resting. He sold it back a few years later then answered an ad 20 years later for a '67 for $800 with a wrecked front end. After gathering all the loose parts for the car, he found the license plate in a box, semi-recognized the plate but didn't think too much about it until he got the car home and dug up some old photos and sure enough, the cinderella slipper! His is the same color, but with a black vinyl top.
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