I wanna sell my 67 pontiac firebird. It has no engine at this point, but has all the badges and original glass, and no dents. How much would my car usually sale for?
Do you know what engine was in it originally? Automatic or manual tranny? How much rust is there ? Are there scoops on the hood? Is the interior original?
Fully restored 67 Firebirds are going for 20k to 30k. Basically the value of your car is that number minus whatever the cost is to get it there. It's hard to judge from the photo, but as a project car I'm guessing you're in the 3k to 4k neighborhood.
i bought my 1968 with some body damage but a running motor for 2000. it also needed interior work and new chrome all the may around but most of the car was solid. and idk if the badges really mean anything if they'll need replaced. i'd say maybe 3000 tops
how would you like to buy a 68 chevy 396 engine for that car , i have the correct mounts to fit it right in a pontiac . in fact i had it in my 65 lemans until i picked up a 455 gto engine . The value of the car depends on what motor & tranny it had originally,it looks like a car worth restoring .
i just bought a 77 formula thats needs some work, interior, exhaust, a little body work, but it runs and drives with a pontiac 400 motor and i paid less than 4k
nice car , 4 speed ? shaker? pics?
Do you still have the67 firebird the green one and how much and location.
do you still have the 67 firebird the green one and how much and location i work on GM
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