I have this 67 Firebird sitting in my garage and would like to sell it. As you can see by the pics it needs lots of help. I'm near Allentown, PA. so it will be local pick up only. (The seats are not included) No idea what to sell it for so make me an offer if interested. Here's the link to the Firebird.
Unfortunately I have to agree. Not much left. Maybe some items could be parted out.
1967 FB 400, original CA car (smog), now 455, finally in Paint Jail after 19 yrs. Metal work & block sanding done. Jambs painted. Color coat on, color sanding underway 2006 Mustang V6 Pony, factory ordered, 28 K miles, future retirement cruiser and classic(?) 1994 Chevy K2500 HD 4x4, 454 TBI, goes anywhere, tows anything, current DD Old projects, gone but not forgotten: 1980 Turbo Trans Am 1970 Mustang fastback, 351C 4Bbl, auto 1988 Mustang GT, 5 speed 1983 F-150 4x4, built 302
I know---I hate to see it go that way though. The weird thing is that is was built the same week as my other Firebird and it was the same color (verdoro green). I've used what I need off of it but was hoping someone could use it.
There are a few pieces to salvage but not much more. My coupe in the backyard looks like yours except the rust cut out...no much left of her either. I use it like a Doctor uses a skeleton in his office.
Put it on Ebay and you will get 900 from a Camaro guy who has a mysterious set of tags in his tool chest, is my guess
1969 Firebird 350 Coupe, Rust free Texas body, formerly brown, now a TA clone with quality spoiler, latching hood and TA wheel; 1969 GTO Convertible Expresso Brown/Parchment(currently painted red). Both numbers matching. My first love was a Cameo White 67 326 Coupe, bought back in 1983, at the age of 17, for $1,200. Been hooked since on PONTIAC! Working on a 67 400 ragtop for customization-Gulf Turquoise/Parchment/400/4 spd! My winter project!
Oh, noooooooo!!! Please don't crust her, just keep the shell in the drying storage till you finding a good one without original title so you can take that vin #'s tag off and put it on another '67 Firebird or Camaro will saved her life if you still have original title from that restorable car. I've heard many people can swap 1st gen Camaro and Firebird vin #'s tag into each of that car, it's all the same body shell and year, except rear tailight panel, rear side panels and front end. It's pretty hard work to cutting the Camaro panel parts off and putting on NOS or original used panels then welding them around and then put your Firebird's original vin #'s tag into a Camaro is legal if that year is the same as another one.
This is my old pic of 1967 1/2 Firebird (built on 7/27/67) with '74 Pontiac 400/400 on Jan 1st, 1990. She had original Tyrol Blue, with Std. Dark Blue Int., 326 H.O, 4spd, factory traction bars, 1 of 6,078 built in '67. UPDATED: I got another 1967 Firebird with an original code is F-400 Option, 1 of 650 built in '67 with rare th400 A/T. My brother & I picked her up and brought her to my new home!! It's missing original 400/th400. She has factory K-Gulf Turquoise under primered, had 1-Ivory Vinyl Top. She has factory RH traction bar with 3.08 rearend, J-custom option with original Deluxe white & black Int., has rare fold down back seat. Will start to restoring her & will to find a good running or rebuilt '67-'73 400/400 into her later. New pics in my Photobucket.com - Pat's 2nd '67 Firebird 400 Project 2/3/13