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1967 Firebird

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Picked up for $2000

A lucky car guy picked up this '67 Firebird for $2,000 recently at auction. It's got rust in the usual places, but overall pretty solid. The frame rails and trunk are in particularly good shape considering how long it's been sitting out in the South. Read the rest of this entry »

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1968 Firebird Convertible

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400 cid Pontiac project car

This Firebird closed with zero bids on eBay recently. Probably because the seller had his reserve set at a ridiculous $15,000. Yes it's a convertible Firebird and a desirable year at that, but there's still a ton of work to do on this car. Read the rest of this entry »

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1968 Firebird RAM-AIR

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Rare 400 RAM-AIR Firebird project car

Just looking at the photos you can feel the brutal desert heat that this Arizona Firebird has been baking in for the last decade or two. Although not rusted away (thanks to it's dry climate) this Firebird will need all new floors and trunk at a minimum. Seems as though the doors, front fenders, rear quarter panels and cab support members are still in decent shape. Read the rest of this entry »

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1969 Firebird

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1969 Pontiac Firebird

Not a whole lot of information to go by on this Firebird. According to the owner it's a factory Orange car with a white interior. But Orange wasn't a factory color, so it looks like Matador Red (paint code 52) or maybe Burgundy (code 67) but it's hard to tell with so many years of the sun beating down on it. The motor is gone, but it still has the factory 3 speed transmission. You just have to pull it out of the trunk!

From the photos it seems the owner has a few more decent classic cars rusting away in his collection. It's really a shame when vintage and muscle cars like this just get abandoned out in a field and the owner won't part with them. They always say they're going to restore them, but year after year there they still sit.
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