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Old 05-16-2013, 03:35 PM   #1
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1969 Firebird Restomod - $15000

I just dont have time or money for two toys right now. Time to let one go.

This car is a Sprint model, but is now chevy small block powered and is a restomod.

The car is very solid driver quality restoration. Paint is very slick professional quality. It is not show quality and has a couple of blemishes, but is very nice driver quality. It has had quarters replaced and has had bumpers removed front and back and the work is nice quality.

Interior is nice driver quality as well. Seats, dash, headliner, and door panels have all been redone. Carpet is not brand new, but is in very good condition. Dash panel is uncut and in very good condition. Originally an AC, car, but most of the AC/heat is missing.

Engine is a 377 small block chevy(400 block with 350 crank. It has a smallish hydraulic cam, edelbrock intake and carb, fabricated aluminum valve covers, headers and 2.25 inch dual exhaust with flowmasters. It runs very strong and sounds great. Transmission is a TH350 and shifts strong.

Drive train is mostly original with factory drum brakes all the way around. It will stop on a dime and drives great.

Message me if interested.
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Old 05-16-2013, 03:59 PM   #2
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That is a nice car man! When you have time can I get a pic of the front? I love the way the front ends of those model firebirds look.
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Thanks, guys. I wish I was independently wealthy so I could afford to not work and have time for more than one toy...LOL.

Here you go Harley...
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That's a beautiful car you have. My auto tech teacher in high school had a 67 that his mother bought brand new. It had the tach in the hood. I've always liked those years model firebirds over the camero. GLWS!
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That's a beautiful car you have. My auto tech teacher in high school had a 67 that his mother bought brand new. It had the tach in the hood. I've always liked those years model firebirds over the camero. GLWS!
Thank you. Lookin at all these pictures makes me want to keep it, but it just dont make sense. Suppose to have a guy coming in the next day or two...need it to be quick like a bandaid removal.
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Beautiful car for sure, I think you will regret selling it real soon!



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Beautiful car for sure, I think you will regret selling it real soon!
Thanks...I think. I have had some cool cars in the last few years and have learned that I can get another one some day. This one is nice, but there will be others. For now I need to focus on making more and spending less. I have not driven it more than enough to keep it going for almost 2 years...
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Took a deposit today. Most likely be gone in a couple days.
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