the car has 96000 on the clock no tubs fenderwells in front was a a/c car 12 bolt has minispool trunk floor has been sheetmetaled gas tank removed looked around shocks mount all looks sound guy has console 4speed seats and tank also car has roll cage that would have to be removed had a smb and glide he wants 7000 bear
Sounds a little steep with that many mods. It depends what you want to do with it. If I bought a car with a cage already installed, I'd probably keep it in and restore the car as a non-original rod. Personally, and from experience, it's so much easier on you to buy a more original car if you want to save yourself some headaches. Good luck, in any case!
Yeah Bear I was gonna guestimate about half that. The metal would have to be ultra sweet, all the mouldings, all the window rubbers, etc. cause that stuff will nckle and dime, er twenty and fity, ya to death.
And if you're the buyer you can use that logic to get it for $3500 or at least much less that the $7000 asking price.
Very difficult to judge zipless over the net cars, but .... my best shot.
Remember, you can never overpay for a car, but you can buy it too soon for it to be worth what you paid.
Keep your eyes open, you never know what will come your way. The "Bomber" was an unintended purchase. I wasn't even looking for another car at the time, but I figured that for a grand I couldn't go wrong, even if it had not been run for a year. About $700 later in back registration fees and parts to get it back on the road again - and to the 14.90 et at Pomona a week after I bought it! Since then I've decided that there is enough good potential in this car to go full tilt with a restoration and performance modifications.
Goog luck with whatever purchase you decide to make.
"Bomber" '67 El Camino
Beater comes back to life
350/TH350 14.90 @ 93mph!
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