I'd like to find a good home for this car.
Iíve seen sales in the $100,000 area for cars like this. I finally decided to price it at $85,000, since it still needs finishing. Iím certainly open to offers. All the hard stuff is done though, as noted by Jon
Iíll try to get some pictures up soon.Attached a couple taken when i first purchased it.
I've owned this car since the mid 80ís, was an original numbers correct car with about 70,000 miles, good running, cracked lacquer paint etc.
I drove this car as is for several years, while acquiring parts for the resto. Great car to drive.
Started a full resto a few years back. This car was not rusty, had door dings, one slight dent on a rear quarter. Did weld in an area next to a rear wheel well. The metal on this car was in amazingly good condition.
Paint and body came out beautiful. Entire drive train overhauled.
67 factory 427 car red exterior with white top and black interior, as listed on the original factory build sheet, which I have.
Motor, transmission, rear end are numbers correct.
Replaced all trim with NOS. parts. Re chromed bumpers and other misc. parts at AIH in Dubuque.
NOS mufflers and resonator tail pipes.
Options include --
Tach and gauges
optional Wood steering wheel
AM FM 8 track
Factory air shocks
Factory disc brakes with rally wheels
All listed on the build sheet. Also have protecto plate.
I've tried to do everything correct on this restoration.
Also have many photos of the restoration process.