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67 Bonneville convertible


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Hello everyone! I'm in the works of purchasing a 67 Bonneville convertible with the 400 this Sunday. I was hoping you all can tell me a little bit about this car? I've been doing some digging and seems like a great car(boat), but I'd like to get some insight. Attached are a few pictures! The guy has a 400 in it from another year, but has the numbers matching 400 with the 4 barrel and YF block, that's gna come with it. See attached photos! Would you say 10,750 is a fair price?  Thanks all!

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I personally cant say if that's a fair price or not, but man she sure is pretty!

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If there is no rust - it's a smoking great deal. I even checked NADA Classic Car prices. Yeah, for that price, grab it.

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Thanks all! Car is pretty solid overall. There are 2 small spots that will need some attention, but overall car is in great shape. I just need to get a new top, but all mechanics of it are as smooth as butter!

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Sounds like a sweet ride. I say "Go for it!"

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i think you should buy it!!!

very cool car and you only live once !!! GO FOR IT👍

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Depends. Are they both convertibles? Are they in equially as a good a shape?

The Bonneville was the top of the line for Pontiac back in the day. So my first reaction would be the Bonneville - all things being equal.

The Lemans appeal is that - at worst - is is a desirable parts car for someone building/restoring a GTO or cloning one. The Lemans was the luxury mid-size from Pontiac. In theory, it should be worth less than the Bonneville - again all things being equal. However, the fact that it is an A-body car makes it a tad more desirable for the sum of it's parts to a restorer. Also, '67 was the last year for the '66-67 body style for the Tempest/Lemans/GTO. Many people like that body stype over the 68-72 Coke bottle shape that followed it.

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