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1973 Pontiac Firebird 350 AT Non A/C Original 82784K Miles Completely Untouched
View Advert "The ultimate survivor car" 1973 Pontiac Firebird 350 AT Non AC, verdant green, white interior, white vinyl top, all original. Currently registered. The build date is the second week in December in Norwood OH. We just got this car from a super nice elderly lady who sold it to us because she hasn't been able to get in and out of the car for a long time. She wanted us to find it a good home. She took excellent care of the car. She always had it covered with a blanket and a car cover over that when she wasn't driving it. She was the third owner. She got the car from her friends daughter (second owner). Her friend was the original owner. Her friend wanted her to have the car after she passed away so the daughter gave it to her in 1994. Besides one fender being repainted several years ago and the driver's seat being reupholstered and the front carpet replaced, (we replaced the front carpet, the original carpet was falling apart) the car is completely untouched. The dash is in mint original condition. The interior is really nice. Original paint and wheels. The Pontiac 350 runs and drives great (great healthy motor), fires right up and does not smoke at all. The engine compartment is completely untouched. The car drives nice and tight, no raddles. The only rust on the car is at the bottom of the right side of the vinyl top. You can't miss it in the photos. Other than that the car is rust free and very solid. We have two binders worth of service records starting 2-22-1994 with the miles listed at 79114K all the way to the last receipt dated 8-24-2016 82743K miles. The miles today are 82784K. She did not have the original owners service records just hers. We are open to offers. Call for more photos or details 209-462-4300. We also have a video of the car on our Facebook page which you can link through our website gmsports.com or search us on Facebook under GM Sports Salvage and we have a lot more photos on the website.
Advertiser GM Sports Date 07/07/2017 Price $9,995.00 Category Automobiles
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Hello fellow Pontiac enthusiasts,
I am here to seek guidance and counsel. I recently had my front suspension break on me. More specifically, the lower shock mount broke free from the front passenger lower A-arm (I think it's the A-arm). Where the lower shock mount is supposed to bolt on, I no longer have those two holes. The metal broke right there, and I do not have one of those holes for the shock to mount to.
So here is my conundrum. I am thinking about upgrading my suspension, but I am not sure what to do first or where to begin looking. Currently, I am pretty sure I have the original setup--suspension, drum brakes, 14" PMD 5-star rims/tires. I would like to do any upgrading on somewhat of a budget, as my wife told me "You don't HAVE any money to do this!" But we will see....
I have read somewhere before that some people have swapped in a Corvette suspension/brake/hub setup. Is that even possible? If so, how easy is that? If not a Corvette setup, what would be a direct swap? I am looking for something that is relatively easy to do, as well as relatively easy on the bank account. (see above WIFE comment).
So that all are aware of what car I currently have.... I own a 1967 Pontiac Tempest Custom 4-door hardtop. It has a relatively new Pontiac 400ci V8, and a rebuilt TH350 transmission. The engine has been completely redone, as well. Bored out, all new internals, heads redone, it is NICE!!! The rest of the car, however, is mostly original. And of course, those are the parts I have to work on or fix up. Case in point, the suspension issue of which I am now typing about here on ForeverPontiac. I will soon be adding a few photos of my car. But for now, I simply ask for HELP!
I welcome information from any and all folks willing to dole out the advice. In advance, THANK YOU.