Category Archives: Pontiac

1967 Pontiac Firebird – $510

’67 Firebird

Recently Sold on eBay for $510

The “for sale” ad on this 1967 Firebird listed it as “needs lot of work, has NO motor, NO transmission and NO rear end.” That about sums it up, although there was also no title available, which probably explains the low $510 final sale price. This one was probably only good for a parts car considering the title problem.

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1967 Pontiac GTO – $4520

’67 GTO Tri-Power

Recently Sold on eBay for $4520

Here’s a 1967 GTO hardtop that recently was for sale at auction. It has a good running WS code 400 engine and Turbo 400 automatic transmission. It’s a four barrel, but the carb on it now is an aftermarket Carter AFB.  Rear end is a GM 10 bolt non-posi traction with 2.93 highway gears. Rust is in the typical spots on these GTO’s for sale; the rear deck, rear quarters and trunk. Most of the interior is gone except the bucket seats and Hurst dual gate shifter.

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1968 Pontiac Firebird – $1001

’68 Firebird

Recently Sold on eBay for $1001

This Firebird shell was recently pulled out of the weeds and sold at auction; hopefully to someone who will give it a good home and tackle the restoration process. Not much info given in the “for sale” ad about engine, transmission or options. It’s not likely to be an extremely rare muscle car, but they’re getting harder to find.

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1966 Pontiac GTO – $2425

’66 GTO Tri-Power

Recently Sold on eBay for $2425

This true Tri-power 1966 GTO was let go at a no reserve auction for the modest sum of $2425. Although the original engine is long gone, it was originally a YR code. Triple 2 bbl carbs sat atop this 360 hp power plant. The car came with all Pontiac Historical Society (PHS) documentation. Clearly there’s some rust to contend with, but body mounts appear solid and there’s quote a bit of original sheet metal left to work with. The original 3:55 posi differential was still in place, although it probably needed a total rehaul along with the rest of the car.

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