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Old 05-10-2022, 12:43 AM
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Talking Bought another 67 2+2

Made a run across the Wisconsin/Minnesota border and picked up this 1967 2+2 convertible today. This car was originally signet gold with a black top. Plan is to restore this one back to original. My goal is to have it done by the 2025 POCI Convention.
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Trying to corner the market on 1967 Pontiacs?

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Trying to corner the market on 1967 Pontiacs?
I think I'm up to 13 now. Some are parts cars though.

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Wow, you must have a big net out there to catch these cars.

Looks like a 428 car. What options does it have?

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Wow, you must have a big net out there to catch these cars.

Looks like a 428 car. What options does it have?
Here's the reproduction window sticker by Mike Noun...
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Great find (or did it find you?) and website!

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Never realized how expensive the 2+2 option was. Add that to the base price and you are right there with a Bonneville convertible, this is probably what doomed the 2+2.

Yours would look good in either its current blue or its original gold.

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Great find (or did it find you?) and website!
Buddy of mine sent me the lead on it. And thank you! The website is a work in progress.

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Never realized how expensive the 2+2 option was. Add that to the base price and you are right there with a Bonneville convertible, this is probably what doomed the 2+2.

Yours would look good in either its current blue or its original gold.
The plan is to put it all back original.

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Always liked those louvered fenders on the 67's. It will be a very nice car when restored.

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Damn that’s a cool Old big car. It was as much as a RAIV firebird coupe in 69 too. Someone paid some big steam for that car.

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