Old 04-30-2021, 09:08 AM
chaosrob chaosrob is offline
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Default 1967 Lemans

Car is located in Missouri

Picked up another bird and just do not have the room for this one anymore and hate to put it in deep slumber. I was going to eventually do a 6 speed swap on it but have too many projects and didnt want to take a running car down.

1967 Lemans
-disk front, drum rear
-Full Hotchkis TVS Suspension
-02 LS1/4l60 <30k miles on them
-full rebuilt 10 bolt 3:55 posi rear
-working ac and heat
-Dakota Digital Gauges
-Derale Fans Controller
-I'm sure I am forgetting a ton of stuff on this but it is a super nice cruiser with some pep and eats up the highway. I would drive it anywhere
Solid metal not a bondo queen at all. Have video of the tear down and rebuild.

I can take updated pics once I pull it out of its slumber corner. Some of the pics will show previous items that were removed (sport mirrors were removed (come with car) and replaced with chrome repops. White dash was poorly done so I replaced it with a black one. Removed ls1 fender emblems. coil covers are removed but come with the car. These are the only pics I have on hand

It is truly a beautiful car, rides like a dream, gets attention everywhere you take it


-Power windows could use some further adjustment. Fronts work great rears need some help back up

-Radio is non op, never cared to fix it

-one rear taillight housing has a crack, I have a replacement set that goes with it just haven't changed yet

-paint is respectable but I wouldn't consider it show quality

-intake filter is poorly done but functional

-repop front bumper does not fit as well as it should. Original front and rear come with it but would need rechromed

- exhaust doesn't leak and has cats installed so it is quiet and doesn't smell but the welding on the pipes could have been better. The shop I took it to to weld them was a disappointment to me.

I know I wont recoup everything I put in it but was curious if you think 38k puts me off my rocker. TIA
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Old 04-30-2021, 07:33 PM
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just my opinion......at that price you have many other vehicles to compete with.
Seems like you spent money in the right places but still needs a few things according to your list.

Put it in the classified section and see what happens?? The market will tell you if the price is right.


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