Discussion in 'Cars and Parts For Sale Leads' started by Devin, Jan 13, 2020.
10 cylinder huh?
I remember when I had my first joint
5.7 liter fuel capacity
AMC 350?? Rear distributor ?.
AMC= American Muscle Car
What if we want to talk to Mrs. Robinson?
And here's to you, Mrs. Robinson
Jesus loves you more than you will know
Whoa, whoa, whoa
It’s ok guys! The speakers are secured and he has a extinguisher ready to go when his electrical spaghetti catches fire.
Is that an old Fender guitar amplifier emblem on the gas door?
Yes! "Mr. Robison" (seller) put that on that gas lid erroneously to remind him for reassembly what and where the fenders went.
I hate to say it but with that earlier model front clip and Mad Max exterior in my perverted mind I like the external visuals......if only it had a 455 "AMC " engine and the interior bulldozed out I would drive it : )
Looks like a good place to get a front end for your '71....she's race style. We had 3 75-81 Camaros in my high school, all blue, and all their doors tried to lay down and play dead on the curb like a kickstand when you opened them. This thing brings back fond memories of the mid 90s in Farmville, America.
Small bumper front clip is worth something. The rest of the car - probably not so much. 78 - 81's are not rare. They (GM) were pumping out 400,000 F bodies a year in the late seventies. Height of the baby boomers and pinnacle of gold chainers purchasing powers.
I think thats about what those cars are going for these days.. it's a nice car for a highschooler to blow up.
Speaking of AMC, thought this was a really good looking example