Discussion in 'Cars wanted' started by 70staged, Apr 17, 2019.
You don't know it may have four dead bodies in the trunk.
I know this car locally and the rear springs were changed it doesn't sit low like that now.
$80,000 is way out of the budget. Looking to stay around the $25,000 range if possible.
I would call Frank on the red conv that Roberta posted. I know he still has it.. you never know.
Same as previously presented/discussed. While out of your 25k range, it looks like a pretty good value.
I have one very similar, mine is an original 56,000 mile car with all the paper work from original sale in Dallas. One re-paint two years ago. This advertised car looks nice and good to hear rear springs are replaced. Mine has power windows and power drivers bucket seat, white power top, factory A/C, I added original console/shifter/tach between buckets, original AM/FM rebuilt, new speaker, drum brakes and I consider it a strong #2 original car. Paid $35K at Mecum Kansas City October 2017, probably increased in value to $38-$40K now. Not for sale though.
You gotta love a 1967 Buick GS, what a great car in every aspect!
Below your price range
nothing looks better than a '67. Avatar is mine since '92. My story is I watched Wayne's World movie and thought: wonder if Buick makes a version of the car Rob Lowe is driving. The rest is history.
Hi Ryan, this one, like the red one is @ 39.5k. Seems like the going rate for a nice, but not perfect car.
No longer looking as we have found a 1967 GS400 hardtop 4speed. Thanks Mike for bringing it down to us. Will be looking for small bits and pieces here and there over time
Congratulations! Always great to have another '67 GS owner on board. What color combo is it? Post some pics if you can.
My dad was the one looking for a car like this as he had one back in 67. I'll try to get pics when I go out to his house. Of coarse the weather has to warm up a little bit first. Gonna do some minor work on it over the winter hopefully