What was that about two birds within the bush?
The primary two manufacturing Pontiac Firebirds ever constructed are presently up on the market, however if you’d like them, you need to purchase the pair, as a result of the vendor wouldn’t have it another manner.
The 1967 coupe and convertible spent their early days as Pontiac present vehicles earlier than being launched for public sale and have reportedly been collectively ever since. They didn’t lead a pampered life, nonetheless, and by 2014 had been in fairly tough form and never in operating situation. That’s when the parents at Gasoline Monkey Storage of “Quick N’ Loud” fame heard about them and purchased the birds for $70,000 with a full restoration in thoughts.
The pink convertible was the primary off of GM’s Lordstown, Ohio, meeting line and has a 326 V8 and Three-speed automated transmission, whereas the silver coupe encompasses a high-output 326 V8 and Four-speed stick. In line with Dave Corridor, the proprietor of Pontiac specialist Restore A Muscle Automotive, who’s dealing with the eBay public sale, it took a few 12 months to deliver the numbers-matching vehicles again to manufacturing facility situation. After they had been carried out, the Firebirds had been bought on the Discovery Channel present, however Gasoline Monkey Storage proprietor Richard Rawlings purchased them again a few years later and is the one providing them on the market once more now.
The vehicles are listed with a purchase it now worth of $285,000, which is roughly 3 times the market worth of comparable, however much less important 1967 Firebirds, however the public sale runs by means of Monday, Might 13.
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