Basically, the seller said it was a โ€˜67 GS, but it was actually a โ€˜67 V6 SPECIAL with a V8 swapped in, which meant it had the wrong engine, grill, and just about everything else. I knew something was up when I noticed that the car had posts, instead of being a pillarless coupe.

The exhaust manifold was all cracked, and the engine had a knock

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Passenger fender fit like crap, this thing obviously has problems

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The trunk pan and floor pans also had lots of small rust holes, which I know from experience is always a bad sign

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Poor thing, unfortunately I didnโ€™t buy it, it would have been a cool project if it was just a little bit better, or if it was cheaper than the asking price of $3500.

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