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1970 Plymouth Roadrunner purchase

I m looking at a 1970 Roadrunner that s for sale.
It’s a one owner with all documentation.
Dealer invoice, repairs etc in binder.
The car has bondo on inner fenders, & its apparent the
quarter panels were replaced given bondo over joint on rocket panel.
The dash is cracked but underneath the frame rails are solids.
Car is from NC.
Owner wants $40K
I feel since you can see where body work was done & other flaws, cracked dash, rusted steering column it’s more like a $35 k car.
Your opinion please?

You didn’t mention which drivetrain but I would feel $20,000-$25,000 Sir , Rick McLaughln

about 1 hour ago

Trans Am 455ho 1972

Hello!
My name is Johan and im from Sweden.
I have one
Pontiac Firebird Trans Am 1972 445Ho Matching number car.
*Lucerneblue
*Black interior
*3-Speed Turbo Hydra-Matic
Do You Know how many were made like this?
Best regards Johan !

There are No production #s for color combo , just Drivetrain ,Sounds like a Very Sharp TA though , Rick McLaughln

6 days ago

Proof of meeting EPA emissions for 1971 GTO for CA DMV registration

I’m original owner of a 1971 GTO purchased and registered in Canada. I’m trying to register the car in CA and the DMV is requiring “a letter from Pontiac stating the car meets the emissions standards for 1971”.
Any thought on how to get such a letter? Alternative documentation could be acceptable as well (not sure what that would be).

In 71 Emissions should not be an issue , But PHS could help , Rick McLaughlin

8 days ago

73 trans am

what are the production numbers on a 73 trans am without the screaming chicken decals,i read the decals were optional but ive seen 73 TA`S without decals like in the movie EYE FOR A EYE staring Chuck Norris

The Hood Bird is the only Decal that is an option , all the "Trans Am " decals are standard , there are No Production #s on " No Bird" TAs

6 months ago

Does changing the color change the value?

I am in the process of buying a 1971 LT1 Corvette. The car is completely original EXCEPT it was repainted buy the first of two owners. It began life as Orange, and the first owner decided to have it painted yellow. How badly does this color change hurt the value of the car?
It is highly optioned, and only has 13,850 miles on it, (all very well documented by the current owner).

Color change ALWAYS hurts Value and on a Low Mile Original car like yours it Hurts even more , this car Deserves to be back to its Original Orange , thanks , Rick McLaughlin

7 months ago

I Have Been Looking For A Guy Like You For Years!

I have a 1986 1/2 Trans Am. All original inside and out-except the tires, nothing missing except the original t top bag. We are the third owners, and it has only been in our family. The original purchase date was 9/5/86, per the Warranty and Owners Assistance Information booklet. I have never been able to find any information online pertaining to this mid year model. Specifically, number produced, number remaining today-and of those how many original, and variances between mid year models themselves. Any suggestions on where to start?

PHS can help some , but how many remaining no way to tell , thanks , Rick

7 months ago

1970 Trans am with factory moon roof

Rick , I have a chance to purchase a 1970 Trans am 4 speed no console with a factory moon roof . The car was never titled . The car was sold to GM Canada and ’’Test Vehicle". My issue is the electric moon roof . heve you ever heard of such a thing ?
Owner said it was installed by GM as test but decided to go with T Tops . The car has PHS

Thanks in advance
Matt

If Sunfoof is factory it will be on PHS , but in this case would not rule out experimental , Rick

7 months ago

1968 GP production

Is there some sort of list of where GPs were assembled for the 1968 year? I bought one recently and it shows Linden, NJ. But with the limited numbers produced for that year I’m curious what other assembly plants cranked them out.

PHS , Pontiac Historical Services can help you ,just give them your VIN , Rick McLaughlin

8 months ago
gary's hobbie Historical 1969-1969 Plymouth - Road Runner

Roadrunner 1969 convertible triple black

Hi Richard, my name is Kathy and I have a 1969 convertible triple black all numbers matching car. Just wondering, It is a 383 car, automatic, how many were triple black? is it a fairly rare car? Thank you!

Kathy-

I thought everybody knew by now this was one of my hot-button issues. The answer: ZERO. Even if, perchance, you are referring to Plymouth Road Runners, nobody knows, because said data was simply not compiled, but if I were a betting man, I’d say around 2% of production ragtops were 3X black. Rare!

Rick

9 months ago
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