Join Date: Jul 2001
Location: Houston, Tx, USA
It took me close to 20 years to finally get a 67 FB. If the deal falls through on the rusty one then I highly suggest waiting and saving up for a non rusty car. In the end you will have a ton less money in the car. Unless you just like doing metal work.
My current 67 has no rust or if it does I have not found or seen it. It is about a 14 year old restoration. So basically was made a show car then retired to weekend driver status then sold to me. I had a 67 coupe back in the early to mid 90s and while not what I would call a rust bucket I still had to do partial quarters and floor pans then paint the car. I got less for that running/driving car than I had just in paint/primer work and I painted it myself.
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