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67 Grand Prix Convertible for sale Toronto


Looking at this ad have to wonder if the owner knows anything about this car at all!

https://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/city-of-toronto/summer-time-fun/1420258912?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true

It is actually very cool comparing the differences between the Canadian and US cars.

 

 

 



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a/c convertible . I very much like this one



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Stunning, and those wheels are a perfect fit for that style.

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At a glance you'd almost think you were looking at a GTO,

That is a nice car!

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67' Grande Parisienne. Ex Ottawa USSR Embassy car, 67- 68.
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70 SS ACADIAN wrote:

a/c convertible . I very much like this one


 I saw a AC set up in a '68 Cutlass S convertible at Dom Auto Wreckers in Courtice ON. in the 1980s. I owned a '68 442 convertible at the time and was tempted to transplant the unit and dash, etc. into my car.



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Carl Stevenson wrote:

Stunning, and those wheels are a perfect fit for that style.


 I'm not a big fan of Keystones, but they do look good on this car ... give it a Magnum look.



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'64 Parisienne CS "barn find" - last on the road in '86 ... Owner Protection Plan booklet, original paint, original near-mint aqua interior, original aqua GM floor mats, original 283, factory posi, and original rust.



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this is a beautiful car-no engine pics though.What about history of where it is from etc..southern car or lots of bondo etc..Just love the look for sure though-it is a gorgeous looking car

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if it is a solid car for $36 grand it sure would beat the fact most body guys want $30 to paint a rust free car



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Seriously Kevin? It's that high now?


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Canadian Poncho wrote:

Seriously Kevin? It's that high now?


 believe me I am living the nightmare right now. I`m ready to liquidate all my project cars as body work pricing has gone crazy



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I am with Kevin on this-but its more true than not. The only way to get these cars painted and even somewhat realistic price these days is to prep the whole car yourself and have a good painter spray the car for you. That will knock the price in half give or take 5k here or there. Supplies have gotten out of control-especially if you go with good quality primers etc..

We all know we have a passion for our old cars-and we over restore them. It costs us way more than they are eventually appraised for etc.Most the time buying a car like the beautiful 67 above is a way better deal than trying to restore one ourselves-sad but true.

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