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Old 01-05-2012, 04:38 AM   #11
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I can't really help you with the Chevy, but if the Pontiac is a nice turn key driver, it should be worth somewhere between $5-15K.

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To the best of my knowledge both of these vehicles have been garaged for some time. If/when I opt to sell them for the owners the first order of business, I suppose, is to get them out into sunshine and take a some pictures!

Currently I have only one photo which shows both cars. If I can figure out how to post it here it will show below.

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If the 67 looks/drives as good now as it does in the picture, it should be worth $10-15000 anyway. We still need more info on it, but get the car outside and clean it up. We can go from there.
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Exactly what motor is in the bonneville..My grandfather had one that looked just like it..
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It'* either a 400 or a 428. Most likely a 400.
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