My cousin told me about 5k for the car. He is a big time car guy, but I told him about the Chevy motor he immediately said $2500. I doubt this guy is willing to go that low if he is ask 6k for it; so it might be best to keep looking.
I'm seeing a $2500 car that needs about $15,000 to $20,000 worth of work to become an $8500 car. I recommend buying a car that is in good shape for around 6 to 10k. One that isn't in primer, isn't deceptive, and doesn't have a chevy engine in it.
Also, the TH350 wasn't available for Pontiac until 1969, original transmission for 68 Lemans was a manual, ST300 or TH400.
Thanks for all the information, but I highly doubt this guy us willing to come down to the price you all is saying its worth. It might be best to wait on something else to pop up. I wouldn't mind getting it, but not at his asking price.
Last edited by psilentchild; 12-22-2012 at 11:59 PM.
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