Join Date: Jan 2015
Location: Injun Territory, 'Merica!
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'67's are out there. I truly believe more survived than '66's. I would truly caution from buying from any Internet used carlot establishment. Easy to spot them, they love to use the word "Classic", nearly always have tacky Chinese repop memorabilia hanging all over the walls, black and white checkerboard show room floors.
Even longtime GM dealers that I know that have a building/showroom full of of late 50's through 70's collectibles, a good percentage of their inventory, the body and paint work is mediocre at best, that's a ton of $$$$ often to correctly restore. The main reason even my GM dealer friends have the cars in inventory is they can sell them for more money and often finance them, versus private individuals. Private individuals are your best bet, ones that have tucked cars always for decades, not the the turn and burn puppymill builder operations.