Join Date: Jan 2015
Location: Injun Territory, 'Merica!
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Originally, this '71 GTO convert was Lucerne blue with med blue comfort weave buckets and a white top. Hard to beat Lucerne blue/blue on a '71 GTO. I'm betting the car is an automatic(?) that hurts quite a bit, while a 4spd Lucerne blue/blue '71 GTO convert has considerable value even as a project. Having owned a lucerne blue/blue M22 '71 Judge, will relay, it's very expensive to correctly restore these cars, esp the interior. The reproduction comfort weave cover are not correct and the shade of blue is off.
Back to the convert, 1800 is dirt cheap, as a driver type resto, is the seller at 18K? Need more pics, the pics of the rear of the car only point out the added Judge rear spoiler, the aftermarket Hurst emblem (no such thing as a Hurst Edition) and the poorly positioned splitters. Existence of, and condition of original sheet metal is very important, any pics of the front of the car (?)