Thanks for the admit, new member, first post. Stumbled across my 67 Firebird last July driving the back roads of Madison County in upstate New York. It's an unrestored 326/2 bbl coupe in Signet Gold, built in Ohio and birthed at the Van Winkle dealership in Dallas; I'm apparently the 4th owner. It appears to be a true survivor, 74K miles (only 4K since 2001) with the original engine, trans and drive train, interior and paint, even has the original jack and that strange compact spare with the inflator. Consistent with the PHS docs, it's equipped with a pretty standard set of options: factory air, 2 speed ST-300, deluxe interior/trim, AM radio, PS and PB. And a front bench seat, which I'm told is decidedly uncommon.
The car is running pretty well for an old lady, but has the expected list of mechanical issues. Currently swapping out the leaking Harrison radiator; new tranny cooler lines and a carb rebuild are next on the list. I spent the last 40 years teaching chemistry and paying someone else to work on my cars, so I have a pretty steep learning curve ahead of me on this new project. I've already learned a ton from the site and I'm sure to have lots of questions from those of you that have traveled this road before.
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