Offered for sale is this VERY RARE, one year only 1967 Grand Prix Convertible. Beautiful Regimental Red with Parchment Interior. 400/4barrel Automatic with Factory A/C and Power Windows. This is a nice running and driving car. She starts right up and goes down the road straight. The body is very straight and the chrome is nice. Interior on this rare beauty is good but does have a crack in the dash. There is also wear on the arm rest and the carpet. The headlights come on but the doors do not open. The Convertible top is in good shape but does not work. Not sure what is wrong with it either. Could be switches but I don\'t know. There is some small rust hole in the trunk under the mat. There is a set of fender skirts that go with the car but they are currently white. Check the rarity and value of these babies. This car is priced to sell at a reduced price because of the minor TLC needed.
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