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1982 Firebird: Pick it up or Pass on it?


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i mean, it depends entirely on what the plan is once it's at your house.  resto?  daily?  gut it for a giant, fire-breathing V8?   If I was looking for a resto to take to the local car shows, I'd totally jump on that. :D   well, if we didn't already have the Z. 

 

 

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i mean, it depends entirely on what the plan is once it's at your house.  resto?  daily?  gut it for a giant, fire-breathing V8?   If I was looking for a resto to take to the local car shows, I'd totally jump on that.    well, if we didn't already have the Z. 
 
 
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Most likely as a daily while I overhaul the comanche. I’m also in Cali, so that kinda limits what can be done while also keeping it legal. If I could put a big ol engine in it and run it with no care for smog, then that’d be the plan.


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I always wanted an 80s F-body.  I see them show up from time to time and give thought to buying one.

 

If you want it and can afford it, go for it.

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Keep in mind it's a first model year for that body style so there are some 82 specific parts that are going to be more expensive/harder to find. Like those missing front bumper pieces. 

 

My wife's 85 trans am. 

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