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Old 12-16-2019, 07:46 PM
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Default 1968 Superior Pontiac High Top

Looks awfully nice to me, but it won't be coming to my house.https://www.ebay.com/itm/1968-PONTIA...cAAOSw3iFd95Xm
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REALLY lousy paint and body work! Make you question what is beneath it. Needs the flooring replaced in the rear.
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REALLY lousy paint and body work! Make you question what is beneath it. Needs the flooring replaced in the rear.
Looking at the video, it seems to look much better, at least that was my impression.
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Those 70's wheel-covers stick out like a sore thumb on a 1968 vehicle. At least they're Pontiac wheel covers tho!
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REALLY lousy paint and body work! Make you question what is beneath it. Needs the flooring replaced in the rear.
This rig was sitting in a residential area about half a mile from me back around 2004, with a for sale sign in the window. I have seen it advertised on other sites more than once since then.

My recollection is that it had a very solid body, being an AZ car. The bullet tunnel lights were badly sun damaged, and were almost a pink color. I doubt that these will "buff out." The upholstery also was faded, so it has possibly been dyed or replaced.

I do agree that the paint job looks like a fast "scuff and shoot!"
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This was listed on craigslist in Amarillo TX being sold at a used car lot in 2018 for $8500. I still have the ad saved as a pdf if anyone is interested
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