Greetings Guys; I started posting here a year ago to gain new friends, mine for information and because of my age it's time to find a new owner for my VERY rare 2 door 9C1. Depending on your perspective it's along way from stock. I've spent a fair amount $$,$$$.$$ over the years maintaining it to the highest level I could afford. I can NOT change how the MATH adds up, math is math. So now I would like 1/2 my money back in trade for the car, will I get it only time will tell. I've offered it for less than 1/2, and still no takers so I will have to drive it some more (poor me, I'll have to suffer). As you have seen I call it the Brown Brick & you can too, you won't offend me. You can even call it a bath tub or a OPOS, it is brown! I make an effort to keep negativism out of my life, I don't always succeed, but I feel that it makes me a better person mentally & physically! But every once in a while a person will encounter someone that reminds me of brown soft smelly stuff! Did I mention that I would consider ALL OFFERS, I have NO SET PRICE! This car will run with the best, the quarter miles times are OK for a street car. It auto crosses well and holds it's own on the road course. Oh did I mention that you can even drive it anywhere, if you have the gas money. Some of us here have no perspective of the automobile scene from 1976 to 1985, maybe too young or very narrow minded. After owning 4 unit body cars (Camaros) I wanted a full frame.... Did GM make 403 Firebird with a full frame in the late 70's early 80's??? I didn't notice if they did & never encountered one that got past me. A tidbit, the first race I lost with this car was 1999 at the drag strip. I have yet to lose a street race, but I know that their are MANY now days that could put me away, I don't street race much any more. Roads are way too crowed now days, even after midnight. I should mention that a lot of the money spent on this automobile was sent to Jegs & Summit, their prices were as good as I could find. I feel that some of you all haven't kept your receipts & maybe if you have you haven't totaled them up. I can testify that if you do the total it will be higher than you would have guessed! Bob Jr.
PS: Thank you for the comment's Blake, much appreciated.