Just wondering how I could find out exactly how rare my 1984 Pontiac Sunbird Turbo Convert is?? and what it may be worth...Has only 34K original miles..I have owned it since 7K miles, always garaged, and in great condition other than rust in the drivers door bottom seam...It is Brown with brown top and interior, absolutely stunning combination..new timing chain and gear, new brakes, all power, windows, locks, seats etc..Needs an Ac charge!
Anyone interested? I have just brought it back to Massachusetts fro my Florida garage..
I tried to get a breakdown a few years ago fromthe pontiac archives for mine. At the time, they could only break it out by the number of convertibles produced that year. I thought it was like 2700 or something like that.
Yours must be awesome to see. I am restoring mine...
I have a sheet from Pontiac that has production numbers for a few years though I forget if 84 is on there or not. If you want to email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org tonight (in case I forget!) I can look it up for you. Otherwise you could look on Darkmuck's LT3 site since I scanned it and sent it to him a few years ago. I think the address is www.lt3.tk. Glad to see another turbo Sunbird is in Massachusetts, whereabouts are you?
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