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'64 Firebird for cheap

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custom color too...but it needs a little work...:bigal

http://www.ebay.com/itm/152521196146?ul_noapp=true

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I'm watching that one and wondering if I could graft it to this:

Mine also came from ebay. I think it was $199.

OUCH!! What is it with people and Firebirds?

Not much left there to graft....except maybe for the bottom wing. But hey - it's only $99.

Gratuitous porn pair picture - listed some time ago for $34K:

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rockabilly69

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OUCH!! What is it with people and Firebirds?

Not much left there to graft....except maybe for the bottom wing. But hey - it's only $99.

Gratuitous porn pair picture - listed some time ago for $34K:

cqx1betuyue4olxoit4f.jpg

thanks for that, those other pictures were making me ill!
 

JJ Blair

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Somebody apparently went full potato trying to remove the pickups.
 

El Gringo

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the one in the OP is fireplace ready .wow I wonder if it would burn clean or stink up everything around it ?
 

GuitarMikey

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Is that original paint in the OP? What about doing what the other guy did to the conversion and stripping the paint and then using it on another guitar? :##
 

MapleFlame

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Guess the paint is worth 500.00 I considered getting it to scrape off the paint, but couldn't see it a priority. Best if luck to who bought it . 500.00 nuts
 
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