Looking at a '67 Belvedere II

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Belvedere II 2-door hardtop would be RH23. Car also has Silver Special package which gave it the silver/charcoal interior, and usually a special gray/charcoal vinyl top. Legendary Interiors has all the pieces to replicate this. Also included with this trim package were GTX style wheel well and sill moldings. A couple of my friends have had Belvedere's with this package.
 

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Anything in the $8 to $12 k price range gets you a major project or rot box right now.

So ...imo.

Mid teens should net you a decent running driving car. Regardless of the body style its wrapped in.
 

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More info and pics. And better description. Although solid. It is showing its road use. So my big value starting at $18k is down near $12k and that's assuming mechanically sound. Certainly not a $20k car. $10k is looking more like the buy.

He has been worth right. And car is "H" code. So that's a plus? But in the end? Value talks.

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The car was originally a 318 automatic, 31 5 on the fender tag. It was originally a silver special which is a plus. I think you have pretty well nailed it on the value.
 

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Yes, the RH in the VIN is Belvedere II. I always referred to a H code car in 67 as a 383 4bbl. This would have been referenced as a 62 5 for the 383 automatic and H in the engine slot on the VIN. Still a nice find 67 Belvedere II Silver Special. 10K is a good thought to.
 

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The car was originally a 318 automatic, 31 5 on the fender tag. It was originally a silver special which is a plus. I think you have pretty well nailed it on the value.
Thank you. It's why we post here. Especially platforms that are unfamiliar. Would be a fun car. He sent some quick walk around vids. But can't submit here.
 

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Haven't seen in person. But it's close to me. Built up 440/727 column shift. Steep geared 8 3/4 sure grip rear. Mini tubed with fuel cell.

The components I'm confident in looking. It's the Belvedere II part? I'm sure it was originally a 6 cyl hotrodded up. But if anyone has info to share about difference between Belvedere I and Belvedere II? Please feel free to share?

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The interior of the car looks like a silver special. Could have had a paint job.
 

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In 68 "hardtop" and "coupe" changed dramatically.

However this has no bearing on the OP's car in question or this thread.

Wonder what happened to the car in question.

We verified a silver special a few posts ago.
 
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