One big reason to choose a ’67 or ’68 over the more popular ’69 is price. We found this one at the Long Beach Performance Swap Meet and it was a decent car. But the asking price was $25,000. We consistently found that ’69s ran two to three grand more for a comparable car. That’s a lot of cash out of our budget and beside that, I’ve always preferred the bodylines of the earlier first-gens.