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Old 04-27-2009, 08:01 PM
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What do you guys think my camaro is worth? Its a 1981 Z28 with T-Tops the engine and transmission is original, it doesn't have the original rear end but its a got a 10 bolt posi with 373 gears, the floors and frame are solid its never been painted. Here are some pics and a video
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I have worked on a few 81's and while that might be the numbers matching block it does not sound like the "original" 165HP 305. Paint looks like a pretty deep shine for an 81 factory paint job. It is really a bad time to try and put a value on that car. Are you talking replacement or what you could get for it? Sales of any collector car is down right now. In some cased down 50% from just 18 months ago. Miles? underneath? seats?
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I have worked on a few 81's and while that might be the numbers matching block it does not sound like the "original" 165HP 305. Paint looks like a pretty deep shine for an 81 factory paint job. It is really a bad time to try and put a value on that car. Are you talking replacement or what you could get for it? Sales of any collector car is down right now. In some cased down 50% from just 18 months ago. Miles? underneath? seats?
Its a rebuilt 350, the car has 80,000 miles on it, the floors are solid but the interior could use some work
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Your car blue books in the standard camaro catalog..... pg.223 for 3,680.00......... little hint........what is a 69 camaro worth????? your Z-28 will be close when it is 40 years old too, HOLD ON TO IT PLEASE!!!!!! nevermind, I will give ya 2500.00 today... haha
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