Nov 24th, 06, 09:35 AM
Barrett Jackson has a 1967 Camaro RS/SS convertible (http://www.barrett-jackson.com/carlist/cardetails.asp?In_AuctionID=221&In_LotNumber=907) with missing VIN tags on door and firewall up for auction in Scottsdale.
What do you think the public will pay for this one?
Nov 24th, 06, 05:20 PM
Personally, I would not pay big bucks for a car like this that is missing the cowl tag and VIN. I understand all that jazz about the hidden VINs and all. But to me that ruins the cars collector value big time (not to mention the new crate motor). This would have to be a driver. Richard.
Nov 24th, 06, 07:14 PM
Seems like for the price they will expect the car to bring,,they would have had tags made for it,,not saying thats the right thing too do but we all know its possible today.
Nov 24th, 06, 08:52 PM
God!.......I hope not much!
Nov 25th, 06, 03:50 AM
It is not worth anymore then the sum of its parts. I am surprised they can even sell it without a complete VIN. The stamped numer does not include 12467, 12367, or god forbid 12437 or 12337, so what could it be? I met a redneck at a car show braging he ruined the VIN on a 12337 car and got a new title as a 12437 car and made a new VIN, UGH!
May 18th, 09, 07:20 AM
there's so much fakery out there on SS's and RS's it's pitifull, I met a guy about 3 years ago who took a V8 coupe and added the conversion and emblem kits to make it an RS/SS, then "got" a cowl tag and vin of a basket case and sold the car as an original RS/SS, and was bragging about it. Sheez....
May 18th, 09, 08:09 AM
Not everyone has ethics.... unfortunately. :(