Dec 9th, 06, 08:13 AM
This 68 is 5 mi from me...Wondering what the population feels it is worth in the advertised condition?
Dec 9th, 06, 08:26 AM
It's not worth much, It's a major project to restore that car. In my opinion maybe $2000.00. The 396 4 speed is worth something. It looks like just about every panel is going need replacing, floor board, rockers, fenders, trunk etc.
He will probably get allot more for the desperate guy looking to have a Camaro. It's a true rust bucket.
Dec 9th, 06, 08:33 AM
I agree it is a huge undertaking to get to decent shape. It just seems even cars like this are pulling outrageous prices now....
Dec 9th, 06, 09:07 AM
Heck, the car is probably worth more apart than it is. 396, 12 bolt multi rear?
Dec 9th, 06, 04:24 PM
When I see a car primed needing that much work I just think that I did the same thing 20 yrs ago to make junk look like nice junk. If you buy just assume the worst. That being said anything can be repaired with time and money. Good luck WI.
Dec 9th, 06, 04:40 PM
Smallbloch heater box.
Sure-nuff. The pictures were coming through dark on my monitor. But the first rule of evaluating a used car applies; check the trunk.:sad:
Dec 9th, 06, 07:14 PM
Its at $3650 already and reserves not met yet. For restoration purposes, thats definitely not for the faint of heart. Im sure itll fetch over $5k....
Id pass on this one jsouthco ;) Just my 1½ cents worth.......
Dec 10th, 06, 04:20 AM
I was not even considering this one... I still have one in the garage that isnt done yet! My wife would shoot me if I bought one that needed this much work!
It just floors me to see what even cars in this condition are going for... I think this really plays into someone else other forum topic about whether or not prices will continue to climb... This is a true indcation that the bottom of the barrel prices are still climbing at least...