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March 15, 1969

Fifty years ago today! If there was a 2019 Z28 I'd go buy one right now
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Happy Birthday to your Camaro!! Mine will celebrate late May.
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Still sucky as an investment. ESPECIALLY if you figure in maintenance upkeep and insurance.

Although if you had invested just $1 dollar a day, every day from March 15, 1969 until today, you would have about $593,399.27 in your portfolio. This is assuming you just went index with the dow.

Or, $4,000 invested in 1969 in the S&P, without adding another penny, but reinvesting dividends would net you $279,118.98 today.

Of course, with cars there are exceptions, but the problem is, no one knows which cars are really going to skyrocket.

In the early 1970s, one of the 39 Ferrari GTOs made in 1963 was DONATED to a vo tech in Texas, because there was virtually no market for a high strung noise ex race car. One recently sold at auction for $38m. That pales in comparison to the silver (most were red) one that sold privately for $72m. Who knew.

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Fifty years ago today! If there was a 2019 Z28 I'd go buy one right now
Hypothetically, would you be checking off the "undercoat and glaze" box on your 2019??

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Still sucky as an investment. ESPECIALLY if you figure in maintenance upkeep and insurance.

Although if you had invested just $1 dollar a day, every day from March 15, 1969 until today, you would have about $593,399.27 in your portfolio. This is assuming you just went index with the dow.

Or, $4,000 invested in 1969 in the S&P, without adding another penny, but reinvesting dividends would net you $279,118.98 today.

Of course, with cars there are exceptions, but the problem is, no one knows which cars are really going to skyrocket.

In the early 1970s, one of the 39 Ferrari GTOs made in 1963 was DONATED to a vo tech in Texas, because there was virtually no market for a high strung noise ex race car. One recently sold at auction for $38m. That pales in comparison to the silver (most were red) one that sold privately for $72m. Who knew.
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Hypothetically, would you be checking off the "undercoat and glaze" box on your 2019??
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not likely !

It only has the factory undercoat and the floor pans are clean. I'm not sure what they were referring to. The options add up to the correct amount

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A01    Soft-Ray tinted glass            32.65
D55    Center Console                   53.75
D80    Front and rear spoiler package.  32.65
G80    Positraction axle 410 ratio      42.15
G84    Rear axle 410 ratio               2.15
J52    Power disc brakes                64.25
M21    4-SPD close ratio transmission  195.40
U17    Special instrumentation          94.80
U63    AM pushbutton radio              61.10
VE3    Special front bumper             42.15
ZJ9    Auxiliary lighting               13.70
Z28    Special performance equipment   473.95
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Rob, if you are the original owner, by all means check out, then check in on this thread. Hopefully you have some vintage pictures we can see.

Happy birthday.

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Rob, if you are the original owner, by all means check out, then check in on this thread. Hopefully you have some vintage pictures we can see.

Happy birthday.

https://www.camaros.net/forums/11-be...al-owners.html

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Fifty years ago today! If there was a 2019 Z28 I'd go buy one right now
$500 trade in for 1961 Impala convertible... Like to have that too
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