Found an X55 numbers matching 350 4-speed SS car. Had a frame on resto approx 20 yrs ago and driven 5-6k miles since. Was not complete nut/bolt but nicely done and well kept. Shows no bad patch or metal work. Paint is 8 out of 10. Engine was rebuilt stock. Interior is clean with some signs of its age, but nothing out of sorts.
Without pictures its hard to say. What color inside & out? Standard or deluxe interior? A/C? Need more info or better yet pictures. 20 year old restoration COULD mean its going to be due for some work.
Looks like it's missing the cowl-hood seal or else it's painted silver !? Brake booster and MC cap painted black. Silver manifolds. Would need some tidying up for correct appearance. The cowl hood and induction system are most likely not original, but would add some value if functional. Rally stripes were added of course and not correct.
My estimate above is probably high by about 5K or more....until we see more pics.
I found the car on CL. His asking price is a good starting point. As always never buy
without a personal inspection. Also verify the numbers matching claim if it's important
to you. Many don't care but I'd hate to see you buy thinking it's a 350 when it's a 307.
Not saying it is but you never know if you don't check.
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I see a couple more pics have been added in the link above of the cowl tag and engine pad stamp. Both look genuine in my opinion, although it would be nice to see the rivets on the tag. Late build 69, factory installed spoilers (D80), Cortez Silver and black standard interior. HA suffix code is L48 (350, 300HP) with manual trans. Again, the stamp looks legit and date code lines up with the car build date. The partial VIN (to confirm matching numbers) is located down below by the oil filter and often times hard to see. 1967-69 Camaro Drivetrain Decoding
You said in another post he was at $37,500 firm.
If the car checks out in person I think that price is in line.
The engine stamping is legit. The tag is legit. You got an SS350 with spoilers.
Of course, the rest of the numbers on the drive train should be confirmed and the quality of the body. If that all checks out I think its worth that much for sure.
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1969 Camaro RS/SS L48 4 speed
1974 Camaro LT-Z/28 4 speed 33K orig miles
1979 Camaro Z/28 36K orig miles
1987 Monte Carlo SS 25K orig mi bought new by me.
First off, owner was not easy to work with. One of these "ive owned 100 camaros" guy and I know what I have and was firm at $37.5k Owned car for 15 yrs, but had zero docs. The 20 yr old on frame-on resto shows its age. Car is pretty solid but needs a good freshen up. For someone who wants a possibly original car with many org parts (50 yr old suspension, etc) then this might be for you. I have decided I'd like a good car with some modern updates.