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Hello form Colorado. I have read a few postings here at Team Camaro. But have never posted anything. I am in the process of restoring/recloning a non-documented 1970 L34 RS/SS. It's got a long way to go before its done. I have been a Camaro enthusiast most all of my life. My first Camaro was a 1970 RS/SS L48 (which is why I have the one I am working on) that I purchased when I was seventeen. I am looking at a '67 on e-bay and was hoping to get some input from this group. It seems like a pretty good deal to me but I am not too familer with the market for 1967 cars. Any advice or opinion would be welcome. Thanks

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Chevrolet-Camaro-Convertible-67-SS-RS-Convertible-Factory-AC-Rare-Gold-Interior-1967-_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQhashZitem335eb808afQQitemZ220632451247QQptZUSQ5fCarsQ5fTrucks
 

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welcome to team camaro!
looks nice, others will chime in, im a 69 kinda guy!!
 

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Welcome to the TC Crew, Kreg.

You might want to look through the extensive archives on this site in order to educate yourself on this matter. It's a great time to buy from the buyers' point of view.

Good luck on your quest.

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Welcome to TC, it is the site for Camaros. Man I've learned so much so sit back with your favorite beverage and you can spend hours on here.:thumbsup:
 

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Nice looking car, not a big fan of the gold but I would keep it factory. I like to keep things more on the original side. I would say 15K - 18K would be a good price. Good luck.
 
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