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1  Camaro Research Group Discussion / General Discussion / Re: New Guy looking at a '67, needing help reaching general value on: February 27, 2006, 07:38:07 PM
Hi everyone,

Thanks for the assistance.  The guy has since dropped the price a bit (17k) but I think is still way-off.  I tried talking to him, but it's at a dealer here in SOCal, so I guess if they wait long enough someone will show-up and give them the price they want.

If anyone hears of a good (prefer 1967's) camaro for sale out in CA, please drop me a line.

Thanks again--22
2  Camaro Research Group Discussion / General Discussion / New Guy looking at a '67, needing help reaching general value on: January 30, 2006, 05:20:50 PM

I am hoping to find some help pricing a '67 Camaro, coupe, hardtop, I saw the other day.  The seller has it listed at 18k, but even a quick look at it let me know it was overpriced.

The exterior of the car was alright, fairly new paint job with only a few minor dings.  The interior was pretty new, and re-done in the original standard bucket seats & colors.  The problem here were the windows did not want to roll-up or down.

My concern is the engine & rust.  The engine definately had some problems just off a visual inspection,--I saw some oil leaks around the gaskets, and a  good amount of rust on it.  The car didn't have a battery, so I didn't get to hear it run.

I believe the car was originally a v-6, and has since had a v-8 350 installed.

The body, trunk, and underbody had some rust--pin holes in the trunk, wheel wells had some good sized rusted out part, etc..  The seller tells me it has a clean title, and no history of accidents, but I haven't actually seen the title yet.

I like the car, and wouldn't mind getting one that I could do some work-on, but I am not certain what to offer the seller.  I do have the VIN if that helps: 123377N216878.  The ad also lists a stock# (51109) but I'm not sure what that is telling me.

p.s. love this site.  I've been crawling over it for weeks now collecting information for my search.
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