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jmp

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67 ss350
« on: January 31, 2006, 01:01:57 AM »
hello
new to forum
need approx. value of a 67 ss350 i bought new in 1966.
has original 4 muncie 4 speed close ratio trans.
original 3.73 12 bolt posi.
350 cu.in lt1 1970 motor in car now but have original motor stored.
deluxe interior in very good shape.
body has small rust spots in front & rear of wheel wells.
no rust in trunk around shock mounts.
i dont want to sell it but wonder if worth completly restoring it. vin 124377n133136
have prtecto plate , order forms & bill of sale
thanks

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Re: 67 ss350
« Reply #1 on: January 31, 2006, 01:46:09 AM »
Prices are very subjective and without seeing the car difficult.
But since you asked, in the Southeast the car you are describing is worth at least $14,000 and with work could go up around $25,000+.
Since you bought it new and know about the motor(s), you've got most of the value issues covered.
Check with price guides like Gold Book for ranges, and sales like Hemmings for market.
Of course, some folks on this site will tell you to sell it and restore a 69.  But as a 68 owner myself, it sounds like your 67 is well worth a restoration and many years of cruising.
I'm sure there will be plenty of other opinions forthcoming...
Good luck! ;D
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Re: 67 ss350
« Reply #2 on: January 31, 2006, 01:27:24 PM »
The car is defiantly worth restoring.  It just depends on what you what to do with it.  With the documentation you have and since you still have the original drive train, I would say the car is worth even more than lakeholme has posted.  Of corse how much more is up to the potential buyer.
I looked in CRG's data base and we do not have your car recorded.  If you would like to have it added, e-mail me or post the data hear.
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Re: 67 ss350
« Reply #3 on: January 31, 2006, 10:33:28 PM »
Daniel is right... Let me clarify... In anybody's book you know it is worth more than the bottom line $14,000 I mentioned.  I said that because you know --without a doubt-- you've got that much value in it.  Maybe it's worth $20,000+ now.  But as we both said, value is subjective and often dependent on the other guy's checkbook.  For example, I bought my 68 coupe (327, powerglide, air) a couple of years ago.  Interior and exterior it was in great shape.  I bought it for $17,500.  I could have sold it the next day for $22,000.
But I wouldn't!  At least I know, however, that was my starting point.
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Re: 67 ss350
« Reply #4 on: February 01, 2006, 01:37:51 AM »
thanks for the response. gives me  incentive to get started restoring it.

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Re: 67 ss350
« Reply #5 on: February 12, 2006, 03:45:47 PM »
If you retore it, make sure to take alot of pictures of the process. The original paperwork is a big plus and does add value should you ever have to sell your car.