$40,000 Firm. As you can see from the attached pictures the car is
not fully restored, far from it. So if you are not a serious buyer
you may as well stop reading now. At last check the car is worth
around $56,000 fully restored, that is from the NADA Guide and I
have attached a copy of it here along with a few pics of the car.
I bought the car new in 69 so it is a 1 owner, all documented. The
car has been stored in a garage since the mid 70's because I made
the mistake of trying to save up enough to restore it to
perfection when I retired. But I was forced into early retirement
with chronic lung disease in 2001 and am now in the latter stages
of it. I have set the price on the car to attract ONLY those who
understand that is a future investment. Please don't waste my time
or yours if you are not serious about buying this car.
I live in Indy and you can email me. If I see you are a
serious buyer we can start by talking on the phone. It breaks my
heart to even consider selling my beloved Camaro, but I want to
see that it gets a good home and is around for a long time for
people to enjoy looking at and driving.
I think this ad might be fake. Thankfully unrestored '69 SS Camaros don't
run in the 40s (yet).
Pics he attached are not there, the NADA guide he attached is not attached,
he states that interested parties should email him, but leaves no email
fishy to me...
You didn't read the sheet too well..... If you read the conditions on this
car it falls into the "Low Retail Value" "This vehicle would be
mechanically functionable condition, needing only minor reconditioning
ect...... " VALUE $14,250.......
The price of $34,900 would be "Average Retail Value" which is one either
older restore or well maintained original vehicle.... ext paint ect. in
presentable condition... A "20-footer"
This one is definitly not 5,100 better than average...
It would be a good deal at $14,250
40K for a car that's not fully restored? I think you've been watching
too many Barrett Jackson auctions...
======================================Here, my Camaro is for sale and its alot cheaper at only
Let me get this strait. You want $40,000 for a car that in all
likelyhood needs $30,000 in restoration costs and will only be worth
approximately $56,000. For sure it would be in someones interest to
buy a car that is already in concourse shape.
As for it being around a long time after it has been restored, you may
be right. What you don't have right is that it is most likely to
become a hanger queen in which no one will get to see it, let alone
touch it or drive it.
Put it up for auction on E-bay, maybe you'll get what you are asking
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