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Old 09-14-2011, 01:19 AM   #1
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Alright guys im sure you have heard it 100 times but i was wondering if you would mind giving me an estimate on this car i know you cant see how it runs and stuff but everything is original except some modifications on the engine and grill!
Everything sounds good but it would be my first time buying a classic car and I just would like to know the right price for it! Anything you can suggest or let me know when I go to look at the car again that would be awesome!
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Old 09-14-2011, 03:52 AM   #2
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beautiful car , wonder what they want for it ? maybe 9k ?
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How much they asking for it?
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beautiful car , wonder what they want for it ? maybe 9k ?
Ya their asking 8k but im just wondering is that a good price?

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How much they asking for it?
8,000! Is that a good price? Or is that to high or to low?
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listen for any motor noise when you start it up and then when you test drive it listen for any drive train noises. Look underneath the car and look for deep rust. If it is as mint as it looks I would say its worth it and the price is good. Around here a mint chevelle from the same era went for 10k here a couple months ago. If you have time to research it and he is saying it is completely original you might be able to find some data that supports sequential serials on the parts but I am not too experienced in that category myself
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listen for any motor noise when you start it up and then when you test drive it listen for any drive train noises. Look underneath the car and look for deep rust. If it is as mint as it looks I would say its worth it and the price is good. Around here a mint chevelle from the same era went for 10k here a couple months ago. If you have time to research it and he is saying it is completely original you might be able to find some data that supports sequential serials on the parts but I am not too experienced in that category myself
How would i go about finding these sequential serial numbers? is their a website?
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I would search google for finding sequential numbers year make model in google see what comes up
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If its that close to original,doesn't need too much body work,rust free,and runs good I would say that sounds like a steal!...
Im in the midwest(chicago land area) and looking for a "fairly" rust free 1st gen camaro rolling chassy (no motor no trans) and am looking at between 4-6k!...

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If its that close to original,doesn't need too much body work,rust free,and runs good I would say that sounds like a steal!...
Im in the midwest(chicago land area) and looking for a "fairly" rust free 1st gen camaro rolling chassy (no motor no trans) and am looking at between 4-6k!...
And if they're asking 8k you may be able to talk'em down a bit...especially if you have cash in hand!..
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I'm guessing the AC isn't hooked up? Also check for rust everywhere. Including in the trunk, drip rail, rear quarters, batt tray, floor pans, just everywhere
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I'm guessing the AC isn't hooked up? Also check for rust everywhere. Including in the trunk, drip rail, rear quarters, batt tray, floor pans, just everywhere
Ya there is a leak in the line so he just unhooked it but it's easily fixable (I hope)
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How can it be hooked up I don't see the AC pump in the engine pic. It should be above the power steering pump. Unless he has something aftermarket
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Just make sure you check it out with a fine tooth comb for any rust or accident damage that might bite you back in the long run.
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How can it be hooked up I don't see the AC pump in the engine pic. It should be above the power steering pump. Unless he has something aftermarket
oh ok ill ask him about it but I think its all original!

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Just make sure you check it out with a fine tooth comb for any rust or accident damage that might bite you back in the long run.
Alright thanks I will!

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Anyone else see that the main engine block is rusted? Or is that something else...
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Looks like exhaust manifolds to me. Block looks ok. They can just be blasted and painted or wutever you want
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