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Old 09-10-2023, 01:30 AM
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I have found this 69 camaro pro touring listed for sale at No Reserve Classics Dealer.

https://www.noreserveclassics.com/ve...uring-restomod

Just do not understand why some of the cars listed in their website have the selling price, and for some cars they are asking to call for price.

Anybody could give some inputs on a reasonable price for this camaro based on the listed mods.

Thanks in advance.
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It was for sale for $83K at one time.

https://www.hotrodhotline.com/forsal...listing/156891
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Nice find Jody. That's true investigating.

This shop is like 15 min away from me. I could spend my kids college fund in that place.
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It was for sale for $83K at one time.

https://www.hotrodhotline.com/forsal...listing/156891
Yes you are right, I remember it was listed at Streetside Classics but with less upgrades.
It has good more carbon fiber components.
I have been watching auctions at Bringatrailer.com, and it seems like most of the pro touring camaros there get sold at prices based on buyers tastes.
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I have received a reply from the dealer, and they are asking for 150-160K. That is crazy. In 2020, the seller was willing to sell it for 75K.
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I have received a reply from the dealer, and they are asking for 150-160K. That is crazy. In 2020, the seller was willing to sell it for 75K.
Google Image search.. I always use it for online purchases
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$75k was precovid pricing, 1st gen Camaros have gone up in price considerably since. Iíd say realistically this is a $125k car all day long especially if the paint is show quality. If the car had an aftermarket frame instead of the ridetech stuff Iíd say this would be a $150k+ car then. But thatís my $.02
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$75k was precovid pricing, 1st gen Camaros have gone up in price considerably since. Iíd say realistically this is a $125k car all day long especially if the paint is show quality. If the car had an aftermarket frame instead of the ridetech stuff Iíd say this would be a $150k+ car then. But thatís my $.02
Thanks for the valuable input. Well appreciated.
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I don't remember the last time they let people drive there cars on the track at Daytona especially at the speed of 150mph,

other than that its a nice car,
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