Chevrolet Camaro 1967-2002 - Looking at Rebuilt 1976 327
11-06-2011, 04:13 PM
Looking at this car this week. Looks nice and clean. I don't know much about the older ones, but this dash looks after market? Whats a good price for this no more then 8200?
11-06-2011, 05:27 PM
Front end looks a little high...327 wasn't stock for that year car...and spelling isn't at the top of his list :)
1976 (2nd Gen) are coming into their own since 1st Gens are getting way out of most peoples range.
$ Cash talks. All comes down to how bad you want it Vs. how bad he wants to sell it.
11-06-2011, 06:49 PM
Ya u noticed the front end. Probably due to the lighter motor. Id have to put a lowering kit on it. Also think I would go with the craiger wheels.
11-06-2011, 06:58 PM
The car looks not to bad but the price is a little high, like the front end. Weird maybe it had a big block in it before with b.b. springs, because a 327 weighs the same as a 350 or even a 400. If you like that body style, even though they aren't selling for much still try to get him down as your resale if you ever want to is still limited at these days. Although they will appreciate in the next few years but not like the first Gen. Stiil has exhaust manifolds too, limits what a 327 likes to do, REV.:D
11-07-2011, 09:16 AM
it's clean, but it's also a 76. nothing wrong with a 2nd gen, just not worth what he is asking in my opinion. Is it a type LT? my buddy has an all original 79 Z/28 with less than 70k original miles, and he paid less than that asking price a few years back.
11-11-2011, 12:16 PM
looks clean, but dont they all in pics. the 70 -73 second gens are the next camaro to start bringing good money, i think or hope. thats why i built one after i finished the 68. the later second gens will come around eventually , i think. but this guy thinks they are already. if u look around there are clean 75-81s at a much better price than 9500.00. good luck!
11-11-2011, 03:36 PM
We all like different types of cars so individual choice, if you like it cool, just don't pay to much as they will take some time to appreciate. Remember resale matters, how many keep it FOREVER as we think we will. So the 327 takes away from what it is worth as original condition #'s matching.
11-11-2011, 07:15 PM
That price is far too high. I sold a resto-modded 77 Type LT with a Vortec 4.8 conversion a couple of years ago for $7500. You should be able to talk this guy down, if not, just wait a few weeks for it to not sell and try again!
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