What is it Worth? - 2000 z28. What's it worth?




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KyleW707
07-30-2012, 01:37 PM
Figured I'd get the most responses in the section as I always do, feel free to move it if need be. Anyways,.I found a 2000 z28 camaro 166k miles on chassis, 70k on new engine with receipts. No mods, except borla exhaust and the 10 spoke ss wheels. Guy is selling for $3500 because he says the transmission is slipping. Car has no dents, good paint, ttops, leather interior. What do yall think this car would be worth after fixing the transmission?


marc97taws6
07-30-2012, 02:07 PM
In a KBB sense, not a whole lot due to miles on the body. In an owner's sense, if it drives like new and looks like new - they are likely going to be willing to pay a little bit more for it

riceburnerZ28
07-30-2012, 02:20 PM
I guess the price is reasonable considering the dying trans and body mileage. If your willing to spend the money fixing the trans and there no other issues with the car go for it.


KyleW707
07-30-2012, 02:33 PM
Well my dad owns a shop, back in my hometown. He said I pay for the rebuild kit, and he won't charge me labor, so I think I'm gonna do it

pancho toco loco
07-30-2012, 05:05 PM
I'd be willing to pay no more then 3k pending the rest of the vehicles condition

Slowcar51190
07-30-2012, 09:36 PM
Figured I'd get the most responses in the section as I always do, feel free to move it if need be. Anyways,.I found a 2000 z28 camaro 166k miles on chassis, 70k on new engine with receipts. No mods, except borla exhaust and the 10 spoke ss wheels. Guy is selling for $3500 because he says the transmission is slipping. Car has no dents, good paint, ttops, leather interior. What do yall think this car would be worth after fixing the transmission?

In a KBB sense, not a whole lot due to miles on the body. In an owner's sense, if it drives like new and looks like new - they are likely going to be willing to pay a little bit more for it


i mean not comming off like a dick but you would have to check with your Insurance. the only problem with KBB is that say theres a car with 130,000 and another car with 200,000 it will read the same price.. i would just check with the insurance first... Plus you will have to get a new/rebuilt transmisson amd they dont come cheep