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Old 01-09-2008, 02:43 PM   #1
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I have a friend with a dissasembled 1969 Camaro pace car. I recall that it's a NOM BBC car, and that it has an IL rebuilt or salvage title because it was stolen at one point.

It's completely apart, bare tub. It's complete including NOS parts.

What would it be worth? I'm trying to convince him to sell it.
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I have a friend with a dissasembled 1969 Camaro pace car. I recall that it's a NOM BBC car, and that it has an IL rebuilt or salvage title because it was stolen at one point.

It's completely apart, bare tub. It's complete including NOS parts.

What would it be worth? I'm trying to convince him to sell it.
I'm not sure how much this is worth to you, but I did see a 'mint' '69 pace car (vert) for sale not too long ago for 60K

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The title hurts it but restored a BB Pace car is worth 50 to 75K depending on how well it was done,paperwork etc....If its a Z/10 Hardtop then its worth less for sure...
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It's a vert Joel. How much all apart you think $20K?
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If its in nice shape I would try and get it 15 max..
Its gonna cost a ton to redo it.
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If its in nice shape I would try and get it 15 max..
Its gonna cost a ton to redo it.
I totally agree. 15K to 20K as is.
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restored non-numbers car would be $45-50K easily. Unrestored heap of parts maybe $15K tops.
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Thanks guys, I think my buddy still intends to restore it.
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The only 69 PC I would even consider would be one with a L78 but u better have some $$$ for that puppy

If I told u guys what I saw some of these cars selling for in 1980 u would die
How about a LS6 Chevelle for 4K or a 440-6 Cuda for 4500

If I wasnt so stupid I couldve bought 10 cars and just sat on them..Drinking and chasing trim was more important,now I'm old and fat and have no trim or cars

I had some nice ones though
1970 LS5 Chevelle SS (Cortez Silver/Black Stripes)
1971 Z/28 (Daytona Yellow/Black Stripes)
1971 TA 455HO (Lucrene Blue/Black)
1972 LS5 Chevelle SS (This car is a race car now sitting in my buddies trailer)
(M22 car and it was Placier Gold/Black Stripes)
1987 GN

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I sold my 1969 Z/28 for $13,xxx a while ago I wouldn't mind that car back guy probably restored it and flipped it.

My buddy is for sure gonna restore his PC, should be interesting, hopefully I will hang out for parts of the resto.
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I sold my 1969 Z/28 for $13,xxx a while ago I wouldn't mind that car back guy probably restored it and flipped it.

My buddy is for sure gonna restore his PC, should be interesting, hopefully I will hang out for parts of the resto.
That's cool! :thumbup: Would you take pics if he'll allow it? I love those cars!
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69 Z
Wow u made a BIG MISTAKE
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