1970 Camaro prices

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    1970 gold Veteran Member

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    E17C2139-026F-4945-AF53-04D8639AA797.jpeg What are realistic current prices on 1970 Camaro? 1468D390-4931-4D16-BDBB-5034EE9E4EDC.png
     
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    There is a big variation depending on model and condition. An original L78 fully restored is worth big money. A rusty Sport Coupe with parts missing probably won't sell at any price.
     
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    My car was born a 307 but updated to 350. Original factory A/C car. The block is a 350 from 1970 very close before my build date.
     
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    I think there are alot of variations here...When it comes to restored Z28s/Big Block SS cars (maybe a SBC SS), those are auction cars that will go up and down over the years, but always go up over time. Those cars seem to be in the $50-$75K range. All these other cars that are base models with modifications (other than PT Cars) really depends on the buyer. I have seen people fall in love with rusty junk and will pay good money. A young man here recently paid $4500 for a rusty car with no drive train! I wouldn't even touch car like that. A driver car in really good condition can be anywhere to $10-$25K...I think a restored base model 70 camaro is at tops $25-$30K. The PT cars...those can go for very big buck, but they have many more big bucks invested in them. I think those cars will lead the market in the future. Unless you want a museum piece, I think the PT cars gets the younger crowed vote. I don't ever see 2nd Gens being stupid like 1969s...I just saw a piece of crap sell on Ebay for $9K! I just think the quality of the car actually went down with the 70+ model. Cheap and quick production line work. I will say, (In my own opinion) the color of your car and the vinyl top wont appeal to alot of folks looking for a 70 camaro
     

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