1970 SS L34 Numbers Matching Worth???

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  1. CamarosRus

    CamarosRus Veteran Member

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    Dont make me show THE Picture of me holding a 70-72 BB Fan Shroud
     
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    Only if you wear one of those really cool shirts! Ha!!!

    I was told a fellow in Albany bought the car.
     
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    Here I will help you out chuck. I will post my pictures of a original big block fan shroud. IMAG0370.jpg IMAG0369.jpg IMAG0364.jpg
     
  4. 70 SS/L78

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    Interesting... my L78 came from Albany. Same color combo as the car you were talking about.
    Did seller say how much he got for it?
     
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    No final price was disclosed.
     
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    STRANGE, so less than 4 months later the new buyer from Albany area is trying to flip it or decided it was going to cost to much to restore?? However it's a complete car with all the big ticket items, including the impossible to find radiator & fan shroud!
    Definitely a twin or brother to my L78.
    Price is still way to high, IMHO.. I had a hard time selling my survivor L34 car with no rust for $18K 7 years ago.

    https://newjersey.craigslist.org/cto/d/troy-1970-camaro-ss-speed/6901176253.html
     
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    Tom, what did this sell for? I can't remember.
     
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    Sold for somewhere around 16k...looks like a flip to me.
     
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    Or he got some extra pieces and then found out the cost to restore, and is seeing if he can get out with a little money in his pocket, I like how he doesn't mention the engine condition.
     

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