1973 Camaro Type LT value

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  1. 77camarottop

    77camarottop Veteran Member

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    I know pics are really needed to get a real value but if you guys can offer an opinion without them that would be great as I don't have any photos of car.


    1973 LT, auto, 350 245HP 4 barrel carb. numbers match.

    3 owner car, current owner since 94. 40K original miles, numbers car.

    Dark Blue color 26 paint, original paint and sheet metal, zero rust, few minor door dings but still looks very good, few chips that are small. original black vinyl top in excellent condition. all chrome and badges and bumpers look very good.

    original black vinyl interior in near mint shape, i really did not find a flaw. no mods. trunk is perfect with spare and jack and original trunk mat, even has insulation around speaker.

    rally wheels with bf goodrich tires, newer dual exhaust. still has points dist., logs, orig. carb. etc.

    engine original and engine bay is very good, all there, even air cleaner and charcoal canister, every thing looks real good, just needs minor detailing.

    i looked it over for about an hour, underneath is very solid. i really did not find any issues around the car and it drove near perfect. its in spectacular original shape, not perfect but very well cared for original shape.

    thanks for any and all opinions. there is not a sale price on the car right now and he knows what he has, looking to get a fair market value.

    in cincy ohio.
     
  2. 351maverick

    351maverick full time Ebay seller/hustler/car killer

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    man a car like that is the MOST valuable...original is the best!

    sorry I'm not good with a value
     
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    Is it an LT/Z28?
     
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    A 245 hp would be a Z28
     
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    Type LT would be a L48 ....175 hp I believe ....std
     
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    L65 two barrel was standard on the Type lt model in 73 .as stated in op a 245 hp numbers match
     
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    73 Z Veteran Member Gold Member

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    gotta get some pics of that
     

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