$34,000 1981 Camaro?

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  1. COPO

    COPO Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I see the blue round Canada Export decal on the inside of the door. Probably shipped to British Columbia.
     
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    What's my point? If you have to ask that, I want some of what you're smoking. Tell ya what -- if you think this car is worth $34 grand, how about you buy it. And as to the 2nd gen Trans Am pricing you mention, only the rarest and most desireable '70-'74 Trans Am's are even close to this price range, unless you are willing to pay the retarded $$ asked by a certain Florida car dealer that resells '77-'78 Trans Am special editions as the 'Bandit' TAs. 2nd gen Trans Ams around here don't sell once the price point goes over about $9-10K. After that, they sit on Craigslist forever.
     
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    The last good TA to grab is a 74 SD 455 4-spd. The 75+, forget it.
     
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    I have no idea how much that car is worth. However, If it's truly an unrestored car, it's in pretty amazing condition & is probably worth more than I would think it would be anyway.
     
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    Not for that price they won't and yes...it does.:screwup:
    Comparing car values of pre 73 and post 73 is apples and oranges.
     
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    Regarding post #1, way too high and somewhat fishy. But these cars in general continue to rise. I see really nice stock 80-81s go $15,000+ at auctions (not BJ). Good solid cleans ones are around $10,000. I'd not use CL as a pricing guide. I don't think people spending $15,000+ on old cars are not buying off CL.

    this one is old, 2009. high bid $40k - 40 mile car. Definitely a weird outlier
    http://www.mecum.com/auctions/lot_detail.cfm?LOT_ID=CH1009-85407
     
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    I hope he gets it. It just makes our cars worth more right?
     

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