71 & 72 rollers, what are they worth?


Veteran Member
Sep 7, 2006
The lower rear quarters have the normal rust as well as the tail pan and floor pans, not huge but there are holes so those places would either need replaced or patched.
The yellow one has the best front fenders and doors plus has new floor pans laying in the floor now.

If were to redo either one of these, I would reskin the doors, new front fenders, new tail pan, new rear quarter quarters, and floor pans. Pretty much what I did to my 73.
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New Member
Mar 14, 2014
Chickasha Oklahoma
Camaro doc steered me to this forum and these cars I'm interested, shoot me a PM and your phone number. I'm in Chickasha so it looks like a road trip might be in my future. T Cooper, everyone just calls me "coop"


LS Swapped 1971 Camaro
Oct 31, 2004
I paid $1200 for my rolling chassis minus the engine, interior, doors and front cap..basically a shell. But I got a clear title

I wouldn't think $1500-1800 each without a title wouldn't be out of line, especially if they are complete on the inside.

I just hope the new owner doesn't dump a wad of cash into either car before getting a title:eek:
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