There are two points worth noting on that car; First it's vin indicates it was a six cylinder car so in my book this was an ideal candidate for customizing. Second, the price is going to reflect the level of detail and quality of work put into the car. That is inarguably a nice car. Now as to this: Sure. Now please understand I'm a Firebird guy who also likes Camaros, so I know Firebirds better, and immedately thought of one specific car, and one type that would rival that example; The specific car i was thinking of was at the Mecum Indy 2020 event; https://www.hotcars.com/1972-pontiac-firebird-455-ho-muscle-cars-never-go-out-of-style/ The circumstance surrounding this cars participation in the event are a bit curious, this is from another forum (these are not my words, but those of three members): But here are two examples of cars that are near that example in price (pictures also attached) that I quickly found via google: Sold for $150k https://www.mecum.com/lots/SC0513-154208/1970-pontiac-trans-am-ram-air-iv/ Sold for $147.5k https://www.mecum.com/lots/FL0114-173913/1970-pontiac-trans-am-ram-air-iv/ I have to believe that there are 70-72 Camaro "halo" cars that get up there too like Z28's, L78-396 cars ect, typically Firebirds go for less than their Chevy counterparts.