RE: '70 Camaro for sale

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  1. TX78Z28

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    guys I know $8k would buy the car. I "think" $7500 would...and you get all the interior parts and more.
     
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    Well keep me in line for the sway bar then if it changes.
     
  3. Id be interested in the rear sway bar. My 72 RS 10 bolt rear didnt come with one. All I have are empty holes.Pm me or email @ jdbetker@drytel.net
     
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    nice car but...money is tight everywhere and the car market is down, specially for one that looks to be race only
     
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    sorry guys.....again no parts...its car and all... or nothing.

    the car does come with a clean TX title. it could be made into a street/strip car w/o too much trouble. Again.....to me the big selling point on this car is its body....and since Dynacorn isn't making 2nd gens yet.....

    He may take less for it......if anyone is curious enough to contact him to discuss it and try to do something on it, if they're interested. Never know if you don't try.
    http://www.nastyz28.com/forum/classifieds/showproduct.php?product=4049&sort=1&cat=15&page=1


    If he had put it up for sale last year when I bought my LY6 and was preparing to modify and install it and do a chassis upgrade/drop on my '68 GMC....the truck would have stayed like it was (383/350 combo ran/drove great) and I'd have put my carb'd LY6 in my new '70 Camaro.

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    its been a while....just thought I'd check again to see if anyone was interested in this. someone did contact him...then didn't follow up. :bowtie:
     
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    more pics......and he's taking offers....
    he really needs to sell this guys so someone has the opportunity to buy a SOLID 2nd gen at a great price....but don't expect him to give it away.


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    still 4 sale.....he says it needs to go...ACCEPTING OFFERS!
     
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    I can't believe it but he's still got it. Price is negotiable. Someone's going to get a steal....
     
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    I'd think if there was a real desire to sell, there would be more pics, and maybe some recent ones of it out in the sun (with the sun behind the camera person).

    A quick search on techniques for taking pics of a car might help.

    It looks really solid, but a roller race look with a pretty sparse interior priced at 10k? I'm not surprised there aren't many takers. You lose a lot of buyers with what the car is and a few more due to presentation.

    This is just my impression. I'm terrible at selling things...
     

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