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Discussion in 'Camaros for Sale' started by budro6968, Feb 21, 2020.
I'm not at all up on the late '70's second gens but if the car were complete and a decent 20 footer rust free original would that even command $11,900 (I'm presuming US)? I'm thinking not.
Looking at that car just made my day. If that one is worth $11,900, then I have a $30,000 1979 Camaro !!!! Man I feel great. LOL
Drugs are bad...
Here's my two favorite lines:
"VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): Unknown too old"
"I'm not sure if it's a Z28, Irac-Z, RS or what it is."
ah yes, the rarest of all camaros, the maybe z28 iroc rs 1979 with no title
people are stupid
Thanks for posting. Been wanting to know the value of my 79...
It's in the exact same stage of disassembly
It's a real Z28
It has a title
Interior is more "together"
All my parts are in One location
I'm thinkin, based on this example mine would be worth 13K if I decide to go that route.
Good info here to have. Thanks again.
I know the car is not an "Irac", but I'm thinking that is the seller's actual location.
That is the best analogy. Mine was listed as a 78. Turns out it is an 81. I knew something was weird when I tried to put my old 78 Z Drive shaft in. Too short and the universal was too small. Only paid 3800.00 plus 900.00 shipping. Oh well it will be worth way more when I finally get done. Even if I part it out. LOL.....