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Discussion in '1978 - 1981 Specific' started by Domsrestoration, Jun 12, 2016.
they never charged for seats either ..
At the end of the day, that is definitely interesting, especially seeing that the salesman made a couple dollars off the 'added 4 speed' but what does it all mean. Simply that a car salesman is slimey? Who didn't know that
And maybe the salesman wanted to get rid of the car which is why the original owner didn't have to put a substantial down payment or any trade in value towards the car.
Wait a min, that looks like the car over in camaros for sale for only $8500.
Are you thread bombing ?
Dang man, you didn't show the big bumpers no love...
I wasn't being sarcastic
As an owner of 2 77s, I've gotten used to that. LOL, Just accept it.
no, Id say 7-8K in my opinion, 20k is a barret jackson price, waaay over-inflated. A friend just bought a 71 Chevelle SS 396, beautiful car for 21, to put it into perspective.
A quick note to those who say that all '81 Z's got a 4 speed as standard, as far as I know, cars built for the US got a 305 if you wanted a 4 speed. Canadian cars got carryover '80 spec 350's with the 4 speed, '81 spec 350's with the automatic. If this is a 350 car, it was for Canadian export.
Also keep in mind that the price is in Canadian dollars. Yeah, the reserve is high, especially for a car portrayed as all original, but with a stereo and speakers gacked into the car. It's in good shape, sure, but for that price I would expect a near perfect resto. I was a little "UH, what?" when I saw the plastic master cylinder. I may be wrong, but I thought those didn't come around until a few years later.
81 was the first year for the plastic master cylinder reservoir on Camaros.