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post #16 of 43 (permalink) Old Jun 7th, 19, 5:06 AM
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Re: Original Owner 67 SS

Nice car, but awfully strong asking price. 55K tops IMO...
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post #17 of 43 (permalink) Old Jun 7th, 19, 5:26 AM
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Nice car, but awfully strong asking price. 55K tops IMO...
I can buy a frame-off restored 67SS convertible for that price

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post #18 of 43 (permalink) Old Jun 7th, 19, 6:27 AM
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Here is the ebay listing. If all the missing pieces were on the car including the exhaust I think it would be worth over 100k. I seen and original 66 SS one owner sell at auction for over 100k.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/1967-Chevro...YAAOSw5R5c-TfD
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Great car, great story!!!

Mostly Camaros and Chevelles and a double nickel
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post #20 of 43 (permalink) Old Jun 7th, 19, 7:11 AM
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Very nice 67. At first I thought the price was kind of steep. But after thinking about it if every claim is true it most likely will sell easily at the asking price.
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post #21 of 43 (permalink) Old Jun 7th, 19, 8:13 AM
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Amazing condition. Really cool car. That's a lot of cheddar tho.
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post #22 of 43 (permalink) Old Jun 7th, 19, 8:15 AM
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Heres a crazy thought. Looks like he paid $3800 for it. If he gets his $80K, that would of bought 21 cars of the same back then!
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Here is another crazy thought If he gets his $80K he will have enough to buy a brand new Chevrolet performance car Corvette/Camaro and if he wheels and deals he will have enough left over for a few tanks of high test gasoline.
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Can a high performance Corvette be bought for 80K?

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post #25 of 43 (permalink) Old Jun 7th, 19, 9:43 AM
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Heres a crazy thought. Looks like he paid $3800 for it. If he gets his $80K, that would of bought 21 cars of the same back then!
And if he invested it in the stock market instead of buying the car, it would be worth about $250,000 as a very rough guess.
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post #26 of 43 (permalink) Old Jun 7th, 19, 12:35 PM
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And if he invested it in the stock market instead of buying the car, it would be worth about $250,000 as a very rough guess.
That's probably true for a lot of us but I think it would be pretty tough to wheel a stock certificate down the road. On the other hand, most of the cars we might have bought at that price certainly did not appreciate like money invested in stocks. Take your pick!
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Here is another crazy thought If he gets his $80K he will have enough to buy a brand new Chevrolet performance car Corvette/Camaro and if he wheels and deals he will have enough left over for a few tanks of high test gasoline.

If I were him I'd rather drive my original '67 SS!

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Original air cleaner gone and gas lines, heater hoses look redneck.
I could have all that corrected in a couple hours one Saturday afternoon! The only challenge would be finding a correct numbered and dated L34 Holley for it.

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He's asking a rare car price and they made almost 60,000 of these.
They only built a little over 17K L34's across all body styles including Elcamino's. It's most likely an M21 as well. So not your garden variety 67 SS, especially in that original condition. True survivor cars are routinely proven to be worth two to five times what a comparable (from a cosmetic appearance standpoint) restored car is worth. The multiplier is driven by rarity of the options.

With that said, this car is a little overpriced as it sits, but if someone did the under-hood corrections mentioned above and detailed it correctly under the hood and under the chassis, installed correct floor mats, an NOS trunk mat, etc., etc., that price would be about right.

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Unless it had HD cooling or A/C it wouldn't have a shroud. It is missing the finger guard, however.
Correct. Shroud also came with CA smog, but not applicable to this car. The finger guard is broken off, you can see the mounting legs still on top the radiator in one pic.
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Re: Original Owner 67 SS

Here certainly arenít many original non restored 350 HP Ď67ís out there.

It will be interesting to see if it sells at that price.

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post #30 of 43 (permalink) Old Jun 10th, 19, 7:59 AM
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Re: Original Owner 67 SS

They brought the price down on Ebay from $80k to $69k.

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