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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old Jan 16th, 20, 4:08 PM Thread Starter
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67 SS convertible

"Has rebuilt engine and transmission that needs to be rebuilt"?
Is it worth $25K?
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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old Jan 16th, 20, 4:44 PM
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Ahh...nope.

I've spent most of my money on women and guns.The rest I just wasted...
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SO wrong and damaging and disrespectful to put the hood inside the car. What else on this car was treated like that?

No way is that a 25K car.
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post #4 of 17 (permalink) Old Jan 17th, 20, 3:28 PM
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Re: 67 SS convertible

There's a lot more questions to ask before you'd pay $25k. But I'll bet he gets close.

It needs bumpers, a new top, an engine, transmission, seats (? How would you know?), etc.

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post #5 of 17 (permalink) Old Jan 19th, 20, 6:48 PM
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Re: 67 SS convertible

How much does it cost to buy a top notch, completed 1967 Super Sport convertible?

How much does it cost to restore a 1967 Chevelle Super Sport Convertible to top notch condition?

From there the math and therefor the decision is pretty straight forward.

Unless you love the project aspect of the hobby in which case it may not matter as much.

There was a very sharp 1967 Chevelle conv for sale on Craigslist here until yesterday. The add expired. White paint, red interior, 383 small block, I think a 5 speed. Really nice car. Was asking $32k.

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IMO, $50-60 k plus your car and maybe 3 years of dealing of “well, we’ll work on your car when we’re caught up, just send checks”

Chevelle SS convertibles seem to be at the top of the world right now, asking $ 50 to $ 75 k.

CL car might be worth $ 10 k (rust free northern car ? Haha) but I’ll bet he’ll get $ 20 k.
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Re: 67 SS convertible

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How much does it cost to restore a 1967 Chevelle Super Sport Convertible to top notch condition?
Doing 99% of the work yourself $30k

Doing approx half the work yourself $55k/$60k

Doing no work yourself $125k

Plus the original cost of the vehicle
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Doing 99% of the work yourself $30k

Doing approx half the work yourself $55k/$60k

Doing no work yourself $125k

Plus the original cost of the vehicle
Can you even buy the parts for a frame off restoration for $30k?

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Hell no, he would be lucky to get 10-12. Sorry but its a need everything. Minor but the badge is in the wrong location
These cars are simply not bringing what they did. This would have to be a BJ quality one when done to make it worthwhile and that is dicey

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post #10 of 17 (permalink) Old Jan 19th, 20, 10:03 PM
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Yes for under 30, almost complete.
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I know this is not an SS, but unless your doing a 100% stock restoration, who cares?
A junk SS for $25k firm or this one for $32k obo. Seems like a no brainer to me

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I know this is not an SS, but unless your doing a 100% stock restoration, who cares?

A junk SS for $25k firm or this one for $32k obo. Seems like a no brainer to me



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I get what you are saying and agree with you. But most guys care about the 6 vs 8. Have ever had someone degrade your car at a show "because it's just a Malibu"?

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I get what you are saying and agree with you. But most guys care about the 6 vs 8. Have ever had someone degrade your car at a show "because it's just a Malibu"?

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The hell with what they say. Its your money going into it. To me the vin numbers mean nothing but a higher price. Thats great if you already had one for years bought at a respectable price. But I like these cars for the style and bodylines, which are the same,SS or not. Thats what catches my eye, even to those number guys you mention, it was the car that had them come and check it out in the first place. Not the vin number. That is unless its for sale and a way overpriced clone, I can understand the nit picking.
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I get what you are saying and agree with you. But most guys care about the 6 vs 8. Have ever had someone degrade your car at a show "because it's just a Malibu"?

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What kind of an A-hole would degrade someone elseís car because itís not an SS?
I could see being upset if someone tried to pass off a tribute car as a true SS but in this case it states itís a tribute.
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The hell with what they say. Its your money going into it. To me the vin numbers mean nothing but a higher price. Thats great if you already had one for years bought at a respectable price. But I like these cars for the style and bodylines, which are the same,SS or not. Thats what catches my eye, even to those number guys you mention, it was the car that had them come and check it out in the first place. Not the vin number. That is unless its for sale and a way overpriced clone, I can understand the nit picking.
No disagreement with anything you said. Just pointing out that for the average guy, NOT THE CHEVELLE ENTHUSIASTS, numbers seem to matter.

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