HOW MUCH IS A 1969 Z-28 CAMARO WORTH ?
HOW MUCH 1969 Z-28 CAMARO WORTH
not anywhere near enough info...engine/trans/numbers matching...5-100 grand.... > http://www.oldride.com/library/1969_chevrolet_camaro.html
Depends on condition, mileage, how original it is, options, history, How desperate you are to sell it. Original documents such as build sheet. Look around the web, Ebay, Camaro forums, etc. Look at Hemmings. Bring it to shows and see what kind of offers you get. As mentioned give us more data.
yep...thats what i said.
THE CAR HAS ALL MATCHING NUMBERS THAT IS WHY I TOOK IT APART TO CONFIRM THIS IT IS IN NEED OF A PAINT JOB I ALSO HAVE A LOT OF ORIGINAL PARTS STILL IN THE BOXES PURCHASED BACK IN 1970 THE CAR 44,000 ORIGINAL MILES ON IT. THE BODY IS STILL ON THE CAR IN EXCELLENT SHAPE THERE IS NO REASON TO TAKE IT OFF BECAUSE EVERY THING IS IN GREAT CONDITION ,LIKE I SAID IT DOES HAVE THE ORIGINAL DZ 302 WITH THE 202 HEADS AND MUNCIE ROCK CRUSHER TRANNY . THERE ARE SOME ORIGINAL PARTS MISSING BUT THEY ARE MINOR ONES THAT CAN STILL BE PURCHASED I HAVE HAD THIS CAR SINCE 1972 AND PURCHASED FROM THE ORIGINAL OWNER THE FIRST OWNER ORDER IT SPECIAL FOR HIM SELF THEN DIED IN F_ _ _ _ _N VIETNAM ,I AM NOT IN A HURRY TO SELL IT BUR FOR THE RIGHT PRICE I WOULD THAT'S WHY I AM TRYING TO FIND OUT WHAT IT'S WORTH .
A '69 had a 302? ok- I'll take your word for it- it is a collector car that needs to be restored- it will fetch whatever someone is willing to pay- an auction would net you the max unless you want to take your time- start at whatever you are willing to take and go down from there- there is no "blue book" on a machine like this-
do you or your parents realize that , other than a seat belt, this car has none of the current safety devises.... air bags, antilock brakes, collision avoidance.....
I bought mine new in 1969. Daytona yellow black stripes and mine had a special interior white seats and door panels with black dash and carpet. Never ever saw another one like it. It also had the RS option and ram air hood. I had it for 17 yrs and sold it for $10000. Everything was original! All numbers matching protectors plate. Window sticker $4068 bill of sale all documents complete. I should have got more than I did but that was a long time ago. I still stay in touch with the current owner.
yes a 1969 camaro had a 302 V8, it was called the 1969 Z-28.so if your 67-69 camaro has a 302 in it, its a Z-28 model