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Camino LS6

Way cool project!

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That would look good put back in Marina blue...with the 67 SS hood and a period corect 396 under the hood.

Chris

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The car is numbers matching, and very rare.

An SS in everything but name.

How much do you think it will be worth? $5k? If it was in southern states I would have seriously thought of getting one. But CA is way too far.

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How much do you think it will be worth? $5k? If it was in southern states I would have seriously thought of getting one. But CA is way too far.

Even with a home restoration, it is easily worth high teens.

As it sits, 5k would be a good deal.

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Finished up at $6700.

Buddy of mine heavily into Chevelles (he tracked down his father's '67 SS convert and he bought it back- resto almost done) says this is worth a solid $25-30K as a restored non-SS, but maybe more.

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I'd say the 30K figure would be closer to correct if nicely done....

Chris

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Oh, I agree on those higher figures for the car properly done.

A great find for someone, wish it could have been me.

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Ditto, although if I ever get a Camino I want a 64 or a 65. I remember ehwn these cars were cheap...back in the early 1990's when I had just gotten my Mustang fastback, I remember seeing a black big block 67 El-Camino with a red interior and a factory big block for like $4100, and it was very, very clean.

I also had a chance to buy a 57 Ranchero for $6500 and a 59 El-Camino for about 4k IIRC...Ranchero was yellow and white....the 59 was black also...had a later 350 in it...

Sometimes I feel so stupid for the cars I never bought...

It's never too late to have a lifetime of regret for the cars you never owned, methinks.

Chris

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