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hi guys im new to this site and i love the camaro but there mad expensive now a days im trying to find a camaro project to work on with my dad but i look all over and couldn't find one do you guys know any good websites to find camaros 1966-1973? or might now some one selling one?

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You could not afford a 66 Camaro if you could find one. They started them in 67 sorry I couldn't help myself.

I would look on racing junk and maybe hot rod hotline good luck looking and welcome to Hotrodders.

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Please be aware that we do not allow "buy-sell-swap" discussions on of BB. We have a classified section where you can post up what you are looking for or what you have to sell. As long as you keep this discussion confined to WHERE you can post or find classifieds on the web the topic is ok.

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thxs mike and ill try that ill try anything at this moment really want a camaro to work on and keep lol
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hi guys im new to this site and i love the camaro but there mad expensive now a days im trying to find a camaro project to work on with my dad but i look all over and couldn't find one do you guys know any good websites to find camaros 1966-1973? or might now some one selling one?
Check this site out-
http://www.nastyz28.com/forum/index.php

All 2nd Gen stuff
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I want to give you some advice. I have been there..

I sold my 67 camaro project not so long ago.. Running and driving but needing a heck of a lot of body work. I am talking roof skin, quarters, tail, floor pans. etc!
I sold mine for $55oo. I could have got more! I was not looking to rip any body off.. Even though I had over $8000 in it. I paid to much for the car I bought originally.

If you look.. You will find some really nice done camaros for around $8000.
That seems so high! I know you are looking to pay half that maybe. But you will get less than you paid for! You are so better off paying more for a better car than buying a cheaper project that will break you in the end.
I saw a tubed 68 with really nice paint and z28 stripes on the side of the road the other day. I nearly ran off the road when I saw $7000 on the windshield.
What a diferance a few grand can make.
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I want to give you some advice. I have been there..

I sold my 67 camaro project not so long ago.. Running and driving but needing a heck of a lot of body work. I am talking roof skin, quarters, tail, floor pans. etc!
I sold mine for $55oo. I could have got more! I was not looking to rip any body off.. Even though I had over $8000 in it. I paid to much for the car I bought originally.

If you look.. You will find some really nice done camaros for around $8000.
That seems so high! I know you are looking to pay half that maybe. But you will get less than you paid for! You are so better off paying more for a better car than buying a cheaper project that will break you in the end.
I saw a tubed 68 with really nice paint and z28 stripes on the side of the road the other day. I nearly ran off the road when I saw $7000 on the windshield.
What a diferance a few grand can make.
thxs for the adivce ill try and work some extra hours to make more so i can at least have a descent camaro in good shape
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[QUOTE=weirdbeard]I want to give you some advice. I have been there..

I sold my 67 camaro project not so long ago.. Running and driving but needing a heck of a lot of body work. I am talking roof skin, quarters, tail, floor pans. etc!
I sold mine for $55oo. I could have got more! I was not looking to rip any body off.. Even though I had over $8000 in it. I paid to much for the car I bought originally.

If you look.. You will find some really nice done camaros for around $8000.
That seems so high! I know you are looking to pay half that maybe. But you will get less than you paid for! You are so better off paying more for a better car than buying a cheaper project that will break you in the end.
I saw a tubed 68 with really nice paint and z28 stripes on the side of the road the other day. I nearly ran off the road when I saw $7000 on the windshield.

Holy cow! Where do you find done 67/68/69 camaros done for 8K? In my area a shell will sell for 3500 to 4500.
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Holy cow! Where do you find done 67/68/69 camaros done for 8K? In my area a shell will sell for 3500 to 4500.
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I guess I should have driven mine up there to sell it! I have always wanted to see Oregon.
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I guess I should have driven mine up there to sell it! I have always wanted to see Oregon.
You should have! A guy in my area has been buying and selling them for year's,I was at his house this weekend getting a subframe for my 68, and he has, 3,67's,2,68's and 1,69 now all done, he gets 17 to 19k on a regular basis.

They are not Show quality by any means,but nicely done, with fresh everything.
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