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10-02-2004 07:22 PM
M&M CUSTOM In my honest opinion, those items are a part of the car.
They should be included in any transaction the car goes through.
Leave 'em in the car, and adjust the price of the car if you wish.

Neither of those items will do much for bringing you very much in $$ returns by themselves, and the protect-o-plate was considered to be a permanent part of the ownership of the car.
10-02-2004 01:01 PM
302 Z28 IMO, not much. If the car is clean and original that will sell it. But then again, it is a 69 Camaro and they are in high demand.

10-02-2004 10:37 AM
Jim Fall

I'm selling my '69 camaro convertible & need to know how much value having the protect-o-plate & owners manual add.

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