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    I'm with Nate about the nomad.

    I NEED more GTV in my life!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedpimp View Post
    That Blazer must be the rare Gateway Edition.
    Well played, sir.

    Price REDUCED Rare find 1969 VW Bug Rust Free Garaged - $9900





    1983 Isuzu Pup 4x4 pickup diesel - $5000



    1976 Buick Apollo - $21500







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    How to turn two cars I'd ordinarily considering purchasing into a frankencar I don't even want to look at.
    This might be just one car, but it sure reminds me of the Cormad/Novette.

    1946 Chevrolet - $30000



    And speaking of Nomads and Corvettes...

    1957 Chevroler Bel Air Nomad 2 door wagon - $49500



    1964 Oldsmobile Starfire Convertible LOW Miles - $34525





    1986 DODGE D50 4WD PICKUP pristine cond. - $7500 (Athens, TX)



    1969 Chevy k-20 2WD custom original service style toolbox bed - $5900





    1972 International Pickup Step Side - $4700 (Albuquerque NM)






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    That is one eclectic mix, George!

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    In honor of Kch, today's theme is: Camaros under $10K

    1992 Chevrolet Camaro RS 25th anniversary edition - $2500



    This is obviously my price range.

    But still a decent car: it's an 25th Anniversary car with a one-year Purple Haze paint and the optional 305 cube V8 over the standard V6. A good street/strip base for a Sloppy Mechanics-style LM4/turbo swap (but keep your original drivetrain & rims in storage). Or carb'd big block w/. a tunnel ram. Either way.


    1994 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe - $3000



    Surprisingly cheap LT1 car! My favorite 4th gen body style, too.

    These 4th gen Camaro interiors are terrible -- dash plastics and vent plastics are just straight SnapTite model plastic. I test drove a few before buying my '96 Trans Am back in the day and they made the Pontiac plastics feel plush. Wouldn't keep me out, I'm just sayin' know what you're getting into.

    First year of the Tremec T-56 six-speed transmission too. Almost the entire value of the car can be recouped right there.


    2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 - $6995



    Catfish! Last year of the LS1 4th-gen F-bodies. Probably the best deal listed in my area today for a street/strip car: LS1/4L60E automatic combo.

    The problem (near to me, at least) is that a decent LS1/T-56 six-speed car is just plain expensive for what it is. People (non-road racing people, mind you) just want 'em for hooligan business.


    1980 Camaro Z-28 - $7800



    This one is for Nate -- the almighty LM1 350 V8 & Borg-Warner four-speed! Good odds that it's all numbers-matching.

    Try rolling this land yacht around PittRace, son!

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    Be tough with those parachutes on the front.

    One of my first events, I think the first time I was on the big track, I gridded next to this gnarly early 70s Camaro, sounded amazing.

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    It's funny how torn I am on that car: on one hand, if it's a number-matching 350/four-speed Z28 then it's a candidate for restoration/survival.

    On the other hand, 190 horsepower.
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    "How do Americans get so few horsepower out of so many litres?" -All Brits

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    Also, as I have bad taste, I'm really smitten with that Purple Haze RS -- because of course I am.

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    Granted, I'm not up on Camero specs and costs, but an asking price of $3000 for that '94 seems too cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by novicius View Post
    In honor of Kch, today's theme is: Camaros under $10k
    Hmm. I had no idea late model Camaros were this inexpensive. Here are just a few of several in this price range on the Denver CL today.

    Too bad they suck in the snow and don't have four doors. Otherwise, I'd love to grow a mullet and slide Foghat's Greatest Hits into the 8-track player for some Saturday night cruisin'. I got to drive an '82 Z28 automatic a bit back in the summer of '87 and thought it was magnificent, but of course I owned a Beetle then, so anything felt like a rocket ship by comparison - even my parents' Dodge station wagon with a slant 6.

    1996 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 105k miles, manual - $6499



    1996 Camaro Z28 six speed - $3000



    1994 Chevy Camaro Z28 - $3600



    1995 Camaro Z28 39,200 Miles! - $7500


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