how much should i sell my 1967 chevelle ss for car

Asked by May 31, 2012 at 06:32 PM about the 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

new paint new craigers new carpet no rust red white interior power steering power windows tires good year eagle 2s 90% all new stainless bumpers and emblems

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Your sitting ,on a Gold Mine!! You Need to contact,a malibu club,and check current prices-assuming,Yours is a genuine SS-396( ALL- SS"s 66-67,were 396"s)...If it has a small block, It is a fake,,or has the WRONG-ENGINE installed..Tons,of fakes,out there-just saying...

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they go for between $18,000 and $25,000 depending how much is original ,like they didn't have stainless bumpers they were chromed steel. and the rims. got any pictures?

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those guys r full of crap if its a plain jane 67 30-40 in mint and if its a 396 50-65

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