Pricing for 1977 Chevy Cobra Conversion Van

Asked by Nov 14, 2013 at 12:09 PM about the Chevrolet Chevy Van

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I am looking to buy this van but wanted to know a general ball park price since craigslist has different prices for every type and style.

It only has 60,000 original miles, it runs and suprisingly works pretty well. Mechanic said no detrimental problems but regular maintenance to bring it up to speed.

it has all the ammenities like stove, bathroom, furnace, sinks, fridge, but not sure if they even work yet.

lots of cosmetic work needed but as long as it isnt mechanical i am fine with that.

they are asking around $2,000, obviously i am going to bargain but what would be a reasonable rate for all elements.

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$1000-$1800 is book value. Like I mentioned in your other post, you will probably be thousands of dollars more over the years to get the truck up to nice condition. If mechanically it is sound, and you want it, go for it. But be prepared for the unexpected to break once you start driving it.

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