Just got a 1992 Camaro
As part of an estate. It is a Rally Sport convertible 25th anniversary edition. Runs well needs some body and interior work. NADA lists at $8900, is that a fair value assesment?
That's a fair value for that car
Nada isnt really accurate though but somewhere around there i guess.
i wouldnt give 8900 for a third generation camaro unless it was extremely low miles or a special car like a 1LE or B4C in good condition.
i wouldnt give $8900 for a 3rd gen camaro that needed work. it would need to be mint conidition
Don`t listen to these guy`s my friend.......yes older camaro`s are more apealing but it is still a 25th ani....car.......if it is in good shape it might be worth more. trust me.........I have a 1983 Z-28....book value 500$....but would not let it go under 8 000$........never trust the book value....get your ride aprised you will thank me for it. Cheers.......Frenchie
i agree with steph... i have a 1991 firebird and it says its worth around 2k but i would sell it for around 5K NADA only works for newer cars in my eyes. not the older cars that are worth more to people than what the book says.
i had the best 89 iroc made in mint with 60k miles and i paid $5500. borg warner rear axels, 3.27 rear end, 4 wheel disc brakes, oil cooler all stock. so when people say they wouldnt sell for less than $8k or $9k then jsut dont buy their car. keep looking and buy a better one for less
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