What is my 1967 Camaro SS worth?
Condition is everything and the determining factor along with options.
Nobody wants those old things, but I'll take it off your hands for $3001...
All original with matching number good condition 10,000.00 up to 25,0000.00 if its is really good condition
I bought it new in December of 1966 & am first owner. Got married out of high school when I was 18 years old (big mistake) Then husband traded it off in 1970 for a Road Runner behind my back. Back then you didn't have to sign your life away when doing this. This was on a weekend, so I had to wait for the dealership to open on Monday to find out who bought it. Someone in a nearby town 30 miles away did.So I drove there looking up and down all of the streets and alleys. Someone called the police on me when I was looking in garage windows. I explained the situation to the officer. He told me that the young man who bought it left for the military service driving it. 30 years later and a not the same husband, I found it. It had been used as a drag car, then for a parts car & was painted a different color. Mu now husband and I were able to buy it back & we are restoring it to original color and etc.
Thank you Ken, but I'm keeping it.
Look at similar cars in Hemming's Motor News for an idea of what others are asking. Keeping the car 100% original will be your best bet for the highest value.
Worth more with matching numbers original parts on a restoration and if they were sold off you have lots of hunting to do. Otherwise go custom resto-mod.
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