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Q: Current Retail Price of '69 Camaro Rally Sport Z/28 ( Answered,   3 Comments )
Subject: Current Retail Price of '69 Camaro Rally Sport Z/28
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: diva8-ga
List Price: $5.00
Posted: 30 Jul 2002 01:38 PDT
Expires: 29 Aug 2002 01:38 PDT
Question ID: 46785
Price of '69 Chevrolet Camaro Rally Sport Z/28, DZ302 engine, all
original with 49,000 actual miles, new paint, M21, 411 12-bolt posi.
Excellent condition. All serial numbers match.
Subject: Re: Current Retail Price of '69 Camaro Rally Sport Z/28
Answered By: till-ga on 30 Jul 2002 02:35 PDT
Prices for oldtimers certainly vary because of the different
conditions the cars are in.  You may find the following offers at the
auction site helpful. By reading the descriptions
of the offers you may be able to compare the cars to the one you want
to sell.
These offers will probably change to higher values, I provide the
prices at present.

Camaro RS from ’68 at  $ 7.155 

Camaro RS from ’72 at $ 4.000

Camaro RS from ’71 at $ 5.900

Camaro RS from ’69 at $ 12.669 (finished auction)

Camaro from ’67 at $ 6.600

Camaro from ’69 at $ 5.500

Camaro RS from 67’ at $ 5.500

Camaro RS from 68’ at $ 14.100

Camaro RS from 67’ at $ 6.500

Camaro RS from 67’ at $ 7.600

All sources from:
Ebay auctions
( )

Search strategy:
I visited 
(  )
and used “camaro rs” as search terms.

Subject: Re: Current Retail Price of '69 Camaro Rally Sport Z/28
From: wengland-ga on 30 Jul 2002 15:18 PDT seems to have a good selection of 1969
Camaros.  A quick review shows:

$29,000 - Z/28, 302 DZ block, factory color and components, positrack.

$29,900 - Z28, DZ302 4speed, blue and white

$23,900 - Z-28, DZ302, unrestored.

So, I'd say $22 to $30K depending on condition.  Yours sounds like
it's more in the $30K range.

A note on car valuations - currently, this is a good time to sell.  A
lot of people with a pile of money have pulled it out of the stock
market and are investing in collectible cars.  Prices are going up

Hope that helps!
Subject: Re: Current Retail Price of '69 Camaro Rally Sport Z/28
From: jsquared-ga on 30 Jul 2002 21:55 PDT
The Ebay suggestion is quite good, and one I use for researching the
value of merchandise.  But to get a more accurate view of what an item
is worth on Ebay or any other auction site, search through completed
auctions.  By doing this, you can see what the item actually sold for,
instead of a current bid which will often go higher at the last
minute.  Also, when you see a price on Ebay, make sure there is a bid
for the item.  I say this because if a car has a price of $25,000 on
Ebay but there was no bids, then your chances of actually getting
$25,000 for the item on Ebay are much slimmer.
Subject: Re: Current Retail Price of '69 Camaro Rally Sport Z/28
From: insideinfo-ga on 01 Aug 2002 18:08 PDT
I like using ebay for getting values of items also. I had an antiques
appraisal firm do some work on some items and they even used it for
some pieces to gauge value. But for collector cars I think it returns
low values. Also the cars there seem suspect as many are rough
restorations that the owners through together to make some money.
People bid accordingly and don't think the world of the cars on there.
I would use a better site to get a good value. I would suggest:

(Down left side see "values")

or have an auction company talk to you about value:

They can broker it for you also.

If this car is as nice as it sounds just dont throw it on Ebay and
hope for the best. Those auctions always seem to go low to me unless
you do a ton of work on appraisals, certifications, and show standings
etc. And Ebay Motors has raised rates and is kinda spendy now.

Good Luck,


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