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Re: Cars are cheaper in the South
« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2017 - 11:44:09 pm »
Are you a flipper?
Auto spell I'm tired of your shirt
The above is just my opinion
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Re: Cars are cheaper in the South
« Reply #2 on: June 17, 2017 - 12:47:03 am »
Are you a flipper?

no, just addicted to auto classifieds since a teen.
But did flip cars in the seventies out of my driveway.
Could buy any muscle car cheap due to gas crises.
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Up to 4000 RPM, Warp Speed, Up to 5000, Rediculous Speed, Up to 6000 RPM, Ludicrous Speed!

1999 Trans Am, LS1, heads, cam, headers, stall, etc! Love to surprise the rice rockets with this one. They seem so confident, then it's "what the heck just happened?"


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Re: Cars are cheaper in the South
« Reply #3 on: June 17, 2017 - 10:19:24 am »
What would a logical price be for that car? :clueless:

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Re: Cars are cheaper in the South
« Reply #4 on: June 17, 2017 - 10:55:59 am »
Dudes got a Tude ... 3-pictures n don't want to many questions .... SHEESH   Probably a little steep for a Hot Rod. 
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Re: Cars are cheaper in the South
« Reply #5 on: June 17, 2017 - 12:44:58 pm »
What would a logical price be for that car? :clueless:

Logical, and what people are asking, are two very different things.
On west coast, would be asking $30,000.
72 Cuda, owned 25 years. 496, with ported Stage VI heads, .625 in solid roller, 254/258 at .050, 3500 stall, 3.91 rear. 850 Holley DP, Reverse manual valve body.
Up to 4000 RPM, Warp Speed, Up to 5000, Rediculous Speed, Up to 6000 RPM, Ludicrous Speed!

1999 Trans Am, LS1, heads, cam, headers, stall, etc! Love to surprise the rice rockets with this one. They seem so confident, then it's "what the heck just happened?"

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Re: Cars are cheaper in the South
« Reply #6 on: June 17, 2017 - 02:23:11 pm »
30k seems high for a NOM RS with no title, spent 90% of my life in Cali, seems to me the price for this car is spot on.  I know u have a lot of love for camaros Bob, and this is a nice enough looking car, I'd say 20k is fair, especially with the shabby looking engine bay surrounding the shiny motor, and who knows what the interior looks like
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Re: Cars are cheaper in the South
« Reply #7 on: June 17, 2017 - 03:59:13 pm »
30k seems high for a NOM RS with no title, spent 90% of my life in Cali, seems to me the price for this car is spot on.  I know u have a lot of love for camaros Bob, and this is a nice enough looking car, I'd say 20k is fair, especially with the shabby looking engine bay surrounding the shiny motor, and who knows what the interior looks like

grew up in so cal.  no, no special love for Camaros.  Just giving my opinion.
72 Cuda, owned 25 years. 496, with ported Stage VI heads, .625 in solid roller, 254/258 at .050, 3500 stall, 3.91 rear. 850 Holley DP, Reverse manual valve body.
Up to 4000 RPM, Warp Speed, Up to 5000, Rediculous Speed, Up to 6000 RPM, Ludicrous Speed!

1999 Trans Am, LS1, heads, cam, headers, stall, etc! Love to surprise the rice rockets with this one. They seem so confident, then it's "what the heck just happened?"

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Up to 4000 RPM, Warp Speed, Up to 5000, Rediculous Speed, Up to 6000 RPM, Ludicrous Speed!

1999 Trans Am, LS1, heads, cam, headers, stall, etc! Love to surprise the rice rockets with this one. They seem so confident, then it's "what the heck just happened?"

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Re: Cars are cheaper in the South
« Reply #9 on: June 17, 2017 - 11:57:13 pm »
southern cars have more rust issues.

You wouldn't think cars were cheaper if you knew what I had into just purchasing my 70 barracuda from Fairhope, AL.  Way over paid.  But it had that fender tag combo I had been looking for.   
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