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Cannot believe Mitch has not sprinted over and acquired this unique, somewhat roughed up Vehicle.

It has Soooooo, much potential.

Seriously though, WOW, other than the title, vin and body plates, what is left?

I realize that title and plates can add substantially to pricing on the older stuff, however this one is a stretch for me.

I try not to pop off on this stuff usually but other that engine, trans I don't think there is even much left to crush.headscratch

 

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If it brings that much what does that mean for pricing on complete drivable cars?



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Link?



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thumbsupJust type in camaro on craigs list mpls.
Not trained yet in the "Link" technology.



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thumbsupJust type in camaro on craigs list mpls.
Not trained yet in the "Link" technology.



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minneapolis.craigslist.org/csw/cto/d/maynard-1969-camaro-x44-car-all-tags/7355542194.html




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Being 1969 is not my favorite year, I'm not well schooled on the '69 "X" designations, but the X codes do indicate certain models of SS and Z/28 builds.
Yep, that looks like a "rebody" candidate and someone will buy it to restore. The cars, like this one, that are being dragged out of fields and barns and the prices being paid are insane right now.
Not just the tags and clear title, but original drivetrain components are the big attractions for X affectionadoes.

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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Agree on the re-body.
Lift the tags, remove remains (shell, including front stub) attach vin and body tags to different shell.

Mitch, my favorite Camaro is the 67 like yours due to it having vent windows.
I had a 68, Kelly green, white hockey stick stripe, was hammered in rear, never did fix it, just drove the h**l out of it.
Small block 3 speed on floor.
Taught Vickie how to drive a manual tranny on it.

It prepared her for the Biscaynebeers
Sold it when the clutch was starting to wear out.thumbsup

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I saw the listing, but didn't bother to look past the first picture.

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I had a '69 250/3speed on floor in the early 80's. Not much better than this one. When the gas tank fell off, I put it in the trunk. Once the front of the leaf springs were taking the place of the rear seat, I scrapped it.

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Mitch D.   River Falls, WI

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