Is This Third-Gen Worth $45,000?

Published On March 10, 2017 |

The $45,000 Third-Gen Camaro

While scrolling the ‘web on a lazy Friday morning we found a beautiful Third-Gen Camaro for sale on Craigslist, which is nothing out of the ordinary. What’s out of the ordinary about this car is the asking price of $45,000. You read that correct, a whopping forty-five thousand dollars. Not $4500.

The prices of Third-Gen Camaros have definitely gone up over the last few years. They are still a popular car and can be easily upgraded into a drag car, Pro Touring or even show car. Due to their availability and low price, they have been getting bought and the price has been going up.

This example has been redone from top to bottom. The ad reads:

Completely restored by Schwartz Performance, comes with a rebuilt 1st gen 350 Small Block Chevy bored out to 355ci. Complete with World Products iron heads, Holley carburetor, Hooker stainless steel headers & Y Pipe, and custom stainless exhaust with Magnaflow muffler.
-Rebuilt 700r4 transmission
-Painted Santorini Blue professionally
QA1 Double Adjustable coilovers (Front)
-Custom Schwartz Performance control arms/panhard bar, Viking Double Adjustable shocks (Rear)
Baer 14″ 6 Piston Calipers all around
Weld Racing S77B wheels, 18×9.5 Front and 18×12 rear

Car was built for Autocross and was daily driven occasionally. No rust, solid body. Never seen salt.
Featured in countless magazines (Chevy High Performance, Throttle Gals)
Has 42xx miles since restoration was completed in 2014.

While that’s a ton of go-fast goodies, does it still demand the $45,000 price tag? You decide. Here’s a link to the Craigslist ad.

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Tim King is the Editor and Co-Founder of Late Model Garage.

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