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This is a discussion on Phase III ZL-1 within the Camaro / SS forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Originally Posted by blackbird0230 Go to the option sheet, all it says is headers, electric cutouts... 24k or something like ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackbird0230 View Post
    Go to the option sheet, all it says is headers, electric cutouts... 24k or something like that.
    ohh ok i see what you are saying..it says including those..not limited too. i think they do that because it is a engine package..but when you think of engine packages you dont think of headers and cutouts..

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    ohh ok i see what you are saying..it says including those..not limited too. i think they do that because it is a engine package..but when you think of engine packages you dont think of headers and cutouts..
    Hell if I'm paying upwards of a hundred grand for a maro, I want every single option listed and the price right next to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lethal Z View Post
    Number 1 don't call me kid or boy you don't know me. Number 2 if you like it so much and its collectible to everybody as you put it, then you buy it and put your money where your mouth is. Since we both know that ain't gonna happen then YOU keep dreaming and in the mean time shut your pie hole.
    Trust me I'm very familiar with this car and would love to have it but I ain't gonna give $75K for it. There are way, way to many other cars I can think of I'd much rather have for the money then a ZL1 camaro. On top of that I know how I am, there ain't no way I could let a car like that just sit. I would have to drive it which would kill its value right off the bat. So for me bad investment, different strokes for different folks.
    Alright KID listen here, no way in any form did I say i plan to purchase this and even if I did I actually could put my money where my mouth is unlike you. So go on and enjoy your day cause no one wants to hear about your careless opinions on this car

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    Very neat car with some heavy heritage behind it. Hard to compare the price now,,,and comparing it to other Z28's just wouldn't be the same considering it's lineage.
    You would have to compare this to real 69 ZL1 camaro's, or even the Baldwin Motion stuff is of the same caliber. These cars if real and documented can fetch 6 figures even in a downed economy. Hell even the clones cost more than this particular cars asking price. Even the cast iron COPO's bring more money. For the youngins,,,that's the cast iron 427's made in 69 (some 67-68's before the COPO ordeal)

    Maybe that will help put it in perspective for some of you,,,or maybe not. Guess you had to be there.

    Just too hard to say if this car will bring the attention and money of it's forefathers. We'd have to wait another 30 years. I'm pretty certain it won't bring the money a 69 ZL1 will, ever,,,,,but I'm betting it will bring more than this asking price in another 10-15 years.

    I like it,,,,but honestly I'm not THAT much of a fan of 4th gens. But there are those out there who are. If I had $80k to blow on a car I'd look for something vintage from the 60's personally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakez28 View Post
    Alright KID listen here, no way in any form did I say i plan to purchase this and even if I did I actually could put my money where my mouth is unlike you. So go on and enjoy your day cause no one wants to hear about your careless opinions on this car
    So in other words, you can't afford it but even if you could you would?????

    Do you realize how stupid you sound? I mean really, please tell me your kidding. How old are you? Does your mama know your on the computer? You do realize this is america right? You know here in this country we can actually have a difference of opinion. You don't like that then I really don't give a d@mn. I hope it keeps you up at night.

    I don't doubt that its collectible, but not to me and certainly not at that price. I could win the lottery tomorrow and I still wouldn't buy it. There are way to many other cars I can think of that I would much rather have than a ZL1 camaro. Furthermore im not a collector and I don't have collector money, you either for that matter which further makes your comments even more stupid. You cannot drive a car like that, and for me that would be a total waste and totally goes against my idea of buying a supercar. Got it? Now get real, get a life and get lost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    Very neat car with some heavy heritage behind it. Hard to compare the price now,,,and comparing it to other Z28's just wouldn't be the same considering it's lineage.
    You would have to compare this to real 69 ZL1 camaro's, or even the Baldwin Motion stuff is of the same caliber. These cars if real and documented can fetch 6 figures even in a downed economy. Hell even the clones cost more than this particular cars asking price. Even the cast iron COPO's bring more money. For the youngins,,,that's the cast iron 427's made in 69 (some 67-68's before the COPO ordeal)

    Maybe that will help put it in perspective for some of you,,,or maybe not. Guess you had to be there.

    Just too hard to say if this car will bring the attention and money of it's forefathers. We'd have to wait another 30 years. I'm pretty certain it won't bring the money a 69 ZL1 will, ever,,,,,but I'm betting it will bring more than this asking price in another 10-15 years.

    I like it,,,,but honestly I'm not THAT much of a fan of 4th gens. But there are those out there who are. If I had $80k to blow on a car I'd look for something vintage from the 60's personally.
    those 69 zl1s are truely amazing..both in the price they fetch and just overall. i personally think all these limited edition models just arent the same as the bergers and yenkos etc of the late 60s.

    i wish i could be like you in the late 60s..you know... collecting SSI and having all the free time in the world to dream over those cars

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    those 69 zl1s are truely amazing..both in the price they fetch and just overall. i personally think all these limited edition models just arent the same as the bergers and yenkos etc of the late 60s.

    i wish i could be like you in the late 60s..you know... collecting SSI and having all the free time in the world to dream over those cars
    You are right, these newer versions just aren't the same as the Bergers, Motions, COPO's and Yenkos of the 60's. Which is why I don't think they will ever fetch those prices even after 30 years go by.
    But I like the effort, and the heritage they stand for.

    You are a funny man Shady

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    You are right, these newer versions just aren't the same as the Bergers, Motions, COPO's and Yenkos of the 60's. Which is why I don't think they will ever fetch those prices even after 30 years go by.
    But I like the effort, and the heritage they stand for.

    You are a funny man Shady
    thank you sir

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    Honestly, I think they will fetch a VERY good price 20-30 yrs from now. Maybe not as much as the 60's, but def respectable none the less.
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