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How much does a 98 z28 sell for?

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    How much does a 98 z28 sell for?

    Hi. I'm new here.
    I'm looking at buying a 98 z28, t-tops, 6sp, 33,000miles, ram air, special exhaust, all power, leather, never seen snow or rain.
    What would be a fair price for this car?
    Or should I ask; If you had this car how much would you be able to sell it for?

    Thanks

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    what do u mean by ram air? is it a true ss? makes a few k diff in price if it is ..if its not an ss id say about 11 or 12k ..if it is 2k more

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    Any car is only worth what somebody is willing to pay for it....I have a stock '98 loaded Z-28 with 108k miles that has a very good drivetrain and average interior condition that is for sale for 6K smack-a-roonies.....now, a Camaro like you described that's in "show" condition I would guesstimate to be around 15K bucks......but I haven't been shopping around for nice used Camaros' so there's always the probable chance that I'm way off.

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    Try to verify the mileage in some manner-maintenance logs-title search some kind of paperwork showing the mileage through the years. A car like that should have some kind of paperwork backing it up. It would make it worth more than others of that same year. Then look at blue book values-because that's probably what it will be insured for. If it gets stolen you would have a gap in the value of the bluebook verses what you paid for it. Just throwing some ideas out there.

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