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Author Topic:   Thinking of selling how much do I ask?
jdukes74
Member
posted December 13, 2001 03:22 PM
I built a 79 camaro for street stock late in the year last year and I really would like to get rid of it and build a mini. anybody care to tell me what its worth. no pics sorry.
afco springs, afco shocks , stock steering and brakes, homemade cage , absolutely perfect frame, perfect skin (raced 4 times),
10 bolt rear, i'm keepin my tranny and motor. I ran it at MILAN&BARGERTON TN. under the number J2. i'm fairly new so i just don't know what to ask!


hesseracing
Member
posted December 13, 2001 04:16 PM
hey j, call me at 931 905 0163 i might have a friend that might be interested in the car. i race at clarksville so were not far from you. he built a camaro then sold it to me nt long afterwards when he moved. now he's back and wants to build a camaro again. later scott
hesseracing@aol.com


jdukes74
Member
posted December 14, 2001 07:26 AM
Thanks scott I'll call.
Anybody got an idea what kind of money I should be lookin at?


dirtracer17
Member
posted December 14, 2001 08:15 AM
How To Figure Out The Price of a Stock Car 101:

Step 1: Add up all you've spent on the car.

Step 2: Multiply that number by 70%

Step 3: Divide that number in half.

Step 4: Cross your fingers and hope somebody will give you 80% of that.

Step 5: Realize racecars are very poor investments.

Good luck, I started a new car and am having zero luck selling the old one. Usually, people looking to get into racing just don't understand how much stock cars cost.

jdukes74
Member
posted December 14, 2001 09:57 AM
Ball park thats all I am saying I would just like to get an idea where to start. By the way I went to Bargerton with a 5.88 and turned 6200 rpms. I would say thats the gear for a super or mod. maybe a little more for street.


Scoot
Member
posted December 14, 2001 10:33 PM
Western how much for your old car? Street Stock?

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Scoot


WesternAuto17
Member
posted December 17, 2001 08:43 AM
quote:
Originally posted by Scoot:
Western how much for your old car? Street Stock?


I want $800 for it. Its a good first car, but it needs a litle work. And, yes, its a street stock.

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