|01-08-2008, 12:13 AM||#1|
Drives: 1997 Ford
Join Date: May 2007
How hard is it. . .
to find a first, second, or third generation Camaro/Firebird one can actually afford?
Or trade for?
(Hah--I will trade photograpy work if I could find anybody willing to take me up on it. But alas, former newspaper photographers do not make much money.)
Seriously, I'm finding it harder and hard to wait until the new Camaro comes out, and I've never owned a Camaro.
|01-08-2008, 12:16 AM||#2|
Drives: 2006 Cobalt, 2004 Taurus wagon
Join Date: Oct 2007
Late second gens and pretty much all third gens are really affordable in So Cal. 72 and lower are the expensive ones.
|01-08-2008, 01:46 AM||#3|
Drives: 2014 ZL1 #705
Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: SA, Texas
I wouldn't even think about finding a 1st Gen. 2nd Gen? They are out there...just not as hard to find as 1st Gens. They still hard to find, though!
3rd Gens...wouldn't know. Never searched for them for sale.
4th Gens? There are still a lot out there...best time to look is at the beginning of winter...when a lot of the Camaros are put up for the winter season...people are making payments on them and are also paying INS on them... That's how I got mine for a steal. But yeah...lots of 4th Gens out there. And, you can find some deals....just remember...a 4th Gen that is too good to be true (like really low price) probably is. There's a lot of ragged out 4th Gens out there...for really cheap.
|01-08-2008, 06:14 AM||#4|
ritired suthern gentlman
Drives: nothing now
Join Date: Sep 2007
For some reason, a 3rd gen Camaro costs about the same as it's contemporary Corvette (C4). I would choose a TPI Corvette over a ragged 3rd gen Camaro any day.
|01-09-2008, 03:14 AM||#5|
Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: West Michigan
1st GEN Dam near impossible…
2nd GEN 70-73 Very Difficult,
2nd GEN 74 Difficult
2nd GEN 75-81 getting harder by the minute…
3rd GEN Not to hard but growing in popularity.
4th GEN A dime a dozen… And you can usually find a low miles Z or SS at reasonable prices.
It comes down to how much you want to spend. The higher up the list the higher the price…
Who cares about the Blue Oval crowd and their little Ponys? We're getting our Camaro back-and it'll be Supercharged!-MDAII
|10-13-2010, 08:58 PM||#6|
Drives: Like leaving a bank robbery
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Greatest Country in the world.
That's what she said!
Speed is a substitute for clearance.
|10-14-2010, 12:03 AM||#8|
The Krazzy bytch
first gens you can find but you can get a 5th gen for the same price
2nd gen lol I have one for sale lol.
3rd gens are right about from under 1k to about 5k depending on how nice it is.
4th gens are a few k to up to about 15k now.
as for corvettes you cant touch a c1 or c2 (just like the 1st gen camaros)
c3s you can get pretty cheap sometimes under 10k
c4s run for about5k-about 15
c5 still run around 15-25
c5 you can get for about 30k
Heart breaks everyday when you cant take care of your family because you are unemployed, cant give your family what you want or what they need
I am not a man I have boobies.
Cars are like women, If you treat her rough shes going to complain & you will hear about it. If you treat her right she will purrrrrrrrrrrrr
Current cars owned , 72 Skylark vert,86 fiero GT Sold , 87 Iroc-z, 90 Vette Vert SOLD , 95 Z28, 99 Silverado K1500, 2010 CGM Camaro 2ss/rs (had to sell & I hate it ) ,2012 Cruze LT
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