1977 Z28 value

Discussion in '1977 Z28' started by RSRon, Jun 6, 2012.

  1. RSRon

    RSRon New Member

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    After ordering a new 77 Z in 1977. I am itching to get another.
    looking at one now, 1977 painted red now but was brown, all other options are correct, 4sp car, build sheet, invoice, second owner.
    paint faded, interior needs tlc but car is all there, no rust.
    Any input appreciated
     

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  2. COPO

    COPO Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Haha, I also ordered one in 77 and wish I had kept it. I ran into a dead end on my DMV trace in '85.

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    87 auctions found that match your search
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  3. axlefoley

    axlefoley Veteran Member

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    here is one that sold at auction last year, this is a low end car
    http://www.mecum.com/auctions/lot_detail.cfm?LOT_ID=SC0511-106163
    here is a high end one
    http://www.mecum.com/auctions/lot_detail.cfm?LOT_ID=FL0112-120263
    and here is collector car market value guide for 1977... i don't know why they don't list the z28, i am guessing it is under the lt pricing... this was the first time i seen them not list a z28, so i can't say for sure this is accurate
    hope this helps you and good luck.
    axle
    http://collectorcarmarket.com/menus/ccmprcs/77chcaro.html
     
  4. axlefoley

    axlefoley Veteran Member

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    it looks to be accurate under the lt by what copo dug up for you, the only difference is collector car lists their cars on a 1 to 5 scale
     
  5. 77_4speed

    77_4speed Member

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    What's the asking price on it?
     
  6. RSRon

    RSRon New Member

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    $8k
    its complete, just needs restore to bring it back, was undercoated and Ziebart, still has all the plugs and coating on. Only missing jack pieces and emission pieces from engine, everything else is there, $6k to restore my estimate. I have a first choice gen 67 RS but these second gen seem to have a ceiling on how they can go. Just don't want to get too upside down on the project
    more input from anyone
     
  7. Z28PILOT

    Z28PILOT Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Once owned a brown 77Z with the GM blue engine and Z28 decal on the aircleaner when it was about 2 years old, 4spd M21 3:73. Loved the car. Easy to maintain, handled wonderful . Beautiful car. Would be nice to see this one back in met. brown . Several years ago Looked at a brown 77Z28 with less than 5K on it !! mega bucks.
     
  8. RSRon

    RSRon New Member

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    What's it worth now by my description?
     
  9. 77_4speed

    77_4speed Member

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    It just so happens I'm selling MY '77 Z on here and I'm always looking around on Ebay etc. to see what they go for. It's pretty sad actually. Someone up around San Francisco had an absolutely mint, super low-mileage original black 4-speed car (no A/C) for around $10K. To me, that's mind-boggling!! Geez, what was the original sticker price for them back in '77!?! Maybe it has something to do with the fact they still need to be smogged (here in CA at least)

    On the other hand, you could say that '77 Z's are the biggest bang for the buck out there. BTW, I keep hearing that 77's run the M21 4-speed. Aren't they all Super T-10's??
     
  10. RSRon

    RSRon New Member

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    Yes T10 Borg Warner
    No air car would have sold for $5500 approx
     

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