1980 Camaro 4 speed, 1981 z28 4 speed value??

Discussion in 'Camaro Questions' started by dougred, Jun 8, 2010.

  1. dougred

    dougred Veteran Member

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    There were 3025 81z28 350 4 speeds made, all Canadian.
     
  2. MR_Q

    MR_Q Member

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    I thought it was 3800ish? I would like to have the numbers broken down by color and options so that I can claim mine is even rarer, lol. I figure once you factor in the option of T-tops and paint color etc, it would likely start get pretty rare. Plus we have the non computer carb, so our 81s made a touch more power... and I THINK that we also had the 3:42 rear gears with the 4speed instead of the 3:23 that were on the 1980 4spds. Thus, the 81 350-4spd is the best of the late second gen camaros, lol

    I dont really think "rare" means too much yet it terms of value as far as late second gens go. Especially since its not TOO hard to find an 81 350-4spd in Canada.

    I was talking to a guy the other day that actually went to the trouble of importing a 305-4spd 81z from the states.... and it wasnt even all that nice.... Its not really relevant... I just thought it was an odd choice when cars like yours are closer to home.
     
  3. Mottley's79

    Mottley's79 Veteran Member

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    I live outside Saint John, NB on the other side of Canada, and that 81Z would easily list for $12000-$15000 cad, and the 305 4 speed, between $7000-$9000, given that both cars are in exceptional shape and rot free as they both appear. Then again, out here, you cant find a truly rust free 78-81 shell for less than $2500.
     
  4. Z-ROD28

    Z-ROD28 New Member

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    doug do you still have the 81 4speed charcoal gray z28 im interested in buying
     

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