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Discussion in 'Original Drivetrain Topic' started by DarrenX33, Aug 8, 2010.
It wasn't very accurate when I sold mine.
I wound up with about sixty out of mine, but that was "trade" credit plus cash for tin soldier, so I guess that could be a skewed number.
On the left side they list car conditions...
#3 cars drive and run well, but might have some incorrect parts.
#4 No major parts are missing, but the wheels could differ from the originals, or the interior might not be stock. A #4 car can also be a deteriorated restoration. "Fair" is the one word that describes a #4 car.
From the descriptions for all the cars I don't think they are ever talking about a non-stock motor (or trans?). They just mention MAJOR "parts"....but usually the more original the better.
1970 Chevrolet Camaro SS
2dr Coupe 8-cyl. 396cid/375hp 4bbl L78
The average value for this vehicle is: $39,806* <--This is a Weighted Average Value
The "weighted average" averages all four condition values for a vehicle, weighing the relative prevalence of each condition “in the wild.” As many more cars are found in condition #3 and #4, these prices are weighed more heavily than the condition #2 and condition #1 values.
L 34/l 78
I have a 4 speed L 34 car and a L 78 number correct i am putting init ,, please let me in .. LOL I dont think the 4.33 gear would let me make it to C-town tho.
What car is the L78 in?? A Camaro?
It would be the rarest version of it....Darren has a nice one....
Here is my Camaro not 100% numbers matching. It is a very mild custom. No truck or trailer cannot drive to Chicago in Nov. How about having some of these shows in the south???
Nice looking car. Crusin the Coast is on the Mississippi coast and is an awesome show. Full week from a Sunday to a Sunday.
Over 7,000 cars registered, about 3x that many show up unregistered.
Covers four cities and several casino's.
Really fun and cool.
Damn, that sounds like a future vacation!