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A 68, 74, 78, 80, 82, 84, 85.
I buy cheap, make repairs and then sell, so I'm wondering what I will find next. I'm going to look at a 69 today but nothing set in stone.
The 2 main things are, little to no rust and a good drive train with at least a 350, (learned my lesson on that one!!)
Any bets on what I get? Bonus points if you guess the right color!!!
Donny
 

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Go for an 88, they are RARE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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Maybe I should have said (help me find my next one!!!)
If you see a steal of a deal I'll do a finders fee!!!:nanawrench:
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I say an '80! Last year without a computer.

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Get a 4th gen!
 

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hey gator! how the heck ya been???



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where ya been?

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My attorney has asked me not to say...:secret:
 

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Hey Donny,

My '72 SS is still for sale. Everyone keeps telling me its underpriced but after 2 months I am beginning to suspect the "conventional wisdom" is flawed. Its almost to the point where the rust buckets and barn finds are bringing better prices than a documented SS.

Let me know if you need someone to check out anything down here in San Antonio for you. Am much more knowedgeable about 2nd/3rd Gens than 4th/5th but as a former car show judge, I can usually spot a fake SS from a mile away (hint: neon pink color could be a red flag).

Good luck with your search.
Fred
 
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