/ Feedback on a 92 Corvette Hatch back coupe? #51
- Oct 19, 2014
- vilonia, arkansas
- Kubota l1501, Z121s
It's all relative, and something is only worth what someone is willing to pay.Because they were overpriced cars that depreciated rapidly!
(my apologies to all you Corvette lovers, but it's kinda true).
You know, back in the late 70s you kinda had to work pretty hard to soup up a car to get 300hp out of it.It's all relative, and something is only worth what someone is willing to pay.
I looked up me and my cousins Cuda we bought in the late 70's to work on together. I believe we paid like 1 grand for it and sold it for 4K and we're tickled pink. That car if sold brand new today, would run you $21,000.
I'm still sick of the thought of selling that 440 6 pack because you will NOT be buying one for 21K even if it looks brand new.
Heck, I looked at my old college car, a 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlas Salon tonight just thinking perhaps I could find one at a reasonable price. Good luck Charlie.
Funny thing though... the 440 6 pack is only a couple tenths of second faster 0-60 than my dads Honda (I almost fell over dead when my son gave me his grandfathers cars rated times LOL). Yes, a Honda. I still have no clue why Honda discontinued their V6 coupe. It was my dads third one he bought as he loved it.
I was given my 70 Nova by my parents after it wore out.My definition of a "Friday night" has changed over the years LOL
That car had me wondering, called my cousin. He said my numbers were inflated from what he remembers.