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  1. #1
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    Default 1967 Chevelle Malibu Pro touring - Whats it worth?

    Hey guys, I have 67 malibu that I have turned into a pro touring machine. It has come time for me to sell the vehicle and move onto the next project. I have tried selling locally but not much luck so I figure I am probably high on my asking price. I was hoping people in the Pro Touring community with knowledge of what goes into these cars could chime in on what they think it is worth. Here is some info on the car:

    First off I am located in Calgary Alberta Canada.

    All body panels on the vehicle are original and there is no rust. Body is straight. The car was repainted about 25 years ago by the second owner. I am the documented 4th owner of the vehicle and was recently contacted by the 2nd owner of the car and can provide contact info for him to verify the story. The car is out of saskatchewan. There are 55,000 original miles on the clock.

    Here is a list of the mods:

    Engine:

    454 BBC bored to 468
    Edelbrock Performer RPM Heads - oval port
    Edelbrock performer RPM intake
    Holley 850 Double Pumper carb
    MSD HEI w/ 6AL box
    Jet coated 1 7/8" to 3" headers
    Balanced Rotating assembly
    Hydraulic Roller cam
    Full roller rockers
    Fluidamper balancer
    Electric Oil Cooler
    Electric Griffin Fan set up
    ARP fasteners throughout
    Lokar Throttle cable and bracket as well as transmission TV cable.

    Transmission:
    Art Carr built 200-4R
    2200 Stall transmission
    4" aluminum balance drive shaft
    Transmission oil cooler

    Rear End:
    Auburn Posi unit with 3.73: 1 rear gears
    Moser axels


    Suspension:
    CPP Tubular Front Lower Control Arms
    SC&C adjustable upper control arms
    Extra long ball joints upper and lower
    Hotchkis front and rear lowering springs
    Hotchkis front and rear sway bars
    Hotcgkis lowering springs
    Hotchkis tuned bilstein shocks front and rear
    Hotchkis Boxed rear lower traling arms
    Edelbrock spherical rear adjustable upper trailing arms

    Steering and Brakes:
    Lee 670 Power steering box - 12.5:1 quick ratio box
    Hydroboost brake set up
    SSBC front disk brake conversion.

    Wheels Cragar SS 15" with new BFG rubber.

    This car is in excellent shape and will run 12.5's at 108-109 at the 1/4 mile drag strip in calgary and rides beautifully. The stance is wicked!

    I have run out of parts to buy for the car, it is fully set up with all kinks worker out of it. You have to see it to appreciate it.

    Let me know what you think it is worth. I cant figure out how to upload photos so here is where it is listed for sale.

    http://calgary.kijiji.ca/c-ViewAd?Ad...4-42a9ffff41c5



  2. #2
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    No responses? Anyone with an idea.

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    I looked at evil bay and craplist, that car runs between 8000 to 15,000 if you want more I say keep it longer
    Rodney Prouty
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    I'm not a Real Racer but I did spend a night in the Pozzi's motor-home




  4. #4
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    Paint and wheel and tires is killing it.

    17's or 18's would make the car much more desirable to the pro touring market.

    Old good paint is cool, and may be a good sign of a good body, but no one in this market is going to pay extra for that kind of patina.

    What is saw on ebay confirms Rods estimate of $8,000-15,000. Of course thats American dollars, which I believe is close the Canadas now.
    E1971 Camaro 427 in waiting
    1988 IROCZ Pro touring project
    1955 Bel Air, blown BBC street car

  5. #5
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    Thanks Guys. I guess it is going to be kept in my garage for a while.

  6. #6
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    I agree, no reason to sell in this market, unless you absolutly have too.
    E1971 Camaro 427 in waiting
    1988 IROCZ Pro touring project
    1955 Bel Air, blown BBC street car



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