Interested to see if it brings its asking price....wouldn't surprise me these days

565bbchevy

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If it’s been stored properly and has all documentation there is no reason it doesn’t get 24k or even more, more meaning in this market.

There have been uber low mile SS’s(typically an 87’ Aero or 87-88’s) crossing 30k and that was 5-10 years ago, the last 1-2 years prices/inflation whatever the reason they’ve shot up.
I agree, it might be how he is getting it out there for people to know it is for sale, usually someone posts those kind of listings and it seems no one heard of this until now.
 
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DRIVEN

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$4K roller
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$1600, complete, engine locked up

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$7500, roof damage

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$7500

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$6800...4.8 swap

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$8700 roller..caged, Moser M9 rear

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All of these are within 150 miles of me. None are creampuffs, but a lot better than the car in the original post at $7K, IMO
Much more reasonable.

I know that it's been touched on previously in different parts of the forum, but it seems like certain Gbodys are more common on various regions of the US than others. For the PNW I see more Cutlass and El Caminos than anything else, followed by Monte Carlos and Regals. For some reason, 2dr Malibus just aren't very common here and they're really the only Gbody I've ever wanted. Maybe someday.
 
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Ribbedroof

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Kind of a rarity to see that many Malibus in this area for sale at one time. Usually availability is the Cutlass, Regal. Monte, then Malibu and GP, followed by almost never Lemans/Grand Am. Has been the case since the mid-80s when I moved to TX, then OK.

I always kind of deduced that the Malibu sold better east of the Mississippi river than west, based on numbers on the market
 

ck80

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Much more reasonable.

I know that it's been touched on previously in different parts of the forum, but it seems like certain Gbodys are more common on various regions of the US than others. For the PNW I see more Cutlass and El Caminos than anything else, followed by Monte Carlos and Regals. For some reason, 2dr Malibus just aren't very common here and they're really the only Gbody I've ever wanted. Maybe someday.
I'm on the hunt for a v6 Canadian built 87 Supreme in factory "teal" and a full non-split bench seat..... again, maybe someday..
 

64nailhead

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I wish as prices go up so did after market support for parts
Depends on the model. I can buy just about everything for the '84 MCSS. My son's previous '80 Cutlass was a different story. And if you have a wagon, then forget about it.
 
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64nailhead

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Just listed local to me. $4500 seems much more reasonable for something rust free.
 
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64nailhead

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Includes snow tires.... does he think the person buying it will be driving it in the snow? SMDH
I just went to look - ouch. Won't pass inspection unless you fiund a lick'm and stick'm - rear frame has holes. But that doesn't stop most around here lol. The interior would make for a good donor.
 
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