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- Oct 14, 2008
Nope, still cheap as dirt here. Hard to pay big bucks up here for a car that can be drove from March through October.
Got offered $20K for my El Camino the other day. I'm not tempted.https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2019/01/23/25-hottest-collector-vehicles-winter-2019
While we’re talking about El Caminos, the 1978–87 generation made the largest jump of any vehicle in the Top 25. Fueled by increased insurance activity and a rise in HPG values, the fifth-gen El Camino gained 25 points and leaped from 270th into a tie for 24th with 80 points. Newton wonders if it might be “because more people are starting to look at these as collectible rather than just used-up old pickups.” I knew the old girl had it in her.
Got offered $20K for my El Camino the other day. I'm not tempted.
Your Camino looks worth that much and more. My neighbor bought an 84 two tone (brown & tan), bone stock camino with a push dent in the tailgate for $8500 about five years ago. He told me, "I probably paid too much but I don't know anything about fixing cars, it was in good shape and I have always wanted a camino." Hard to argue with that.
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