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In the mid 80's this Judge sat in the back of a new car dealership in State College, PA.
The asking price was somewhere around $2500. As cheap as that was, being a college student,
there was no way I could afford it. (The Fairlane next to it was about $1000.)
1970 Chevelle SS 454, 340k mile car, stolen twice, rebuilt twice, laying
dead behind Northeast Chevelle. - Dave O.
THIS 66 CAPRICE IS SITTING ON A FARM IN QUINCY, WA. ITS A 427 CONSOLE AUTOMATIC WITH
CLIMATE CONTROL, P/S, P/W, FACTORY TACH, TILT WITH ROSEWOOD WHEEL. THE SUN IS TAKING
ITS TOLL BUT IT IS VERY RESTORABLE. UNFORTUNATELY,
ITS NOT NOW AND NEVER WILL BE FOR SALE. DAVID S.
66 ss396 hardtop I got the car for $400 from southern New Jersey.
Car is restored now . Anyone know the car? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
This ragtop was in Broomall/Collingdale Pa for years not a SS but someone put a big
block init stripped the paint and then let it sit outside for years. I did try and buy the car before
the bass boat style heavy metal Flake paint was striped and of course it
wasn't for sale. I did buy the car years later for $700 with the fresh big block and tons of parts .
This is a 68 GS 400 I bought for 100 bucks. The 400 engine started after 5 years and the tranny
works to. It is one of the most rusted cars i have ever seen. The last 2 feet of frame rail were sitting
on the ground with the bumper attached to it the back window slowly rotted it self down to the
package shelf and did not break.