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Old 06-22-2011, 11:36 AM   #1
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Greenwood Camaro

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Can anybody tell me anything about this car? What would it be worth restored? History?
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Old 06-22-2011, 12:00 PM   #2
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Re: Greenwood Camaro

doesnt look anything special to me, looks like it was a conversion to the ragtop so its prolly a dealer special, nothing to big i think.
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Re: Greenwood Camaro

Greenwood made a TON of ugly body kits for C4 Corvettes, so I would assume this is supposed to be the f-body equivalent.

That being said though, it looks like the entire body kit is missing, and with only 200 being built (apparently), good luck finding replacement parts. The 999,999 miles don't help it either. The original drivetrain is gone, and looks like some moron tried to make a convertible out of it as well.

If you COULD find an original documented Greenwood Camaro with low miles, I would guess it could retail somewhere in the $5-10,000 range, depending on documentation and condition.

In the case of this car, I think you could easily spend $10-15,000 on restoration, and it might be worth $3,000 to a handful of people when you're done. Not a good car to restore.

On another note, with the blurry cell phone pix and one line broken English lazy hacker shorthand description, that's one of the worst marketing attempts I've ever seen on eBay motors.
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Re: Greenwood Camaro

i am not gonna wiegh in one way or the other but i am gonna say that is the worst marketing i have ever seen on ebay.

check this thread out: http://www.thirdgen.org/techboard/hi...od-camaro.html
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Re: Greenwood Camaro

Thanks guys for all of your help, I kind of thought it might be a waste of time and money but I just wanted a few slightly more professional opinions.
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