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1965 Chevrolet Chevelle – $1500

’67 Chevelle pulled from storage

Recently auctioned for $1500 on eBay

This ’65 Chevelle was recently pulled out of a storage locker after sitting for a few decades. A lot of it has been stripped in anticipation of restoration, but then the project got put on the back burner and got tucked away with lots of other junk in this storage bin. There were a smattering of parts that were in the trunk, but you know that’s only a fraction of what this Chevy needs to get put back together again. Read more on 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle – $1500…

1963 Corvette Convertible – $14,000

’63 Corvette Stingray, 327 cid 4 speed

Recently Sold for $14,000 on eBay

You could sort of call this Corvette a “barn find” but certainly not a “survivor”. This 1963 Stingray has been sitting in storage as you see it in these photos since 1978. No history on why it was gutted so long ago and then stored, but maybe even then the owners foresaw what these Corvettes would fetch at auction. Read more on 1963 Corvette Convertible – $14,000…

1964 Corvette Convertible – $6,300

’64 Corvette – Can it be salvaged?

Recently Sold for $6300 on eBay

Here’s another classic Corvette that’s finally been given a chance at a new life. This 1964 Corvette has been sitting for years and years. It’s been wrecked in the front, but the body from the cowl back is still in good shape. Front clip obviously has been long gone. The frame unfortunately was damaged, but could be repaired in all likelihood. VIN numbers match between body and frame, although the original drive train is no longer there. Daytona Blue was the original color with blue interior.

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1967 Mustang Convertible 390GT – $5000

’67 Ford Mustang “S” code 390

Recently Sold for $5000

I understand this is a rare car, but someone paid $5,000 for this hacked up shell??? Really? It’s missing all the floor pans, both rear quarter skins, the entire trunk floor. You almost wonder if the person who bought it just want the VIN to transfer over to a convertible in better shape. Definitely not legal, but this VIN could boost a nice plane-jane Mustang convertible more than $5,000 in value probably. Hopefully that’s not what happened and this rusted Mustang is on it’s way to a full restoration.

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1962 Corvette Convertible – $6,100

’62 Corvette Needs Help

Recently Sold for $6100 on eBay

If you aren’t current on Corvette prices you might take a look at the $6100 sale price on this one and wonder what the buyer was thinking to offer that much. But these 1st generation (C1) Corvettes go for so much money that the buyer probably thought it was a deal just to get the body and frame. The 1962 Corvette was the last of the C1 cars and is definitely in high demand.

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1956 Ford Thunderbird for $4,999

Classic 1956 T-bird Convertible

Sold recently on eBay for $4999

Someone got a good deal on this ’56 Thunderbird. You don’t usually see the popular Classic 1955-1957 Tbirds as project cars like this. What a great little 2 seater roadster to fix up.

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1967 Chevrolet Camaro – $750

Totally Stripped ’67 Camaro

Recently Sold for $750 on eBay

The selling price might sound like a steal at first, but the buyer didn’t get much for his money on this 1967 Camaro for sale on eBay. It’s basically just a shell; no interior, no engine, no transmission, no gauges, no windshield, no grill or bumpers. Actually there were a few extra parts tossed in the back of a pickup truck that came with the auctioned Camaro, but not a lot useful there.

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