What is it worth ?

Old 11-27-2008, 05:51 PM
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car kind of car you getting Josh ?
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Old 11-27-2008, 06:06 PM
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There was a really nice 67 camaro that had a 496 in it for under 17 on here. He wanted to trade for my dragster so you could give hime a call if you were interested. Its ad 1355001

I was really close to trading him, but its heavier than I wanted. Its 3100lbs.

I am getting a 92 Camaro round tube car that weighs a whopping 1830 lbs with a small block and no driver. I cant afford a big motor so I figured I would just find a really light car. I am trading him roller for roller, but I have a mild little 360 that should run 9.60-9.70 at that weight.

The Malibu does look like a high quality car though. If your like me you would re wire any car you got any how. That way you know what is what
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Old 11-27-2008, 06:17 PM
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I got more pics of that 67 camaro, didnt care for it. Of course 67-69 camaro's are one of the most popular cars around, had a good offer on a local guys camaro but like the malibu. Weighs a bunch but thing should get down a dirt road Give me another motor in the fleet also 8)

92 them are good looking cars, very light. Thinking the 9.5-9.990 mark is a good place to be. Will leave on the bottom bulb well i'd think.

Last time I bottom bulbed I was doubled in my dragster, 3rd round of no box opps top bulb :?
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Old 11-27-2008, 08:30 PM
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Originally Posted by hammertime
I got more pics of that 67 camaro, didnt care for it. Of course 67-69 camaro's are one of the most popular cars around, had a good offer on a local guys camaro but like the malibu. Weighs a bunch but thing should get down a dirt road Give me another motor in the fleet also 8)

92 them are good looking cars, very light. Thinking the 9.5-9.990 mark is a good place to be. Will leave on the bottom bulb well i'd think.

Last time I bottom bulbed I was doubled in my dragster, 3rd round of no box opps top bulb :?
Are you saying you didn't trade for the 78 Malibu :?:

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Old 11-27-2008, 08:57 PM
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Originally Posted by zipper06
Originally Posted by hammertime
I got more pics of that 67 camaro, didnt care for it. Of course 67-69 camaro's are one of the most popular cars around, had a good offer on a local guys camaro but like the malibu. Weighs a bunch but thing should get down a dirt road Give me another motor in the fleet also 8)

92 them are good looking cars, very light. Thinking the 9.5-9.990 mark is a good place to be. Will leave on the bottom bulb well i'd think.

Last time I bottom bulbed I was doubled in my dragster, 3rd round of no box opps top bulb :?
Are you saying you didn't trade for the 78 Malibu :?:

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not yet Zip .. deal still on table
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Old 11-28-2008, 04:53 AM
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Hey David, i'm going to see that buddy of mine that runs at Byron this morning. I'll see if he remembers that car and get some info if you want. Good luck. It is a real good looking car though. Let me know or leave it up to you.
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Old 11-28-2008, 07:01 AM
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Originally Posted by BEAST477
Hey David, i'm going to see that buddy of mine that runs at Byron this morning. I'll see if he remembers that car and get some info if you want. Good luck. It is a real good looking car though. Let me know or leave it up to you.

good deal, shoot me a PM or email [email protected] thanks for the help
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Old 11-30-2008, 01:46 PM
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Did you get the Malibu???
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Old 11-30-2008, 05:25 PM
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Originally Posted by DragsterJosh
Did you get the Malibu???
Still own the dragster, how about you ?
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Old 11-30-2008, 07:19 PM
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Just bought a new set of rear wheels for my dragster...lol...

I guess I will keep it, I am having a very hard time finding something that I can fit in comfortably. I already have a truck that I run in No box, so I guess I will just have to update it instead...

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