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  • MrShift@Edmunds 05/01/11 2:34 pm PST

    Sounds like $2,000 should be more than enough, if that. Even when fully restored, these cars do not command a high price, so you should be careful how much you put into it. In most cases, with 80s Camaros, you should buy a nice one rather than attempt a restoration---unless of course you plan to do the paint and bodywork yourself. It would make a nice hobby, but there is no up side as an "investment".

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