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value of a 1993 camaro pacecar?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by OHIO GUNNER, Jun 7, 2007.

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  1. OHIO GUNNER

    OHIO GUNNER TS Member

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    I am looking at a 1993 pacecar, in perfect shape. It has the LT-1 motor and the corvette trans, 15,000 miles, and is in PERFECT shape except for a broken CD player and it needs a distributor..... I think. It runs good when it is cold and when it gets hot it runs rough. It is complete with T-tops. Some of the decals are still in the packages.

    I need some opinoins on prices and whether this is a good car or not a good car to buy. He is also not sure on sale.. but he likes me.

    Thanks!
     
  2. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    Listen to Jack..he knows of what he speaks

    P.S. You can always spend 15 grand to make it run like a Ford too
     
  3. PING

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    What???? who drives a ford??? They should give you money to drive those things. PING
     
  4. PONG

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    naw those pacecars are pretty sick, they do the quarter in like 13... and they are more stock than my wife
     
  5. BIG JIM IN BAKERSFIELD

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    If you want to make it run like a FORD, i will send you my old boat anchor and 20 feet of 3/8" chain........ BIG JIM

    HANG ON, THIS IS GOING TO GET UGLY.....
     
  6. PING

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    I saw a ford once, it didn't work. SAD. PING
     
  7. jackmitch

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    sounds to me like it already runs like a ford
     
  8. Bisi

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    Camaro's are for people who can't handle the power of a Mustang.
     
  9. PONG

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    naw my 1976 corvette with a 454 would make ur mustang go HEHEHHHHEEEE or whatever horses do lol
     
  10. PING

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    WHATS A MUSTANG, oh wait the car. Thats like driving any other car, no power. Go for the camero ohio gunner. PING
     
  11. PONG

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    seriously, the camaro pacecars are worth more money when they get older, this one needs afew more years and NO MORE MILES. I would offer him about 10 grand...plus some to fix your distributor..but then again this is when they first started to play with a lot of electronic parts so it could be something very simple.

    What do the rest of you think?
     
  12. Bisi

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    Get a real car. Mustang's forever!
     
  13. PING

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    Mustangs are nothing even compared to a dodge charger which aren't very good. A camero is a much better choice for all!!! PING
     
  14. CalvinMD

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    Pong ..Bring on your Vette
     
  15. PING

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    The vette could take it. Even if it does win, it prolly will break down before it even gets back from the race, sorry, its a ford. PING
     
  16. CalvinMD

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    P.S. the problem with that car is most likely a sensor...O2,..Idle air control and a few others possible...also..check the plugs to see if you have any with a lot of fouling...I had 95 Chevy truck that kept popping intake gaskets..ran fin cold , but when things grew when it got hot I had 1 cylinder drawing oil from the intake/lifter galley area
     
  17. PING

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    Royce10,

    Your actions as a poster on trapshooter.com deeply hurt me. I find it sad how people on this site must always be attacking someone. It is not nice. I have bee a poster on here for many years, but my brian decided not to store the info needed to remember my former password. Many may no me as a former name that I will refuse to annunce. But in the end I do thank you in helping me come to the decision to retire from my long trapshooter.com postings. Even though I may be a turd, it still hurts me and makes me feel very bad. So I will no longer post due to your calling or me as a "turd." I will miss you all. PING
     
  18. CalvinMD

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    see how well the nitrous is hidden : )
     
  19. OHIO GUNNER

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    What nitrous? haha what motor is that, its too dressed up for me to tell (and I am not farmiular with ford)

    but I also see the jeep/hummer in the background. I have a 79 CJ-7 (with no wheel bearings right now lol)
     
  20. CalvinMD

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    Its the boss 302.. thats just as it came from the factory...7500rpm redline 12 to 1 CR 4 bolt mains solid lifter cam, factory headers , all forged rotating assembly, 4bbl Cleveland Hi-Po heads Toploader 4spd 9" locker rear with 3.90 gears
     
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