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Value of 1969 F/B 400 4spd vert?

Post by nap on Fri Nov 26, 2010 8:14 pm

I'm trying to help out a friend who is going to look at a 1969 Firebird 400 4spd Convertible. I need to get an idea of it's value. Here is what I know- Liberty blue white interior and top. Base 400 with a 4speed. It is suppose to be an original car. This includes paint, interior, top, engine, transmission and rear end. Based on this information what would the range be for a #2 and #3 car.

Thanks inadvance for your help. Sorry, this all the info I have. No pictures.



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Re: Value of 1969 F/B 400 4spd vert?

Post by 69_RAG_TOP on Tue Nov 30, 2010 11:38 am


I remember reading a multi page article one or two years ago in Hemmings Muscle Machines or Hemmings Classic Cars that was highlighting a restored 1969 Firebird 400 restored Convertible.

That car was matching numbers and restored, was Windward Blue, had the white DeLuxe interior, rare triple stack gauges, correct radio, clock, 400 original motor and drive train, 3 spd automatic, Rallye IIs, hood tach, power top, very rare power antenna and by judging standards was a 2 or 2+ car.

Hemmings published the ranges for fair market value as low, average and high. I recall that the low was 31,000, the average selling price was 38,000 and the high was 45,000.

Hemmings said that if this car was a 1969 Camaro Z-28 convertible that it would bring twice the money. No respect for Pontiacs.

The classic car prices are soft now and the car you are looking at better be the right combination of options, motor, top condition and color to bring Barrett-Jackson money.

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