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65 chevelle like new!

Posted by uspresidiot (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 26, 06 at 14:21

How much do you think we should sell it for? We are in need of cash fast! we live in tx it was rebuilt in 2001, only has 2000 miles on new engine, hardtop, 327 cylinder v8, 350 hp, newly painted. great condition. thinking of asking 10, 000. too high? or not enuf?

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RE: 65 chevelle like new!

You might want to use Google to find other sale listings, car clubs which could tell you what the car is worth, etc. I would guess this car is old enough to be covered by publications like Hemming Motor News, so maybe a trip to your local library or newspaper/magazine dealer is worth your while. No sense leaving lots of money on the table or sitting without cash because you priced it too high.

RE: 65 chevelle like new!

check on ebay and see what similar cars go for.
post it on some chevy boards.

RE: 65 chevelle like new!

Maybe you can get Bubba to buy it. You see, when Mrs Bubba becomes President he'll be looking for lots of women. I hear he's looking for a hot car to go pick up yong secretaries. Or maybe Ted kennedy might be looking for a new car to drive in Martha's Vinyard. I'd be safer with Cheney hunting quail!
I had to do that because of your post name.

But get an issue of "Hemmings Motor News". You'll see others with ths same vehicle you have that are selling them, so you'll get a good range.

RE: 65 chevelle like new!

Bubba's already selling his cars. You're right he does appreciate Mrs. Bubba. Check out his auction. Check out his other auctions, too. See what others have asked him.

Here is a link that might be useful: Bubba's auction

RE: 65 chevelle like new!

My friend is looking for a 65 chevelle. Send him an email at or send info. to Do you have any pictures?

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