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Maybe slightly more than a standard 93 Z28 in good condition. Like maybe maybe $1,000 more, and that's only if you really like the fact that it's a pace car edition. They're not incredibly rare, and the only difference between them and a normal 93 Z28 is the appearance. Those kind of cars are the kind where the value is truly whatever someone will pay for it.
not really.....they only made 645 of them, 125 of which were actually sent to Indy for Pace Car duties. They're not worth a whole hell of a lot now, so if you plan on buying it just to sell quick and make some money its probably not worth it. If you can hold onto it for another 20 years, I'll guarantee it will go up in value astronomically, just look at the value of the Z10/Z11 69 Camaro's.
If you don't buy it let me know, I'm in the market for a new Z28.
2010 Camaro 2SS/RS, 1999 Ford Exploder, 1968 Camaro. 1972 4-4-2 Convertible
Ones ive seen in excellent condition go for a pretty penny, others that were used as drivers or were actually modded don't go for a whole heck of alot, but deff more than a standard 93 z. Ive seen one wrecked one that would be in my price range (poor college student) if that tells you anything.
T-Tops, power everything, 98k miles. Only mod is a slowmaster muffler.
4500!? Grab that ****. I bought my firebird formula (is a firebird so its a little more expensive then a camaro) but i got it for 4100 +400 in tax (gay dealerships) has 100k on it. But hte body is mint. For 4500 I would buy it if it checks out ok.
Run the numbers on it and make sure it checks out (make sure it is a true t-tops car and not a conversion as i think the hard tops were rarer for that series, but hardtops can be converted to t-tops-IMO that would lower the value on a special ed. car). Only thing i can say is that the price would be a little high if it was just a regular 93, just check it over carefully.