Saint Louis Camaro
If you live in the Saint Louis Missouri metropolitan area and your family has an old Camaro in the garage, odds are after all of these years, that it’s a Camaro that I would be interested in purchasing if your family is interested in selling.
I’m looking to purchase a special optioned Camaro. There were and still are several Chevy dealers in the local Missouri and Illinois area, but some of these dealerships liked to sell special order Camaros. Chances are, after all these years, the original paperwork from the selling dealership is most likely long gone, but I can still identify these special order Camaros.
I’ve found that people tend to keep things that are dear to them or that have value to them. I believe in that value.
You are probably wondering what type of Camaro or what year of Camaro I might be looking to purchase. Well, I’m in search of a few different types.
For starters, I’m looking for a 1967 Camaro SS or a 1968 Camaro SS powered by a big block V8. If the engine is out of the car, that is still fine with me. It might have been originally sold from Barford Chevrolet, Francis Chevrolet, which have both been closed for several decades or Boemler Chevrolet which unfortunately closed during the economic downturn about a decade ago. There is no one left to contact from these dealerships, but if by chance, your family still has a folder or a box of papers with stuff for your Camaro, that would absolutely help with the identification process. Plus, I can easily identify the factory options by looking at the codes on the car.
I’m looking for a 1968 Camaro Z28 that has the RS option and is Corvette Bronze in color.
I’m looking for a 1969 Camaro Z28 that your family member emphasized had special brakes from the factory.
I’m looking for a 1969 Camaro that was either an SS, an RS, or even a plain looking base Camaro, with a big block engine. There were various options, colors, and trims that these 1969 Camaros were built and sold with, but I’m in search of some special order Camaros with the larger big block engines. Again, these Camaros might have been sold from Barford Chevrolet, Francis Chevrolet, or Boemler Chevrolet, but the one you have may have been sold by one of the other Saint Louis Camaro dealerships.
I’m looking forward to talking with you about your Camaro! Please leave me your contact information in the form on the right of this page. Thanks!
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