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Check out this list of cars and the prices for each! Don't we wish we could find these cars today?
Cochran's Auto Sales was the place to buy hot rods in the late 60's & early 70's. Guys from all over the Northwest traveled here to buy cars.

Only one tri-five, a `57 Hardtop for $995 !!

 

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:confused0006: you don't have a time machine? :confused0024:
 

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I bought my 57 in 67 for $275 and what a coincidence it had 57,000 miles on it; still have it!!

Ken 57bowtie-trifive
 

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Sorry guys, but if I could go back in time, I'd take the Shelby 428 Mustang, then I'd sell it at today's prices and go back with more cash to get all the Corvettes, Chevelles, GTO's, and the 57. The Hemi Charger is one of the most intriguing there. Couldn't leave that one behind either.
 

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I agree, but in 67 that 66 Corvair was only one year old compared to the 57 which was 10 years old. In 1965 a friend of mine bought a 64 Corvair for $1400.

Ken 57bowtie-trifive



Originally Posted by kbrace View Post
I bought my 57 in 67 for $275 and what a coincidence it had 57,000 miles on it; still have it!!

Ken 57

Hows that Ken, even a 66 corvair was priced more
 
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