Chevy Camaro Z28

How much will it cost to have a replacement ignition key made for a 1986 Chevy Camaro Z28?

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2008-02-15 10:13:56
2008-02-15 10:13:56

i went to the gm dealership and they quoted me at $45 because of the chip on the key

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