1974 Z28 with 979 miles...pretty cool.

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  1. 74Z28GC3

    74Z28GC3 Veteran Member

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    Thanks clill for the hood latch striker and latch release assembly photos.
     
  2. 70lt1z28

    70lt1z28 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    A bit hard to tell in the photos, but stamped steel parts and spring are zinc phosphate plated and the threaded fasteners are manganese phosphate plated.

    No paint on any of it.
     
  3. 74Z28GC3

    74Z28GC3 Veteran Member

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    Thanks 70lt1z28 for this reply. I had a feeling that both of those hood latch parts were plated, but did not know what type.
     
  4. secondgenaddict

    secondgenaddict Veteran Member

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    They capped the Holleys as well, they were a black plug that went over the mixture screw in the jet plate. It's in the 5th edition NCRS judging manual for 70-72 cars.
     
  5. Ricks72Z28

    Ricks72Z28 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Charlie, hello when you get a chance can you take a picture of your recovery tank cap. The replacement ones are configured differently where the large hose is on the right versus the originals. VXGxwBjeSEKaJnYE9o49tw.jpg
     
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