5K mile 73 Z at BJ

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  1. tom3

    tom3 Veteran Member

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    A couple more early 2nd gens late in the day Thursday. One looked mostly stock, other with LS power and mods. Both just a bit over $50,000. Seems to be some interest in the second gens of late. Lots of money spent for a Thursday sale day.
     
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    I get what you're saying I'm just curious how you "know" this car should not have power windows and when power windows became available for the '73's.
     
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    Glad to see the price of our cars up there. I did see a chrome bumper that went for what I thought was real low though, I guess it may have been cobbled together and you could see it. Two questions; where did all those old 3100 pickups come from, and what about the girl(s) that put "sold" sticker on the windshield?
     
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    They seem to be going out of their way to get the hottest "sold sticker" girls they can find.
     
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    I guess I don't know for sure because I can't find the info on the production dates. I have always been told it was a later production cars that got PW. This car in question was built in Dec 72. Maybe I shouldn't assume without have documents to back it up.
     
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    That driver's seat on that low mileage 73 sure looks to be well sat-on for a 4700 mile car!
     
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    That's because the mileage is a quarter mile at a time. Although, it is a nice car..... saw it up close last weekend at BJ's.
     
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    I just don’t how you prove it. I’m very skeptic about any car that old with super low miles. A low mileage car with less then 10k miles should not only be 100% original but still looks new. Heck I have seen modern cars with 20k, 30k, 40k miles and the cars still look new.

    You can easily manipulate miles on these older cars.
     
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