MY 70 Z28 RS COPO ?

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  1. servello2005

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    this what i like to see original very nice.
     
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    Yes,It's The Long Island Camaro Club. Anthony still runs it. He has a shop for Camaros.
     
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    3FF325C2-5D4E-4D78-A5AE-AA81F9678EF1.jpeg 758E5AD8-A93F-4CBF-8AF5-70434ED65617.jpeg ADFA0820-0197-4ABF-97EC-13A7D867D470.jpeg Had the carburetor rebuilt and anodized by Holley.They do restorations.
     
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    The engine was ballanced and blueprinted and put back together to 1970 LT-1 specifications.
     
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  5. 70lt1z28

    70lt1z28 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Could I trouble you for a photo of the other side of the carb with the air cleaner removed? I'm interested in the rear fuel line support bracket that bolts to the carb to manifold stud. Interested in the finish (plating, paint, color etc).

    Thanks and nice car.
     
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    Is your 2nd accelerator spring just a safety thing because in 77-81 Z28's that I was buying new, the spring
    was doubled up with a blue and silver one. (one inside the other).
     
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    It was not on the car when I bought it I bought a bracket from Ground Up and never installed it Still sitting in the bag There is a 1100 mile Z28 on the internet with pictures maybe you can see it there.
     
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    I guess your talking about the upper spring? It was on the carburetor when I bought the Z28 so I left it. I did not know if it was correct or not.
     
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    70lt1z28 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Yeah, got Charlie Lillards (former owner)1100 mile car bookmarked and refer to it , but the bracket is pretty rusted. That car has a lot of surface rust on things. I think it was stored in a very humid-moist environment.
     
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    The lower return spring has a greenish color
     

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