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Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by dave@ztech, Mar 15, 2018.
NastyZ28 in the news
I always say no. Buy a junker and save her, don't screw up something like this.
Do the bolt on stuff Headers Intake Carb or EFI but keep the parts for later if resale is in the future. Don't cut it up leave it stock looking. My 2 Cents.
I've noticed recently that "news" seems to subsist completely on copy-pasting tweets and online posts. Does nobody find it odd that this guy wrote an entire article based on a nastyz thread? I'm assuming he asked permission of all users involved?
Something all original, numbers matching and pristine as that car, I'd say leave it as-is. If one already has had an engine and/or transmission swap in it's life, it's fair game. I actually like resto-mods when they're done with some class and aren't overkill.
Its his car let him do what he wants with it.
Not exactly a "survivor." In the article it states the quarter panel, and the trans have been replaced. Two big ticket items that take away from the survivor aspect. It is no longer 100% original paint, and that the drivetrain has a different transmission, definitely not a survivor. Modifications won't hurt it.
79 Z28s were built by the thousands... It's not a rare car.
Unless it's an extremely rare 79 Z28 RS (which should have NEVER been modified), the owner can do what they want with it.
Personally, I would not make any uncorrectable changes and keep any original parts that are removed.
NO!!!!!!! They are original only once! Find another F-Body to modify.
This is why I buy stuff that was already "cut up" or has no chance of being original again.