What parts do you want/need?

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  1. cold Z28

    cold Z28 Veteran Member

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    Hey PONYEATER your almost in my neck of the woods. Your in Washington,right? Well I'm in Alaska.What sort of stuff can you get for second gens? Also can you really beat some of SUMMITS prices.
     
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    PONYEATER Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Sent ya a e-mail......

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  3. Morkai

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    t-top weatherstrip kits for sure

    maybe door hinge repair kits with oversized bushings that don't cost an arm and a leg.

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    '79 Z28, Silver, T-Tops, 388-roller, stroked & balanced

    "186,000 miles a second, it's not just a good idea... it's the law."
     
  4. 79camaro305

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    Eric, right on about the door hinges. The other day I ordered one from GM, and they sent it to me, at a price of 76 dollars and som echange. And this is the Dealer Price(Work at a Body Shop). Needless to say I sent it back.
    Something else I (probably everyone else too) could use is the plastic hook that bolts to the seat (On the outer edges) that guides the seat belts. Every time I am in my car I am rubbed by the damn belt on my neck!
    T-top Weatherstripung (Been said, but wanted to add my voice)
    Cheap Pedal Kit (You know, the rubber that wears off)
    A Good Repro Headliner

    That should be it...

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    1979 w/305 & Sunroof?!
    1981 w/229, Dual Flows, T-tops
    Beautify America, Drive a Camaro
    Go Steelers!!!
     
  5. DPK81Z28

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    I can never find 1981 heater controls-no a/c and front fender extensions for a 1981 Z28. Then I will echo along with everyone else on weather strips-I have fisher t-tops.

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  6. Psychohamster

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    70-73 consoles would be nice. How about the heater control panel face. Gauge cluster clear plastic lens,also cluster tab repair kit or replacement unit. Reproduction/OEM style seat belt packages with shoulder harness bits and pieces.A full upper metal dash sill.



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  7. cold Z28

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    Complete weather srtip kit, 70-72 console, 70-74 rear sail panels, big block bracket and pulley kit, 70-73 HEAD LIGHT BENZELS! All of this stuff for reasonable prices. After all were just working men.
     
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    I'd love to see a new non-vortec style short block built to 1971 LT1 specs, or a 383 short block both without the cams. I would suggest that there would be a heathy market for these based on everyones comments about wanting replacement engines. I do not want the vortec heads and 1 piece crank seal because I would have to replace flywheel, oil pan, intake, valve covers and the dipstick should be on the drivers side.

    I would think they could build and sell this for what the ZZ4 short block go for.

    Any seconds on this from other members???
     
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    hmbldr Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    More stuff needed,
    -6500 RPM Redline tachs for 70-72 z's
    -The plastic shoulder belt holders from
    1972's
    -Corrent fitting replacement dash's
    -1970-1972 consoles
    -Correct temp sender for cars with gauges
    (current replacement does not have correct
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    -A genie in a jar that fixes sagging doors
    -Correct width exterior door handles for the early 70's models



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  10. Lowend

    Lowend Administrator. .a car, a man, a maraca. Staff Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Have Pace order a bunch of Swaybars from Matt Adams' VSE. He needs to have 20 on order before he can have em built.
    Everyone needs a 1.31" front a 1" rear
     

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