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I am in for a couple also.
I have heard that using a heat gun on the backside will sometimes remove the sticker. Have not tried this yet though.
You have the correct one. The one in the brochure is for the console cars.
I don't know how many years the 289 and 290 were used but I know they were used in 69 as well. There should be a date stamped on the opposite side...
When I ordered some parts from In-Line Tube awhile back they told me they OEM for several vendors and that RightStuff is one of them.
My Norwood 70Z also has the same one Jack shows on his. I had assumed it was wrong until I questioned Jack earlier what was correct.
I'm still looking for a 70 4-speed radiator also if anyone has one. Or just the correct RH tank.
I would be in for one of the Z tags. Where do we put in the request?
Ron, the original dash on my 71z with Sandalwood is the light Saddle color. It is darker than the seat and door panels. I thought I had a picture...
Looking at Jack's fuel line clip, maybe these were painted or dipped black instead of phosphated or plated?
Jim, which ones do you have earlier or later?
I am needing the correct thickness for the 70 Z28 aluminum spacers. I thought I had seen a thread on this a while back but could not find in...
Don't think you can go by the pictures on the original brouchure. Look at the trim ring on the 5-spoke wheel. Those are just artist renderings....
Just what I have been wanting to see. My 70z's original color is 45 Mist Geen and was repainted Cranberry Red from previous owner. I have been...