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I do too but I also like the idea of the backup lights working the way they should.
Metal fatigue is a beotch. :eek:
Can't say as I disagree, hence my comment "in my mind".
This high mileage but decent '75 recently went for $12,500.
In my mind if...
But then I'm a bit biased.....I have a '74 Type LT with that trim missing. :bowtie:
Most definitely finishes it off nicely!
Or in my case, someone took the stripes OFF and put the fender emblems ON.
That's pretty da*n fast, IMHO. Back in the day I had a buddy who had a 69 Chevelle SS 396 that ran in the 14.7 ish neighbourhood in the street...
Gently-forceful and hope for the best. :eek:
I'm curious if you found what you needed here or did you have to buy new?
As would I. But the OP hasn't been around for over 3 years.
Especially for $700 bucks. Sheesh. Talk about a bargain.
Excellent find COPO. Add slicks and open headers on any of those and you’d shave .5 + off those quarter times in many cases. (As long as you...
Gosh for that price I could almost like that hood. :lush:
LOL. I was thinking much the same thing. There’s been some pretty dead sh!t successfully brought back to life.
I think a lot of '73 type LT Z28s had stripes and badges added before they even left the dealer's lot. That whole issue has been very muddy for...
Nope. 73 & 74 had a yellow line at 5500 and redline at 6000 on the z28 tachs. AND believe it or not, instruments was an extra cost option on...
Emphasize how lucky the "tire kicker" is that there's no hidden rust under a vinyl top to worry about. If he wants it that bad, he can put one...
Nicely loaded up '74. Best guess is it would be a fairly rare combo.
OK, that's what I was looking for. His has '64' then a 'B' in the paint code. Mine has a '74' and another '74'
Great, thank you.