1970 Z28 30,800 miles Original paint - interior etc..

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  1. CamaroNmotion

    CamaroNmotion Veteran Member

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    Fantastic find & purchase. Your car is beautiful....love the color and 1-piece spoiler. Congratulations.
     
  2. secondgenaddict

    secondgenaddict Veteran Member

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    Some photos...
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    Very nice
     
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    70lt1z28 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Inner fenders look a bit more glossy than I am used to seeing. Is there anything on them that would enhance the gloss in the photo?

    Mine are prepped for paint and I need to adjust the flattener down from the full gloss base. Might just be the flash.
     
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    Wow. Very nice
     
  7. Budz

    Budz Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Comparing your pics to ones I have saved of this unrestored car, it looks like you ended up with this car previously owned by another member here (or former member?) named Paul. I can't read your trim tag, but it looks like the same one...NOR295225. Does your VIN end in xxxx19?

    I believe Paul is the one who reproduced the green carb throttle return springs.

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    hey, that looks like my car I sold years ago. I cleaned the undercoating off the under and put on new Garner exhaust. Did u get that from MA,NY area??? Jack Seymour and Russ and Budz helped with info along the way!!
     
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  9. secondgenaddict

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    it's the same car... it was filled with the fine light colored dirt shown in BUDZ cowl tag picture. I washed literally pounds of dirt out of the A-ARMS the subframe the cowl sides EVERYWHERE.

    I found ads for the car and it was for sale sometime around 2014 for 55k...
     
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    Very nice!
     

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