1970 Z28 Camaro For Sale

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  1. hoov81

    hoov81 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I have to say selling this car is really hard for me. Although I have never driven this car it has a lot of memories for me.

    1970 Z28 Camaro
    47,000 documented original mile car. I have a copy of every title that was issued to the car.
    Not matching motor, Has a new 1987 5.7 LT1 motor. New from dealer over the counter. Motor was built with a 1970 LT1 motor in mind, So I was told from previous owner. After gathering parts for awhile he built this motor in 2001 and never turned it over or fired it up. It sat in his garage in the corner from 1987 covered with towels until 2018 when I got it.
    I removed the valve covers and intake checking for oil slug and found never ran rebuilt heads. I removed all of the spark plugs and checked the cylinder walls and there were no vertical scratches on the cylinder walls from pistons. It still had the cross hatch marks. I have the receipts from the machine shop, the carb rebuild, The dealer for the block and other parts all dated 2001.
    The heads are rebuilt over the counter replacements 3991492 dated E227 with solid lifters and Roller rockers.
    The carb is a Holley not sure which I can't find the numbers.
    The intake is a 1971 LT1 Part # 3959594.
    The oil was drained and fresh break in oil was installed and the motor was fired for the first time. We ran it for 45 min at 2500 RPM and it ran great. I have a video of the motor break in.
    There are zero miles on this motor.
    The trans is a Muncie M21 4 speed original matching numbers to the car.
    The rear end is a COO 12 bolt 4.10:1 posi original numbers matching to the car.
    Still has the original 150 speed with O 8K tach.
    AM FM non stereo radio
    Tilt steering
    Console delete
    Nice original black interior.
    Paint code is 67 Classic copper with white stripes. Car has had 1 repaint.
    There is some rust in the quarter panels but not bad.
    There is some rust in the drivers side fender at the bottom.
    The Rear frame rails, Floors, Rocker panels and trunk pan are solid.
    Someone put the Nickey sticker on the rear tail light panel. It's not a Nickey

    This may not be a numbers matching barn find but this car has a lot of potential.

    I'm asking $25,000 OBO

    If interested PM me or call 847 275 7813


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    COPO Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    FYI, get those silly louvers off the rear windows.
     
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  3. 70lt1z28

    70lt1z28 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    329 off of mine. My cowl tag number is 255463.

    Really surprised to see the "Z" in front of the 28.10. Mine doesn't have it. According to the list of numbers, yours may be the first to have it. Is that a dash between the Z and the 28.10?
     
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    I am in a mood tonight. Dont you ever have anything positive to say.
     
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    Many Norwood cars do have the Z28 on the tag.
     
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    70lt1z28 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Yeah. There is a thread on it here:

    https://nastyz28.com/threads/trim-tag-missing-the-z.236491/page-5#post-2720170

    The transition was 04B for Norwood white stripe cars, but this seems to narrow it down even more to between mine and Hoov's car. I've never seen one with the dash either. Hey Hoov, can you verify that the Z and dash are not paint? It looks like all the letters were covered with white paint. I wonder if someone didn't add the Z and the dash at the same time.
     
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  7. badazz81z28

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    The "Z28" in general on the tag looks funny. It does look like the Z, the dash and 2 are not stamped, but painted.
     
  8. hoov81

    hoov81 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    WOW really painted ? This is the original stamped cowl tag not painted or restamped.
    There is no added dash between the Z and the 2 it is a scratch. There are no white painted letters or numbers it's called aluminum.
     
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    70lt1z28 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Just a scratch OK. Just seemed like the Z's were closer to the rest of the numbers on the tags I have seen. Like this:

    https://nastyz28.com/threads/anything-wrong-with-this-1970-z28-cowl-tag.327928/#post-3742977

    But your's being probably one of the first maybe they were just getting the stamping figured out.
     
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    Neat car Rich, best of luck with the sale...IMO that trim tag is legit and I don't see anything out of the ordinary, as Dave pointed out probably one of the first run to get the letter Z in front of the 28
     

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