1974 z/28 mileage

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  1. monte1970ss

    monte1970ss New Member

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    i have a 1974 z/28 with 16,000 original miles.totally original the shocks and exhaust are the only non original parts.but they were replaced with factory replacements.are there a whole lot of original cars out there.everytime i see one it will have headers or different tires cars been repainted.and also i have never detailed the car it looks like a 16,000 mile car the paint could be buffed the engine compartment could be detailed but i think that might hurt value.any thoughts
     
  2. Twisted_Metal

    Twisted_Metal Administrator Staff Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    No... There aren't many "survivors" out there.

    What to do.....
    Are you selling it or are you going to show it?
     
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    i plan on keeping at for awhile.i am sure the market will keep climbing.i think the 70-73 market has piqued.i have only showed it once.and that was at just a local show.next year i would like to bring it to a bigger event and have it judged.
     
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    Pictures!!!
     
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    i just joined i will be putting up some soon.and what is with the garbage can comment.
     
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    harbone66 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Its a quote in my signature, nothing to do with your post
     
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    What make you think the 70\73 market has peaked? I think it is just getting started.
     
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    It would be great to have a 74 oringinal ,pictures on here of ever little thing as a referancefor others to look at and to know what a part,or how some thing should look. Welcom to this sit. We love pictures, !974-81 are comeing on strong.
     
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    HOGG, Here is a link of a 3500 mile original car I recently Iooked at in Pittsburgh. http://www.nastyz28.com/forum/showthread.php?t=305401. Sounds like a very nice car. Please post up some pictures?
     
  10. CamarosRus

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    monte1970ss................You live in Illinois.................

    and yet you have not yet mentioned the BEST Classic American Muscle Car Show in the World...............MCACN located in Rosemont, IL. week before Thanksgiving.....

    Pay the $$ and have your car "certified" as Original !!!!

    We ALL look forward to meeting you there.
     

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