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Discussion in '1974 Specific' started by CamaroNmotion, Dec 6, 2016.
Here's the link:http://www.ebay.com/itm/1974-Chevro...=item33c4101c1c:g:2Q4AAOSwiONYQLkw&item=22233
I'm not a big fan of big bumpers; but, I'd love to have that one.
Its at $32,500 buy it now. Really looks good...time capsule at 27,000 miles, looks to be original exhaust, even has build sheet.
Ick....did they do a vinyl roof from the factory??..never seen that
and didn't the Z have some sort of graphic on the hood?....I'm sorry guys I don't get it, I never post neg comments on here but..that car is fugly...mudflaps too lmao...
But a nice low mile car none the less and it's nice to see these cars bringing that kind of dough.....
EDIT ...$32.5k was the buy it now...I missed that...I think they are dreaming a bit no?....weren't these cars like 140hp in 74?...I'd be shocked if it sold for more that $25k but then again I'm a urethane bumper guy and probably out of touch with these years lol.
I don't think its gonna sell for that kind of money...
I think If the background was better it would help show the car better, Nice car that needs a little work on the head liner and some more pictures of the engine and documents. $25 to $28K is tops probably for the 74 z28s yet. sooner or later they'll Crack the 30s.
>In 74 you could optionally order the vinyl roof.
>Regarding the optional Z28 hood & deck striping...if you would have read the entire ebay description you would have known the the original woman owner removed them after getting the car.
>Z28 horsepower was actually rated at 245 hp.
If you got z28 fender emblems, you didn't get the hood striping. That's why this car doesn't have the hood and deck striping and I don't care what the ad says.
The car sells for 32,000 that's it I'm putting my 72 at 50,000