Found a 74' Yellow Lime Z28 today

Discussion in '1974 Specific' started by 70 RS, Oct 11, 2013.

  1. IROCZJEFF

    IROCZJEFF New Member

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    I found one! This is only the second confirmed 1974 Z/28 ever seen in this color. Very rare
     

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    ronzz572 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I saw it also Jeff on craigslist. Its ashame the motor and tranny are gone.
     
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    Z28PILOT Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Save that pic.

    That car has the correct original decal and placement per factory on deck lid.:)

    Note ...doesn't go to the extreme edge of deck lid ....there is a gap of about 1/2 inch at top and bottom. The spec is in the AIM.

    Very neat car....bad azz
     
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    I have a pic of a Z in that color from a cars show , ill have to dig it up and post it , just checked my pics and in them it shows more yellow
     
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    I wonder if it's been repainted... the bumper fillers have the same paint on them and should be black, I thought.
     
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    Yes 100% The bumper fillers should be black. The car has had some paint work. I would like to see the cowl tag paint code for sure to confirm the color. I have communicated with IROCZJEFF. He is selling the car if anyone is interested in it. Send him a PM.
     
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    Hello everyone, I am a newbe to NastyZ28. This and a listing on 2040cars is all I have found on a 1974 Lime yellow/40 code Z28 I need some advice, please. I have found a 40 40 code 1974 Z28, It has been repainted in a burgundy color back in the 80s( Bondo, wide rear fender flairs, air shocks..etc) Waiting to verify the motor and trans as original but guessing it is long gone as the AC parts even from the firewall have been removed. Is this car, even though rare worth restoring back to its original lime Yellow?
     
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    Thats up to you and your pocketbook .Especially if you are doing it to sell. And it may be rare because it was not a popular color.
     
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    imo , its one of those colors if it is done full on no expense spared on body and paint , wheels and tires ...it might be a show winner and very eye catching . But , if the paint is poorly done or not maintained then that color might really hard for me to appreciate on a cheaply done car.
     
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