I bought my 79 Z/28 in 79 and it was as hot as I could get at the time. Like most of us, I always read every magazine article I could find on my car -right? And the best best thing was when we found performance articles had our car doing better than everyone thought it could. So, out of all of the magazines that I saved from 1979, the one that I valued the most was the Popular Hot Rodding Magazine story that had in print that "The 79 Z has style and 14-second performance to match". Of course they go into detail that the actual best that they got "showroom stock" was 15.1 seconds (Note: Initial timing was advanced 6 degrees) They removed the air cleaner top and put on drag slicks, resulting in a 14.76 1/4. Two questions; 1) They had a 350, 4 speed, 3.73 posi equipped Z -no t tops, but AC and power windows/ locks, which add some weight, but they indicated OCIR weighed it in at 3417lbs. Are these times possible??? 2) I have the same drive line, no T-tops, no AC, no power windows etc. If they did actually get these times, do you think I could duplicate it without the drag radials, but maybe do some research and have the distributor timing & curve set-up and the Q-jet dialed in? After having my Z/28 for 40 years, I'd just like to do try this for the nostalgia -any other recommendations or is the story BS?