What not to do to a new 70 Z/28

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    What was the best ET for the car? I Love the look, it looks tough.
     
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    That car looks badass even in todays standards.
     
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    Pretty sure I got in the 10.80's with it. Bone stock (from the factory) it ran 14.00, with the addition of headers, jetting the holley, recurving the dist, and some cheap slicks it ran 12.80's in stock weight.
     
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    OMG, DIBS!!!!!!!

    SIG MATERIAL!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    lol.... damn.:(
     
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    that's an awesome looking camaro !!!!:):)
     
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    I would have done the same thing.
     
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    That is a priceless set of pics. Reminds me of the cars I grew up with. As for the stories of cars being parted and sold, almost as epic as the forementioned ZL1 and LT1, 10 years ago I parted and seperated a 1 owner numbers matching 71 396 SS camaro 4 speed car. One of 1500 something made and less than that had the 4 speed option. I kick myself every day for that one, and thank my first exwife for convincing me to do so.
     
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    Dave do you know where the car is now? That is beyond cool.
     
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    Hell, yeah! That's EXACTLY like I remember them "back in the day".

    The Gasser-look is hot right now, but I think that guys need to start building these kinds of cars again. Except for you, Chuck, you're already there. I think it would catch on like wildfire. Lace paint, fat tires, hoodscoops, the whole thing.

    David-
    Don't let it eat you up. We've all got stories of destroying classic musclecars. Back then, it was just a car, not a priceless classic as we see them today. Maybe we should start a "What the hell did I do?" thread and tell our stories of what we did when nobody gave a crap.
     

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