What's it worth?..1970 RS Z28 4 speed.

Discussion in 'Camaro Questions' started by NS1RM21, Dec 17, 2016.

  1. l16pilot

    l16pilot Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Good eye Dave on the TT vs interior. Looks to be a really nice driver, but a lot of the potential value rests on, (as others have mentioned), originality of the components...some of which are really high dollar to find today. It looks like a nice resto for the early-mid 90s, but the standards have changed today. How well was the car detailed on the underside?...and how is the condition today? On a car like this, verifying the numbers are critical to establishing value. I may be too critical, but assuming the engine, trans and rear are original, I'd put it closer to $28k-$28k just with some things noticed under the hood that have been changed out leaves questions on what else is not original. Does your friend have a $$ amount in mind or just fishing?
     
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  2. NS1RM21

    NS1RM21 Member

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    IMG_0949.JPG Any help would be appreciated. I don't get on this sight often so if you have any info you can post it here or email me at:
    Tbray255@sbcglobal.net
     
  3. NS1RM21

    NS1RM21 Member

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    IMG_1884.JPG That is some very good info, thank you very much. Many parts on the car are original and nice but several have been changed. The trans numbers read that it is a 1967 trans. Funny but sad thing is there is a softball size hole in the driver side foot well. Something in the clutch area blow up and came up through the floor. I did a temporary/permanent repair to it.
     
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    IMG_1883.JPG Is this the alternater you guys were talking about? I noticed that all the pulleys have deeper grove than the Mopar cars do so I had an idea that it might be special but I did not know it was $1000 worth of special. I took the pulley off the original and put it on the new one.....I think I will change it back tomorrow.
     
  5. McCune

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    That is the correct alternator!
     
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  6. CamarosRus

    CamarosRus Veteran Member

    How come nobody mentioned the Shadow Gray paint (same as mine) which I think
    is pretty unusual, if not rare !!!!!

    Anyway, I'm whining about needing a late 1969 "837" Alt !!!!!!
     
  7. NS1RM21

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    IMG_1767.JPG IMG_1770.JPG Is it true that only the Z28s have a 8000rpm tach. I find that kinda weird. I also heard that the Z28 have welded in rear sway bar upper mounts and a floor mounted gas pedal? This car has all three of them. As I said I'm a Mopar guy and this is all new to me so any info is helpful. Thank you for all the info.
     
  8. NS1RM21

    NS1RM21 Member

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    "0E7" on the alternater...is that the date code? How do you read it?
     
  9. McCune

    McCune Veteran Member

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    May 7 1970
     
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  10. NS1RM21

    NS1RM21 Member

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    0=1970
    E=May
    7=7th day

    I get it, thank you very much.
     

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