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Congratulations on your new car. Classic Copper looks good with white stripes.
Seeing that picture of your citrus Z on the car hauler hit too...
Stripes were painted on the rear 3-pc spoiler just like the 1971 (straight down to the end of the spoiler, not rounded). 1972 Z28 would have the...
I used SoffSeal 2099. Should be the same seal for your lid.
I went for the nice highly polished chrome. The original production flash chroming would be correct for that original look but my car is not 100%...
<$350.00> That’s $50.00 less than I paid. But, I took my my lid to one of the best platers in California — Sherms. They do work for Steve Moal,...
^^ Exactly what Scott said. My original had some small dings and a very small crease. It did double the cost of plating.
3961557 is also correct for 1971. Also used on trucks through the 70’s.
I see them regularly for $100.00 – $150.00.
He's 90 years old! He's doing something right.
Modern gasoline is generally not good on early carb gaskets. You might be able to replace with a current kit and be good to go.
Excellent idea! I like it - looks great.
The only way to know for sure what tires were supplied with the car is to have the original build sheet (box 90 I think). Chevrolet plants did not...
This is my friends car. He won the Good-Guys Young Guns award and got a prepaid trip to SEMA.
Great photos as usual Charley – thanks for sharing.
I've never seen the Chevrolet watermark on the window sticker like that.
In California, it’s money well spent.