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Discussion in '1970 - 1973 Specific' started by maverick, Jan 14, 2007.
73/Z28, one previous owner, low mile original car. Repainted for the first time about a month ago.
1973 LT Camaro.
Originally a 73 RS LT with a vinyl top, from Cali.
Not much left original.
73 RS/Z , Modified 72 Plain jane , 73 LT Roller and 73 rust bucket
its a 70 Z28 RS. Has all factory metal and everything like that. In 76 it got a turbocharger and a torker intake. electric fuel pump. repainted red white and blue for the 4th of july in 76 and for car craft summer nationals. it was an 11 second car with a 3.42 posi. it hasnt been "run" in a long time and actualy needs the motor rebuilt.
thats a nice zed good score.......
Mine's a plain jane '70.
Only thing special about it is the early production date (01A) & low production sequence # (00030).
Other than that, it's nothing special.
I just completed a two and a half year resto on it, now it's my daily driver.
I am proud of it because I've done all the work on it, so I'm quick to show off pics.
'73 RS/LT/Z28, #'s Matching, 4-speed, A.C., All original, 28K Miles.
when ibought mine in 94 i paid 3000.00 for 71 z28 norwood car original z28 automatic orig block but heads were old double hump carb was non orig trans was, but had rebuild ,4 56 rear the motor when i tore it down was .60 over so i ditched it and , after during research it was a standard car non rs but it had split bumpers guy advertised as rs z28 he got me so i dumped in a 400 kept trans rear and swaped out the std front for rs all original gm metal i got for $300 ,need to finish weather stripping and interior then balls to the wall ,like some guys say real cars have 3 pedals i like my auto
Mine is a 1973 RS, the wheels at the moment are Vintage Wheelworks V45:s
with 245-45/17 tires, suspension and shocks is updated and uses red konis
and 1979 Z-28 spec parts. I'd like to do more but might get another Camaro
in worse shape and modify it instead since this is actually rather untouched, time will tell.