1970 Z28 question

Discussion in '1970 - 1973 Specific' started by camarozbest, Jan 19, 2018.

  1. camarozbest

    camarozbest Member

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    I'm currently looking a buying (believed) a 70 Z28 it does not have the original motor or transmission, and its a Van Nuys built car so no trim tag help it does have the following,
    1) Floor mounted gas pedal
    2) 6500 red line and 8000 RPM Tach
    3) Spacers under the front A-arm bump stops
    4) 1" front sway bar
    5) Coded COZ 12 bolt rear end
    6) Rear sway bar brackets ( missing the sway bar)
    7) 3/8 Fuel line feed and return
    Would a 1970 SS 396 cu. In. 375 hp also have all of the above or can I say for sure that it is a real Z28 as thats what I want.
    All help would be appreciated
     
  2. ronzz572

    ronzz572 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Judging by what you posted. It sounds like you have a real z28, The ss models including the L78 use a different tachometer, sway bars and no floor mounted gas pedal, Also NO bump stop spacers either. Van Nuys camaros usually have a build sheet under the tanks or in the seats under the drivers and or under the seat covers.
     
  3. camarozbest

    camarozbest Member

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    Thanks That helps me with my decision.
     

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