1973 Z28 LT 4speed project roller

Discussion in 'Camaros for Sale' started by NittanyZ, Apr 29, 2017.

  1. sprink

    sprink Veteran Member

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    I read what you said, but if you decide to break it up, I'd be interested in the exhaust manifolds if #s work out.
    Good luck with sale.
     
  2. NittanyZ

    NittanyZ New Member

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    UPDATE**** I have decided to pull it from the market. Bought this car and never dug in to it, just shoved it into storage for almost 9 years. After yanking the funky house carpet and removing original tar boards, the floors are almost perfect with the exception of rear set well rust out that affected the frame rail below. The other side is perfect. The rest of the rear frame rails are perfectly intact...should be easy fix. Trunk and drop offs proved almost perfectly intact once the misc parts yanked out. The former owner in AZ sold this car short as a rusty crusty car...I took him at his word. I’m going to regroup and most likely restore it given all the rare parts I have. Thanks to all those who had interest in car and or parts.
     
  3. bodymanbill

    bodymanbill Veteran Member

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    Good decision, going to be a cool resto. I'm doing a 73 Z LT myself
     
  4. NittanyZ

    NittanyZ New Member

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    Any leads on finding that rocker/door aluminum strip? I don’t think anyone makes them. Good luck with yours as well!
     
  5. bodymanbill

    bodymanbill Veteran Member

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    I see them pop up on some Camaro parts pages im on on Facebook every once in a while. They are the same on all Type Lts up to around 78 or so. You can also put an add here on the swap meet forum, someone has them. Your right about no one repops them
     

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