1974 Z28 with 979 miles...pretty cool.

Discussion in 'Original Drivetrain Topic' started by clill, Oct 20, 2017.

  1. masck1

    masck1 Veteran Member

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    Very nice find, welcome to the low mileage club 6777.jpeg
     
  2. COPO

    COPO Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Mid year of ‘74.
     
  3. clill

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    IMG_9837.jpg IMG_9838.jpg IMG_9839.jpg IMG_9844.jpg IMG_9845.jpg IMG_9847.jpg IMG_9848.jpg IMG_9849.jpg IMG_9850.jpg IMG_9851.jpg IMG_9837.jpg IMG_9838.jpg IMG_9839.jpg IMG_9844.jpg IMG_9845.jpg IMG_9847.jpg IMG_9848.jpg IMG_9849.jpg IMG_9850.jpg IMG_9851.jpg Requested pics. Notice orange paint on temp sending unit clip.
     
  4. clill

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  5. 74Z28GC3

    74Z28GC3 Veteran Member

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    Thanks Charlie for posting the temp sending area photos of the valve cover retainer clip/black plastic bracket where the green wire goes through to the temp sender unit. George
     
  6. jimhatz28

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    Wow, I have the same car except mine has the decals. Same color (Metallic Bronze Exterior - Light Saddle Interior), not a LT, but I paid the same price $4600.
    I will download some pics soon. 100 % frame off restoration
     
  7. jimhatz28

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    Wow, I have the same car that I bought new - Same colors - Metallic Bronze Exterior - Light Saddle Interior - not a LT - mine has the decals - Paid the same price $4600.
    100% Frame off restoration - will post some pics
     
  8. Ricks72Z28

    Ricks72Z28 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Charlie,

    Thanks for posting EGR and Diverter pictures.....
     
  9. tjmugg

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    Could look at this post for hours. Oh wait I did!! Thank you for some extremely difficult photos to get. Love the hand full of grease where the E brake cable runs along the floor pan. First time I ever saw buckets with the slight recline. Thanks again.
     
  10. clill

    clill Veteran Member

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    Thanks. It's not often that I get to see a car I can say with confidence that it hasn't been messed with.
     
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