1974 Z28 with 979 miles...pretty cool.

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  1. clill

    clill Veteran Member

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  2. BonzoHansen

    BonzoHansen Administrator Lifetime Gold Member

    This is great, thanks for sharing.
     
  3. l16pilot

    l16pilot Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Wow Charley....that is amazing. I especially love that the car was not undercoated...I don't know how you find these gems, but sure glad you do and really appreciate you taking the time and energy to document the details!
     
  4. 70-camaro

    70-camaro Veteran Member

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    Very nice time capsule. Valuable pics for any 74 owner.
     
  5. clill

    clill Veteran Member

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    The window trim clip was laying on the back seat. No sign of it ever being installed. Probably fell there during assembly and never left.
     
  6. twozs

    twozs Veteran Member

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    not bad for 73 owners too . some thing i see on that car are similar to 73 for sure .
     
  7. 74BIBELOT

    74BIBELOT Veteran Member

    WOW!
    Thanks for take the time to share this time capsule car with us!!
    Looks like a 02C car??
    Regards
     
  8. McCune

    McCune Veteran Member

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    That alternator pulley is different. Cool car with lots of patina, I like the rust flakes from the steering box cover bolts.
     
  9. McCune

    McCune Veteran Member

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    With a Muncie.
    • Borg-Warner 4 speed replaces Muncie in January 74
     
  10. flowjoe

    flowjoe Moderator Staff Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    That's uber-cool Charley...would love to hear how this one ended up preserved and under 1000 miles.
     

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