1977 ?

Discussion in '1977 Z28' started by 71Z28RS, Mar 30, 2015.

  1. 71Z28RS

    71Z28RS Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Was at a local wreckers today
    Saw this one , nothing in engine or trans
    But rear end still there ... I managed to get
    The charcoal cannister off it

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    Was power lumbar an option ???

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    Pic of the charcoal cannister



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  2. ls777z

    ls777z Veteran Member

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    I don't believe so...
     
  3. 71Z28RS

    71Z28RS Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I couldn't even tell if it was a z or not
    Maybe a RS ?

    But the seats looked like they came with
    The car ... Interior matches
     
  4. BonzoHansen

    BonzoHansen Administrator Lifetime Gold Member

    kinda looks like ford font on that switch. not a 2nd gen seat
     
  5. camaro lover

    camaro lover Veteran Member

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    our local scrap yards are bare of these cars now. sure am glad i was looking for parts 10 to 15 years ago when they were still plentiful and cheap. i am surprised you would see that in the toronto area. good find though.
     
  6. 71Z28RS

    71Z28RS Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Friend of mine works there and knows to call when a 2 gen
    Comes in

    Came in as a shell and nothing has been taken

    Why is there 2 dots in the trim plate

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    ?
     
  7. BonzoHansen

    BonzoHansen Administrator Lifetime Gold Member

    No idea. You might want to start a thread on that in the vin & trim tag section
     
  8. david.rosol

    david.rosol Veteran Member

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    Not an RS. 77 model RS's had two different paint codes for the upper and lower body color.

    From the trim tag you posted, it's a Norwood built Type LT Originally painted buckskin metallic with custom cloth buckskin interior, built the 5th week of March.
     
  9. severum17

    severum17 New Member

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    Those bolts dont belong it should be riveted.
     
  10. Gary S

    Gary S Administrator Lifetime Gold Member

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    Bolts are correct to attach the trim tag. Rivets were used only from 1970 through mid 1973. Starting during the 1973 production, Chevy switched to bolts so they are right on a '77 model.
     

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