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Discussion in 'Original Drivetrain Topic' started by DarrenX33, Aug 8, 2010.
I have one. original motor not original trans. some day I'll redo the whole thing but for now I just drive it and have fun. ed
Hey that's pretty cool. I don't subscribe or usually buy that magazine so I wasn't aware of that article, probably to late to get one now... Looks like the photographer was on a ladder?
That number of 12 was on a temporary sign I made for the show last fall. It was just an educated estimate on my part. No one really knows how may original born with engine cars are still around so don't use that number as fact.
Yeah I also have original motor, but I tore a drive-shaft in half and when it let loose it broke the trans case up pretty bad.
So I had to replace the tail housing, and main housing...and then after I tried putting it back in, I found out the main shaft was bent, so had to pull it back out AGAIN.
Wish I would have kept that case, it had M22 on it, even though the window sticker said M21.
I have one too!!! M-21, COO 4.10's also. Can we get to 13??
Absolutely stunning...and without the spoiler so stealth...my ultimate Gen 2.
I have a L34 RS SS car that came with a 70 L 78 ,, like aD/ass i sold the heads for 2000.00 $$$ trying to git aset together now I know of !more about 10 miles from here Black rs 4 speed 4.10 been it this mans shop for over 20 years ,, good buddy of mine will try to git some pics of it ..
1970 L78 Values
Finally found a site that has values listed for the 1970 L78 Camaro's....
Value has gone up...
Actually looks pretty correct.
That HAGERTY estimator description did not mention born with (or w/o)
drivetrain as being a value indicator. We all know there is a huge difference
in these values based on
1) Born with eng/trans (VIN matches body VIN)
2) C/E engine (with docs)
3) Correctly dated correctly coded replacement eng
4) Correctly coded, wrong dated