First off I want to congratulate those responsible for this site. Further, I want to thank the informed posters who have shared their information here. I think I've learned about as much about my 74 Z28 in the last few months from this site, than I have in the 31 years that I've owned it. It was originally purchased new in Manitoba Canada, then found it's way to Alberta. I bought it in 1984 and brought it back to Saskatchewan, where I live and have had it ever since. However, I have a bit of a goofy problem albeit quite small in the overall scheme of things. My car is a 74 Type LT Z28. According to the trim tag, it was built during the second week in April, 1974. It's has the T10 Transmission and is/was a points car. The tag discloses correctly that it's a 75 paint code medium red (which it is) however, it also says it has a "776" interior. Now, according to my searches, this code means it's supposed to have black vinyl with white inserts. It does not. It's black with black inserts. One of the things that sold me on the car in the first place was the lower mileage (46,000 then, 56,000 now) and the relatively unmolested stock appearing interior. As I've had another 74 Z type LT before, the interior appeared totally correct. Now I'm wondering how it could have a different interior (albeit stock) than what the trim tag says. (admittedly I wouldn't care much for a red car with a black and white interior, would look too much like a barber pole) Any ideas? (one that made me wonder was could the car have been built with the wrong interior than what the customer had ordered and somehow the dealer had to "make it right").