"Barn Find" 1971 Z28 I inherited, looking for info.

Discussion in '1970 - 1973 Specific' started by Squeaky192, Aug 19, 2014.

  1. 67restoproj

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    congrats on the new car!! it looks in beautiful shape! keep it original jmo
     
  2. Squeaky192

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    Family is bringing the car down this weekend. :) My brother sent me this pic earlier, I'm excited.

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  3. Squeaky192

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    Brother sent me this pic. Getting really excited.

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  4. zfool

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    Ahh you don't want that old thing, have him drop it in MN lol.
     
  5. Squeaky192

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    It's never been that far north. :p

    I looked up the house my uncle bought it from on Google Street View in Long Beach, CA, kinda cool to see.
     
  6. 70-SS/RS-L78

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    Squeaky192 that is one Bad Ass ride you have there, Good luck with what ever bullet your going to put in her. She looks good with the flame red truck.
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  7. 70-SS/RS-L78

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    That is how a Chevy guy tows his car...
    This is how the Ford Guy tows car.
    Mark
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  8. Squeaky192

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    Update and some pics. Worked on the car a little bit when I had a chance before my family took off. All build sheets and such were gone, but the car is matching numbers. :) Glad I can verify it being a true Z car now, although it was pretty obvious it was.

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    Interior was gross, 20 years of being a field mouse village didn't help the scent, so I got it all the carpet out and tossed as it will be getting the correct black interior.
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    I was curious and didn't look into it, what is the silver piece in this image?
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    Pulled the valve covers and everything looked surprisingly good.
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    Matching numbers.
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    Few shots of the rust on the quarter and fender.
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  9. Budz

    Budz Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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  10. jlsug

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    the silver piece is called fuel separator assy, it was installed by fisher body, by the way nice find
     

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