How many 1973s still around today?

Discussion in '1970 - 1973 Specific' started by Shake, Nov 10, 2015.

  1. david.carlton@s

    david.carlton@s Veteran Member

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    I like the bumperettes with the cowl hood. Don't see it often. It works.
     
  2. Crazy4camaro

    Crazy4camaro Veteran Member

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    Greenville SC
    one more 73z 4 speed from SC.
     
  3. mallard

    mallard Veteran Member

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    For me, the 73 LT/RS/Z28 is the nicest second gen Camaro out there. Get rid of the stripes & the Z28 emblems on the fenders and put on the correct "Camaro 350" emblems and yours is PERFECT! All IMHO of course.
     
  4. bdyj

    bdyj New Member

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    Ellington, CT USA
    Put me down for 2
    One drag and one street (hope to see the street again this spring)
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  5. Rich Schmidt

    Rich Schmidt Veteran Member

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    I never owned or cut up a real 73 Z. Aside from the one base model 73 that I mentioned on page 3, I might have cut up one. A few years back I sold a real solid bare shell to a guy who was cutting up his own extremely rotted 73 Z and wanted to put his parts onto it. I guess that counts as one more that is gone. IMO,a high side number would be 10%,and that incudes cars that still exist as non registered race cars,as well as the many stripped shells and derelict cars that are sitting around in driveways andngaragesthat may or may not someday be resurected. Until recently,73's diet have as much value as 70-72's. They never came factory with a bog block,and 73 was chalked up to being after the true muscle car period,so a lot of them shared the same fate as later cars.
     

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