Looking for 73 LT

Discussion in 'Camaros Wanted' started by PalmbchZ28, May 31, 2017.

  1. PalmbchZ28

    PalmbchZ28 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Just in case you guys have one ... I seen this ad in this months Antique Automobile magazine. IMG_20170531_044932286~3.jpg
     
  2. bodymanbill

    bodymanbill Veteran Member

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    I have the exact car but mines also a Z, but not for sale. My car is also originally from Virginia
     
  3. CamarosRus

    CamarosRus Veteran Member

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    Is 1973 Code 26 DARK Blue same as 70,71,72 Code 26 Mulsanne Blue ?????

    I have my 73' Project, Code 29 Midnight Blue Metallic that I'm wanting to
    paint a more popular RESALE Blue ??????

    Project is already "losing" the Vinyl Top ????
     
  4. bodymanbill

    bodymanbill Veteran Member

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    Code 26 in 73 is a medium blue it's close to Mulsanne blue just a little different, i wish mine was the darker code 29
     
  5. CamarosRus

    CamarosRus Veteran Member

    BodymanBill, I know your a pro who owns a shop.............While my above 73 Camaro will
    look somewhat original and stock its not a true "restoration".....

    I'm questioning IF I should:

    1) Use the original paint code 29 Midnight Blue Metallic
    2) Something similar that Ive seen on new Kia, or Chev P.U. Blue
    3) Or another Blue all together.....a more medium brighter blue
    4) Add Z-28 Black Stripes (not Z 28 badges) 106063727tk.jpeg 20131017_160631.jpg 106063727tk.jpeg Richard Boothby   Cherokee, Iowa.jpg Show & Cruise Thumbs_-43-XL.jpg

    Im restoring this Camaro to flip for max $$$ and Im betting my buyers
    will want most popular BLUE vs Original Blue...
     
  6. billkrz

    billkrz New Member

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    Thanks PalmbchZ28 for posting my ad! I also placed it in Hemmings and the Vintage Chevrolet Club. I am serious about obtaining one to match the car I ordered originally in 1973. I've only had one serious contact but it was a 4-sp though it was a Z-28 which would be fine.
    Please feel free to offer suggestions as to where to look. I've also contacted over 100 Classic Car dealers who advertise in Hemmings and AutoBuy.
    Best Regards, Bill
     
  7. dale68z

    dale68z Veteran Member

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    Wow it looks like my beater 73 LT. Same color, same wheels. But mine was a 350 3 speed. Now a 383 6 speed. Still retains it's original paint.
     
  8. billkrz

    billkrz New Member

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    Thanks for keeping an eye out for me. This car needs to much work for me but I appreciate you mentioning it.
    Bill
     
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  9. ssupercoolss

    ssupercoolss Veteran Member

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    Call me crazy, but i'm a fan of vinyl tops. Why? i dont know. maybe because you dont see them anymore. Some color combos dont look as good as others, but i do like blue with a black top.
     

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