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Old 10-31-2006, 11:49 PM
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FOR SALE: 1967 Z/28, Butternut Yellow with black vinyl top and interior. Born-with, factory original, numbers matching and correct date coded drivetrain including MO code block, double hump heads, M21 Muncie with VIN and 12 bolt posi w/traction bar. This car is an older restoration (circa 1998) with no documents but previously owned by a sYc member, recently certified by Jerry MacNeish and is car number 170 in the Registery (per Jerry). This is a low option car that runs and drives great. Car also has the correct carburetor, distributor, alternator, starter, exhaust manifolds, alum. intake, fan clutch (incorrect fan blade and a '68 Z/28 water pump), what appears to be the original Harrison radiator, WT master cylinder and early model DF 15" wheels w/repro redlines. I have misplaced the data sheet that I compiled containing all the numbers and dates but will gather the info. for serious prospective buyers. I am posting pics of the pad, which was the subject of an earlier thread posted on this site, along with some older pics but I will post/email recent ones if needed, as soon as I can figure out my digital camera. Everything works except the radio. The undercarriage is clean and all pans/panels are solid. Some detailing of the undercarriage will be required as it appears that whoever did the resto did not do a concourse job in this area. I have completed the punch list compiled by Jerry except installing the correct steering wheel (which I have), the fan blade assembly ($1600+ for one on eBay a while back) and replacing the rear deck lid (currently from a '68 model).
I am not a '67 Z/28 expert nor do I play one on TV; I am representing this car as it has been represented to me by the previous owner and MacNeish and will make his report available to anyone interested. Asking price: $90000.
















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Old 11-01-2006, 02:23 AM
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I know I am going to pay for this comment. What a beautiful car. Do you need a 1969 SS RS Camaro with a 540 to keep the Chevelle company?
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Old 11-01-2006, 05:20 AM
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Good luck with the sale Joe! To be honest, I am very tempted to buy the car back given what I am seeing for sale for $90K these days - and especially since it has the original motor! Someone can enjoy this car as is for a number of years and still be OK after a freshening if they wanted
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Old 11-01-2006, 06:51 AM
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I am not a '67 Z/28 expert nor do I play one on TV

[/ QUOTE ] ...I think it looks excellent in Butternut too.
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Old 11-01-2006, 08:18 AM
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Am I seeing that right. Motor V0703MO (July 3rd) Trim Tag 06E (Fifth week in June). Was the motor built after the body???

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Old 11-01-2006, 09:05 AM
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The M and the O are at different angles,and at different heights than the V0703 and also to each other ,were the 67 Zs engine suffix hand stamped ??
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Old 11-01-2006, 06:36 PM
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Am I seeing that right. Motor V0703MO (July 3rd) Trim Tag 06E (Fifth week in June). Was the motor built after the body???

According to MacNeish, this is correct and not uncommon, I had the same question. The pad stamping has been looked at by numerous, knowledgeable people and determined correct. As I said, this pad was the subject of a thread a few months ago when someone interested in the car posted a copy on the site, asking the same questions as 427king did.


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There are numerous examples of the engine suffix being uneven with '67 Z's. In fact, I can't say that I have ever seen a real stamping that wasn't a little off. Jerry's book shows a couple of examples...
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Old 11-01-2006, 06:44 PM
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Thanks Mark for the offer but I am trying to divest myself of a few vehicles and the Z is beautiful but it does not fit in with my SS BB collection. I already have a '70 RS/SS L78 Camaro under resto.
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Old 11-01-2006, 07:47 PM
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Can someone post the prior stamp thread mentioned? Any known reason why the vin tag has a std pop rivet.

Looks like a cool car.


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