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Default '68 Z/28 Project, #s 302, POP

Neat project with a POP from Creamons Chevrolet in Eustis, FL (that also has a stamp from Gates Chevrolet in IN...very weird)

Bidding is already up to $33k - will be watching this one.

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My 69 has a 03D tag and engine built on my dad’s birthday. This 68 is a 03C. Engine built on my dad’s birthday. I need to ignore signs like that!!
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My 69 has a 03D tag and engine built on my dadís birthday. This 68 is a 03C. Engine built on my dadís birthday. I need to ignore signs like that!!
Unbeknownst to me when I bought it, but my '66 Chevelle SS chassis was assembled on my birthday. It's possible the car was entirely built and finished on that day.

When I got the Canadian docs on my '70 Chevelle SS, it was built the day before and shipped on my birthday, which is also the month before I graduated from HS. I consider it my belated HS gift...
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It's possible the car was entirely built and finished on that day.
Took a lot longer than that to build a car!
It took about two days (four shifts) for a body to go through the Fisher Body system, and another day and a half (three shifts) to go through the Chevrolet system.
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Kurt, You just took all the fun out of this thread.......
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I've never looked at the frame on the '70 to see if it has a build date stamp to compare to the docs. Now I'm curious as to the time spread. Seems this was a much slower process than what I experienced at the ford plant.
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I just read the ad and the car is in the process of a frame off restoration. Its too bad, the interior looked nice and I might have drove it like it was. So from what I am reading the car is not in the shape the pictures show.
I called this place, north of Orlando, a couple years ago on a 70 Z they had. Between the 70 and a silver 69 Z they had, these guys were not experts on Camaros. I would be cautious buying something after they restored it. I am in Florida and better I stay south of Orlando
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Gotcha, I agree, it would have been much more tempting if it were still together.

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I just read the ad and the car is in the process of a frame off restoration. Its too bad, the interior looked nice and I might have drove it like it was. So from what I am reading the car is not in the shape the pictures show.
I called this place, north of Orlando, a couple years ago on a 70 Z they had. Between the 70 and a silver 69 Z they had, these guys were not experts on Camaros. I would be cautious buying something after they restored it. I am in Florida and better I stay south of Orlando
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