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Old 01-11-2022, 07:59 PM
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At 8.55 minutes in this video, the person talking about this collection says this Camaro is 1 of 2 ZL1 street cars, whichi I recall being discussed in another thread on here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_Wc_m06pG8&t=554s
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That's Al's old car, was an SS350. The clone build was documented on one of the early email lists back in the late 90's.
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The ZL-1 9567 re-creation at BJ 2014

https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Even...REATION-162358
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The ZL-1 9567 re-creation at BJ 2014

https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Even...REATION-162358



That VIN is different that what Kurt references above....so there are at least 2 ZL-1 clones that are black and gold?


from the BJ link above 124379L510204
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We’re the original 2 from gm accounted for or destroyed. Just looked at a pic in Michael lamm’s the great Camaro book.
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Per Chevrolet docs, only one ZL-1 show car was built. They made small styling changes during its time in the sun. Not known to exist.
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There was also this prototype which was at the Pavilions in Scottsdale....once or twice


I think the other prototype was also at Pavilions as well-was discovered in Australia (I could be remembering wrong though?





https://www.1973-76transamconcept.com/history.html


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Here's the car in a later iteration...at Pavilions in 2012. It just came up in my Facebook memories...They changed the front fascia and the rear window area to "make it" a 1976...



https://www.yenko.net/forum/showthre...99#post1578799
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