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Old 02-22-2021, 03:25 AM
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Default '74 #s Z/28, Mostly Orig Paint, Nice Price

I'd have already hit the buy-it-now if I wasn't already out of room here. Seems like a nice deal for a '74 4-speed Z with mostly original paint- wouldn't be surprised to see this one flipped in a few weeks.

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Old 02-22-2021, 03:49 AM
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Yes agree, surprised it hasn't already been scooped up. Seems like a solid deal at that price if auction description is accurate.
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Old 02-22-2021, 06:45 AM
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Where would a fella shop for “TURBO-TECH” radials? Asking for a friend . . .
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under 20 doesn't buy much anymore. I have a 74Z and love it. they are great running cars with a 4speed and 3:73 gearing.
I say just buy it Tony!!
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It includes a Eagles' Hotel California tape too!

What's up with the driver's window gap?
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I talked to the guy. No paperwork and not much detail. Might want to inspect in person!
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Where would a fella shop for “TURBO-TECH” radials? Asking for a friend . . .
I'm guessing somewhere in TN or VA....

And sorry, seller, but that is not the "original" radio/8 track that's in the car. Car does look pretty decent for the asking price.
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Old 02-22-2021, 08:01 PM
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Seems like it's mostly there. A few tweeks here and there. Replace the front grille and clean the headlight bezels up. I'd probably try to repaint the wheels closer to the stock gray. I wonder why the stripe is missing off the deck lid? Agreed, price is not bad.
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Not a lot to go on here. Body condition and then drivetrain originality are key.
No pics of anything crucial like the stampings, even the cowl tag would be nice to see.

It looks to me like it definitely needs some work.
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Although the price is reasonable, I would put some eyes on it, looks like rear lower quarter is aerating.? These are fun cars as mentioned, I had a 77 Z 350 4spd, handled really well, enough go to make you smile, good burnouts...
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