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Old 08-29-2018, 01:00 AM
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Default Restored '69 RS/Z Crossram, Expensive

Nice car but $120k is solid COPO territory. Would be interesting to see what kind of docs this one has.

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Hate to start taking pot shots at such a pretty car, but there is a lot to pick at considering the asking price.

Besides, cross ram with manifolds and smog?
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Nice car but $120k is solid COPO territory. Would be interesting to see what kind of docs this one has.

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Jim @ Heartbeat has a restored X-77 w/X-Ram listed on his website @ $184,995
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Old 08-29-2018, 11:15 AM
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Agree with you, Lynn, numerous detail issues. Hard to see it scoring 994/1000 at National level as the listing states; wonder what the event and class was.
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Nice car but $120k is solid COPO territory. Would be interesting to see what kind of docs this one has.

How could it a "numbers matching car" unless they have the POP?
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The ad states "added options" for the cross ram and hood. That is one of those vague statements that I despise. Does that mean the original buyer checked those boxes on the order form or that somewhere in the last 40+ years someone "added" those options to the car? If the latter, than you are buying a nice RS Z with a ~10K manifold, carb and hood (depending on those authenticity) additions. Without original docs, there is no proof.
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The cross ram & hood were never options. They were over the counter at the parts department. In the VCCA world, this is considered a modified vehicle or personalized vehicle & would not be judged as a restored vehicle....Joe
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Car was on ebay back in 2002 in AZ. Not an RS and none of the drivetrain was original.
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Agree with you, Lynn, numerous detail issues. Hard to see it scoring 994/1000 at National level as the listing states; wonder what the event and class was.
Maybe the 6 point deduction was for the chy- neeze brake booster.
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Car was on ebay back in 2002 in AZ. Not an RS and none of the drivetrain was original.

Yikes!! thanks Kurt.....
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