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Default Red 1967 Z28 in Alberta on ebay

Anyone know the history on this one?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1967-Chevro...torefresh=true
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That’s right here in my back yard. I’ve never seen the car... thanks for pointing it out.
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Subject VIN 124377N210105
No Dealer info or real details of incorrect engine etc also lots noted as 'correct' so listing could've been better if all genuine?
Hoping Jon M. knows this one?

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Were 67 Z28's available with a 3.31 rear axle?
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Don’t know Bill, but I don’t think any of the drivetrain is original in that car. Looks clean enough...would make a fun driver at the right price.
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I heard back from the seller’s agent, and they do not have the POP, nor any other documentation. No idea of the selling dealer either. Without any original drivetrain components, I guess their claim of it being a Z28 hinges on the trim tag...

Seller is looking for $68.8k firm.
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From the add; Restored as Original 67 RPO Z/28, 302 ci. 290 hp. 4-Speed V8 Hardtop Sport Coupe
True Bolero Red Z, 1 of 602, restored as original, dosen't say it started out as one of the original 602.
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It was owned by a different guy in Canada who restored it circa 2007. He said it came out of Georgia. There was no original drivetrain in it and no P-O-P at that time.
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From the add; Restored as Original 67 RPO Z/28, 302 ci. 290 hp. 4-Speed V8 Hardtop Sport Coupe
True Bolero Red Z, 1 of 602, restored as original, dosen't say it started out as one of the original 602.
It says True Bolero Red Z. Yes, I believe it is stating it started out as one of the original 602.


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hate to say not possible, but I have never seen a 3.31 in a first gen Z.

3.73 standard, 4.10 performance, and I THOUGHT 3.55 economy (there's a euphamism).

Several 4.56 around. Never seen a 3.31.

There is a chart somewhere showing what was available, but I can't find it right now.

To add to the confusion, there is very little dealer order info, as the Z/28 was a bit late to the dance in 67.

Can't imagine it being too fun to drive with a 3.31 rear.
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