Join Date: Jul 2000
Location: Albany, Oregon USA
sclouse - To answer your last question I sold one of my '69 Z's about a year ago that was nicely restored, was a desirable color (Hugger) and had a non # matching 302 for $17,200. My friend just sold a non # '69 RS Z/28 in good driver condition with lots of options for $22,000. Both these cars were X33 Norwood built cars so there was no question that they were real cars... just missing their original blocks. Hope this helps.
1969 RS-Z/28: Matching #'s DZ302, M20, 3.73, Tuxedo Black, Deluxe Black Interior, Factory Tach, Clock and Console Gauges, PS, Rear Defrost, Spoilers, ZL2 Special Ducted Hood.
1969 SS: Matching # 350/300, M20 4-spd, 3.55 12-bolt posi, Daytona Yellow, Black Houndstooth, Factory Gauges, Spoilers, etc.
'85 Z/28, Rare Factory Yellow, 355 TPI w/ Crane Compu-Cam 2040, Crane adjustable fuel pressure regulator, 22# Injectors, TPIS Airfoil, K&N filters, Hypertech ThermoMaster Stage 2 Chip for '85 Vette, 160 Degree Thermostat, DynoMax Cat Back Exhaust, Rebuilt/Updated 700R4 w/shift kit, 3.23 posi rearend.
69 SS #'s Matching 396, TH400, Cortez Silver, Black Houndstooth, Gauges, Remote Mirror, etc.