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'69 Z28 on Forgeline ZX3R's

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Man , that looks bitchin' to say the least...i love the colour with those wheels.. a very refreshing combo... great vision !

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Excellent. Really nice to see something cool and different. Is that butternut or cream?
Either way it looks delicious.

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Excellent. Really nice to see something cool and different. Is that butternut or cream?
Either way it looks delicious.
The paint color is Dover White. I guess I should wash it if it looks like Butternut Yellow. : )
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Sizes of rims and tires? Or did you post that up in the other thread...
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Sizes of rims and tires? Or did you post that up in the other thread...
Fronts are 18x8" 245-40-18
Rears are 19x9.5" 275-35-19
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Love it Neil...

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Neil looks like it is doing a buck siting still.... SWEET !!!

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The paint color is Dover White. I guess I should wash it if it looks like Butternut Yellow. : )
It was just the lighting. I love the stance. I had one new in 69 and that is how they came.
Everyone wanted to jack them up. I had a friend buy a regular coupe and we parked side by side and my Z was about 1.5 inches lower at the roof.

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