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1970 Z/28 Numbers Matching drive train, M-22, 350/360, 373 positrac, all original with one repaint, 63,000 miles.

1973 NOM 350 700R4

This is my driver, my Staturday night cruiser

1969 Z/28 302 M22 410 positrac DZ date code block with 186 heads and sold to me as original drive train by second owner but no documentation but casting numbers and dates are correct. X33 car with console with gauge package. Middle car has been mine for 43 years, second owner with all original drive train, currently power by a RAMJET crate engine with fuel injection 350/350 with a Muncie M20. ZL1 purchased new in 2012. Currently has 7700 miles. 6 speed car.

Scary fast even with the traction control on! 580 hp 6 speed! Gets loose in 3rd without clutch, just gas on fresh concrete. Drove it home from Houston in record time.

440 NOM 727 with 323 suregrip

1970 Z/28 Matching Numbers 350/360 RS with 400 turbo and 373 positrac and 71,000 original miles. True rally sport car with documentation.

1966 Barracuda with original 273 HIPO with auto on floor with console, black interior. 72,000 original miles on a west coast car.

Numbers Matching 1973 Z/28 with RS package and 4 speed

7 time super Chevy winner, AACA 1st place winner summer 2015

454 400 turbo positrac

Original 36,600 mile car unrestored

Unrestored 47,000 mile car with 5.7 WS6 option


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azmusclecar on Dec 28, 2014 said:

Wow..what a collection......I'd love to have a toybox with all those in it.

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ghpcnm on Jan 4, 2015 said:

That yellow '70 is my favorite. I'm a Ford man, but I must say that's a fine looking stable of Bow Ties.

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69Z28bowtieSSman on Jul 13, 2015 said:

Thank you, look for a Boss 302 to show up some day!

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azmusclecar on May 5, 2015 said:

This is like trying to choose your favorite flavor of ice cream.............uhhhhhhhhhh....hmmmmmmmm.......geeeeeeeee........wow..................uhhhhhhhhhhhh.........let's see now.............uhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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69Z28bowtieSSman on Jul 13, 2015 said:

Still looking for that perfect vette to add to the collection, wanting a 65 396 4 speed vette!

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azmusclecar on Jul 13, 2015 said:

Funny thing is, many may not appreciate that Firebird but I have always loved the look and the stance and wheels on the Formula 350 WS6. I read some car magazines on how to get some more ponies out of the engine. I just think they got the rear spoiler right, the wheels I have always loved and the smoothed nose. The ones I usually find have been run in to the ground and then some.

I just got my 64 back from rear and tranny transplant and I am in LOVE with my car again. 3.36 rear with M20 wide ratio.....65 on the highway the 327 is breathing a healthy 2750 rpms. I need to get it out and drive it more before we know it, ol' man winter will be knocking in the door.

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azmusclecar on Jan 13, 2016 said:

I just visited your eye candy store again......my eyes are watering.............

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