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Jerry did my Intake, valve covers, alt, steering box, hood hinges, dist, etc etc....   He's the man.  Worry free.

1969 - Orphans / Re: 1969 documentation list
« on: April 06, 2007, 07:47:28 PM »
I was just curious to see what car was in front of mine on the line and if it was for the same dealership.

Maintenance / Re: Valve lash adjustment 69 Z28
« on: April 05, 2007, 03:10:14 PM »
Got it. Thank you for that link.


Maintenance / Valve lash adjustment 69 Z28
« on: April 05, 2007, 01:08:58 AM »
What is the factory valve lash for the intake and exhaust valves on my 1969 Z28 with the original motor and solid lifter cam?

Thanks in advance,


1969 - Orphans / Re: 1969 documentation list
« on: April 04, 2007, 05:21:10 PM »
I own car 9N631348  one car later. Mine is a 1969  Daytona Yellow Z28 out of Wisconsin.

Can you give me some info on the paper work of the Orphan.

Thanks, David Brecher

Originality / Re: Glove compartment light
« on: March 21, 2007, 07:03:06 PM »
My 69 Z28 with custom  B &W Houndstooth has a glove box light.


Restoration / Re: Dash pad screws
« on: March 07, 2007, 05:13:30 PM »
How about the 4 that attach the pad to the gauge cluster?

Thank you in advance David

Restoration / Re: Dash pad screws
« on: March 07, 2007, 02:28:08 PM »
Sorry 1969 Z28.   Are the side screws stainless trim screws or black phillips head with small roatating attached washer?

Restoration / Dash pad screws
« on: March 06, 2007, 10:21:32 PM »
What are the correct screws that fasten the dash pad to the side of the dash?

Thanks, David

General Discussion / Looking for and old friend
« on: October 18, 2005, 05:48:11 PM »
Hi, I was directed to this site by Jerry MacNeish.  I'm trying to locate my 1969 Z/28 that I restored back in 1984-85  and sold in 1988 at Carlisle to Dixie Motors Billy Cones a car dealer in Virginia. He sold it at Auction 2 years later to Beach Auto in Virginia who sold it to a police officer in Viginia Beach . Jerry suggested I might try posting the information on this site and someone might know or own the car. I have all the restoration photos, VHS tape of completed car, All numbers cataloged and previous title copy and ICCA trophies for this car. I purchased this very original Daytona Yellow w/ Black/white houndstooth interior in 1984 and proceeded  a 10 month rotisserie restoration. I have collected vintage Corvettes for 26 years and the restoration was a NCRS Top Flight equivalent of today's standards. This car was fully documented with POP, owner history including my purchase bill of sale and maintance log book. I showed the car only once at the 1986 ICCA Camaro Nationals in Pocono, PA and cleaned up.  Best stock Z/28, Best Restoration and Best engine. The Judges and the people couldn't stay away from this car.This car was also featured in Muscle car magazine as a shootout car against the new Z/28 at Raceway Park in Englishtown.
Here is all the infomation on the car.

Car was sold new at East Side Chevrolet stamped on Protecto Plate book.  The Owners manual bag has a P-783 number written on it.

The Vin # 124379N631348

Cowl tag ST 69 12437NOR304694
TR 713  76 B Pnt
04C   X77

Original Block V0403DZ    19N631348
Casting # 3932388
Casting Date B-21-9

Intake 3932472

Carb 3923289-DZ
List 4058

Fan 914087  A69

Trans # P9D 10B  19N631348  3925660

Bell housing 3858403

Rearend 3894860NF
BU 0415G2  E

Voltage Regulator 12V  N 1119
9C 515

Alt 1100837  37A  9D 3 12V

Coil  298 BR

Wheels K-1-9

Master Cyl 5468309

ORIGINAL UNRESTORED  AIR PUMP removed when car was new and reinstalled during restoration.
Options Rose wood wheel, Cowl hood, Bumper Gaurds , Black Vinyl top.

I removed the vinyl top and added bright trim group.  This car was restored with all GM parts available over the counter back in the 80's. 

I will pay finders fee of $1000.00 if I can purchase the car back.  Please email with info or call me direct at 954 476 2698. Thank you David Brecher

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