« Last post by bcmiller on May 25, 2016, 07:04:44 PM »
We are still looking for people to submit Feature Car photos and a short write-up. Send me a PM if interested. Thanks!
We also have to keep in perspective that just because something is low production, that doesn't always equate to more money either. As much as I love Pontiacs (I have one and my father bought his GTO new) the 64's and 65's haven't really been big money cars. When it comes to Pontiacs it's the round port motor stuff that are the stronger sellers.
Popularity also plays a big roll in price, and 69 Camaros usually hover around the top of that list. I agree however, and I've said this many times myself, with 20,302 69 Z's built, it's not a rare car by any means and it astonishes me the money these things bring. It has more to do with it's popularity, and the Z28 heritage/history is pretty cool. The first gen Z's also got something that even GM's prestigious corvettes didn't get so that makes them unique in their own right.
Nothing wrong with 67-68's either in my book, I'd own one.
I would make sure that the filter is correct. That pic (not sure if its the angle or what) doesnt show that it has a return line..I thought the same thing. The print is in different spots on different filters though and at the odd angle they took the pic at (probably for flash), you can't see the nipple for the return. As long as it's a real GF432, it has to have it. If not, they'll be getting it back....