In my OP I was purposely being sarcastic in noting that being an X66 car (supposedly), it had all the style trim components. I did not mention the gills as I know on SS's they had them in both configurations. I see too many "over- restored" examples of X66 and X77 that send a red flag that if the car is restored correctly, the person could have saved $$ not adding what was not there originally. I also see a lot of SS's for sale that do not have the power brake pedal medallion or correct BB X-member. If I was buying, I would be dubious in any claim about a car that lacked obvious details mentioned as being the real deal. Most cars for sale on the net seem to lack in authenticity. I don't mean to pick other's cars apart, but that is why I exclusively read and post to this site. Most here, read, know and understand Camaros with a similar passion that I relate to. On my own car(s), I want all facets to be exact and correct, not just for my own satisfaction, but to lend credence that the car is in fact the real deal. There is a finite segment that care and see it this way. The majority either don't care or refuse to take the time to educate themselves before making false claims in their adds or mis-representations that indicate to me the seller is either ignorant or less than trustworthy in representing their car.