No ,shipped as a console/stripe delete "Plane Jane" Z ( per # 1 owner) however I have found some discrepancies in the story ,anyway #2 added the hideaways (circa 67) ,lower valiance , cowl hood with RS release , 4:88's.
Options were fold down back seat , " off road cam " , 4:10's or 11's always mix with Ford. Dealer installed Sun Tac in fuel gauge location, supposed headers ordered and supplied with delivery but they are 1 3/4 super comp hookers , who knows ,period correct. Very low stamp. Also I spoke years ago with the man who shot the cowl hood in 69 when it arrived at the dealer(ohio). The flat hood is striped, the rest of the car was dead on per the assembly manual and CHP reference down to the overspray--many pics and measurements have been taken by my paint man to replicate the " imperfections " from the factory. If it was shot after delivery ,my guy said it was done perfect to match. Technically as far as "stock " goes with this one ,it rolled under it's own power from Norwood to the trailer ,off the trailer into the dealer ( Detroit ) and driven to Ohio ( pump was off and manifolds plugged before it left Michigan)---it has always been a car to enjoy ,and no it's 1/4 mile days are not quite done just yet. Honestly shy of the GM rear ring/pinion gears these Z's and 302's can take a ton of abuse the way they rolled off the line .--taking one down in the mid-high 12's is nothing more than a brisk walk for it---with a few things done for safety. They were mid 11 cars with head work and stump pulling rear gear ratios. I think the point bounce acted as a rev limiter ,and when that problem was solved , some met there demise. They are hard pulling engines in the upper R's that do not go "flat". With no restraint one could be over spun. What Jerry is doing with that 67 is something to be appreciated. 11's are one thing--no easy task putting a "heavy' cast iron 2.02 car in the low 10's. Banging gears none the less. And yes my rods have been shot peened.