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« on: March 12, 2007, 08:37:16 AM »

I would like to see  Shocked if any one know's  if this engine is still around ? or a date correct   69 DZ 302 build date on cowl tag decoded is 69 sport coupe, norwood ,october-4th week,no trim code .   I believe that it is a Z28 car 3/8's fule line mount's on rear of frame for dual exhuast system . list of other parts wanted are the 4speed transmission, protect-o-plate,rear end , some interior part's.  the is   VIN# 9N532236  here's one more Z28 for the Registry  if you think you can help me thank's
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« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2007, 12:53:19 PM »

4ZNOW -

The vin would be helpful since it is on the protect-o-plate.  There is also a partial vin stamped on the engine block and transmission case.  Posting your vin would increase your chances of finding your original parts, just watch out for fakes!   Smiley

Paul
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