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Re: Another Black 69 Z28
« Reply #15 on: February 21, 2021, 10:15:36 PM »
The Black 69 Z28 from post #4  124379L518535

Engine: V0331DZ assembly date, 618 block, cast C219, special performance 302-290 hp V-8, original engine to vehicle
Transmission: P9D08A assm date, #3925660 case, vin stamped 19N628593, correct replacement Muncie 4-spd M20
transmission, not original to vehicle
Rear Axle: BV0225G1 assm date, 12-bolt rear axle, positract 4.10 ratio, casting date A39, #860NF, original axle to vehicle
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Something is wrong. 9L518535 is a blue car and LOS. The car in the Hemmings ad is 124379N628593 X77 NOR car.
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Re: Another Black 69 Z28
« Reply #16 on: February 22, 2021, 12:36:12 AM »
Vin in post 15 is not for the black Z with red interior.
1969 Z28, Burgandy, numbers matching, 12,900 miles
1968 RS 327 4 speed
1967 Plymouth GTX Hemi, 4 speed, dana
1961 Chrysler 300G convertible

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Re: Another Black 69 Z28
« Reply #17 on: February 22, 2021, 01:34:40 AM »
My apologies, Kurt is correct. Looking at 2 Z28's for a friend. Kurt if possible please correct the VIN in my previous post.
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Re: Another Black 69 Z28
« Reply #18 on: February 23, 2021, 06:48:59 PM »
The black Z28 going to Greensboro is a nice car.  Not concourse perfect but does have nice paint and original engine and rear axle.  Black with red interior is very, very rare.  This car should break the bank.  Last fall, a driver LS6 with everything wrong including replacement trans and rear axle went for $135k there. 

Many clients are telling me that investors and collectors are back in full force with collectable commodities with the new administration in the white house.

The Greensboro auction has been picking up steam too.     

Get out the popcorn,

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Re: Another Black 69 Z28
« Reply #20 on: February 24, 2021, 01:25:44 AM »
One of my customers is there on the regular sending me photos of paperwork asking me to verify cars

That is a killer color combo... it looks so nice.
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Re: Another Black 69 Z28
« Reply #21 on: February 27, 2021, 09:21:37 PM »
This Z28 just hammered at $127k plus the 10%.  Not bad for a much smaller auction house. 

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Re: Another Black 69 Z28
« Reply #22 on: February 27, 2021, 09:27:34 PM »
126,000 and it looked like someone in house bought it.  That would be 8%, phone bidder was 10%.  They got 11% for online but pretty sure it was not online
1969 Z28, Burgandy, numbers matching, 12,900 miles
1968 RS 327 4 speed
1967 Plymouth GTX Hemi, 4 speed, dana
1961 Chrysler 300G convertible

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Re: Another Black 69 Z28
« Reply #23 on: March 01, 2021, 01:39:30 AM »
That was not too bad of a deal for both the buyer and seller.
 
The car is pretty correct as far as finishes etc, I am not sure on pinch point bolts etc however when looking at it - only thing I can't see are the radiator rails - whether they are correct, I cant see the carb numbers etc.  Of course it's had style trim added - but it looks really good with it. And where you going to find a Black on Red 69 Z with it's original drive train?
all I can nit pick are a few finish issues -master cyl - paint the Arm washers and bolts -

Personally I would add and a full set of NOS ball joints and Tie rods - and find a mint original red interior or at least door panels and the car would be one of the nicer and more correct restorations.

FWIW When I look at what a car like this sells for I always look for what it would take to correct major items within the paint, stripes, then under car finishes on floors and rails which would take major disassembly to correct - this car really needs little so far as disassembly to correct. 

It brings back some really good memories... I really want to take a M20 4.10 Z out and wind it to 6500 in 2nd.   
James
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Re: Another Black 69 Z28
« Reply #24 on: March 01, 2021, 04:01:18 AM »
It did not have the factory transmission which to me isnt as big as the engine but I did have a problem with the floors being replaced and no drain holes.  wonder what other sheet metal had been replaced?
It really needed the springs changed and I believe the wheels were repops.  Not major things but you hate to get a car that looks that nice on the outside and have to start changing stuff
1969 Z28, Burgandy, numbers matching, 12,900 miles
1968 RS 327 4 speed
1967 Plymouth GTX Hemi, 4 speed, dana
1961 Chrysler 300G convertible

 

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