Author Topic: restamped distributor  (Read 4677 times)

wisemanz28

  • Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 193
    • View Profile
Re: restamped distributor
« Reply #15 on: April 24, 2010, 05:44:01 AM »
I've just spent the last 6 months researching the history of my 69 Z28. Like most Z28,s of that era it was driven hard with not much concern about original parts, but what survived was the drivetrain.
I can't afford buying all original nos parts, dist., alt. starter, etc., but I can afford a restamped part. I would never pass any restamped part as original. I didn't mean to mislead any of the CRG members with my post.

zman1969

  • Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 119
    • View Profile
Re: restamped distributor
« Reply #16 on: August 04, 2010, 05:40:45 PM »

I can't afford buying all original nos parts, dist., alt. starter, etc., but I can afford a restamped part. I would never pass any restamped part as original.
I'm in the same boat I'd like to put mine back original as possible but the date code thing makes mine hard- late 69 build -I just dont see much available for them. all the parts you list above are rediculous on Fleabay sorry I cant see 1k plus for a points distributor for original #s if thats the only difference is what its stamped on it
Rich

69 RS/Z DZ302 Daytona bumble bee
69 T/A clone LS6/6sp
69 Nova SS 396