Yeah I didn't mirror the site because it seemed sketchy, and all that data was supposed to be from the confirmed survivors in that registry, not based on factory numbers that being said they never listed who vetted the data out once submitted or who compiled the stats on that page. I would think anyone who entered information got in without a check. The stats page was running from an mysql database but again no idea where that lived. And I think I remember there being two urls blended on the pages but I only bookmarked the z10camaro.com site link.
I often thought it would be interesting if CRG took their survivors registry stats and vins and matched it against your current database here at CRG and see what fleshed out for the real Z10's in that registry collection. I wonder how many were born Z10's verses created. Same could be said for Z28's these days. Seems to be one on every corner for sale here in CT.
The other interesting item in the Z10 notes is that I can't remember which site or magazine had the ratty torn Arizona dealer notice of the regional run of Z10's or if it was attached to an much older auction sale but would suspect it was a fake since no one has been able to find another one in any condition. Maybe someone just altered the Z11 notice and then aged it. Some data in the Indy Pace Car book on the Z10 run also seems to be tweaked too like listing one as having blue stripes, but the vins listed in that source book look right date wise. How many Z10's do you have in your CRG stats?
It looks like someone has a new project Z10 heading to their garage as the eBay auction closed on the shell of the Z10 found in the woods threaded over on TC. http://www.camaros.net/forums/showthread.php?t=207550 http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=261005071769&ssPageName=ADME:B:SS:MOTORS:1123
US $8,743.31 Will be interesting if the new owners pop up here or on TC soon. Always nice to see any Camaro being saved regardless of its rarity or condition, but you have to have deep passion and pockets for a project like that one. Would be nice to see its progress from field mess to daily driver.