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Old 04-30-2021, 05:19 AM
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Some extra parts along with it - good flat hood in addition to an SS hood that's on it, header panels, new grille, etc. There are some things missing too - some window chrome and I think the upright part of the back seat, and one of the bumpers.
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Let's see the photos...

Don't be in a hurry to replace a 1/4 panel, unless it is really gone.

The 327 could get a solid lifter cam, bigger Holley and a little refresh...most folks wouldn't know the difference.

Sounds cool ...
The panel is rough, and someone tried to fix it when they should have left it alone. It looks like hamburger. lol
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A great color combo and a very good interior group with deluxe blue comfort weave seats. Looks like you've found a great project car.
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Al Knoch Interior can redo those door panels. Nice project. I like the blue deluxe interior. I also like that it doesn't have ducted hood or spoilers. Not common. So many of these cars look like different colored clones of each other now days. Can't wait to see more...Joe
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Nice project! I also love the blue comfortweave - something you don't see very often.
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I also have to agree with many of the other comments on the cowl hood. Leave it as a flat hood car and resist the temptation to add the cowl hood. There are so many cowl hood cars out there now that I am personally sick of seeing them. In fact, the car I am restoring right now is a factory cowl hood car and although I have the hood and have restored it, I swapped it out for an aftermarket fiberglass hood and have set the original cowl hood aside.

As for the motor being gone, no big deal. Have some fun and build a hotrod LT1 motor for it. You can make it look dead on stock but will have a lot more power with the added cubes. Pick a good solid lifter camshaft and it will also sound every bit the part. I'd recommend you look at the Comp Cams Nostalgia 30/30 Plus #CCA-12-673-4

Sounds like this.
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In the pic with the hood, it looks like it has an SS hood on it.
716 Deluxe Comfortweave Blue interior is really nice with Lemans Blue.
You dont see that interior very often

Thats a great project car you picked up. very desirable colors.
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69 Z28 Lemans Blue with blue interior, doesnít get much better. Build that small block thatís in it and save a bunch of money. Drive it and enjoy it. Nice ride.

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"the power brake booster and front disc brakes were removed and replaced with drums..."

I'm sure there are other reasons but that is an old drag racers trick. Awesome tread pattern on that front tire. Great car, thanks for posting.
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Some extra parts along with it - good flat hood...
Be sure the flat hood is a '69. Only year that has the tabs at the rear. Hood pad covers them but good to know.
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