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Old 11-03-2018, 03:01 PM
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Default 1969 Dickie Harrell - ZL-1 Camaro - #15 of 69



Here is a very neat car I am sure you all would like to own

https://www.mecum.com/lots/FL0119-35...et-camaro-zl1/


It will be at the Mecum Auction in Kissimmee , Florida in Jan. 2019
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Old 11-04-2018, 03:59 PM
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----This ZL1 may give us a better idea what they are worth.....Bill S
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Don't want to get involved in any controversy...…… But...….Lets just say Buyer beware....Back in the mid 2000's I was down in Kissimmee for the Nova Mini-Nats and ended up talking to a person that had just rebuilt a ZL 1 engine..... after talking for a while I was told that the original #15 car was pretty much destroyed and the new owner had removed all the hidden Vin #'s and had them welded into another body.....This person told me that the welding was non detectable from either side...… So....Just say'in if you are interested do your Home work....

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I remember you relaying that story to me. As I recall it wasn't clear to me if the shop doing the work was doing the rebody with the owners knowledge. I think I even mentioned it somewhere and heard from the owner and I relayed what you had told me. If the # sections were hammer welded in properly you would not be able to tell unless you stripped paint off and looked at the raw grain of the sheetmetal.
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There are other 'tells' to look for on a suspected re-body.
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Im sure its my monitor, but that color doesnt look quite right to be Cortez Silver.
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Im sure its my monitor, but that color doesnt look quite right to be Cortez Silver.


Looks like it has a green tint to me as well......
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Old 11-07-2018, 11:52 AM
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Has anyone ever inspected this car ?

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Not doubt a shame if a rebody but ww if it happened w/o the owner's knowledge.

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"Restored back to original condition using GM parts or restored NOS parts"
That is similar language to what was used when the other rebodied ZL1 was sold at Barrett-Jackson. Seems to be the new way of disclosure of a rebody. They did use a GM body. I'm just not sure how much it matters anymore.
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