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Username Post: A/C equipped '72 Z-28??        (Topic#251192)
wagonmaster 
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10-19-10 06:19 AM - Post#1991689    

Okay, it's time for my annual who has an A/C equipped factory 1972 Z-28?? I'm not asking if they were built, because they were, like the 286 LT-1 powered '72 Corvettes with A/C. GM was trying to get rid of the last of the solid lifter LT-1 engine stockpile because they couldn't be used in 1973 due to emissions laws not allowing for periodic valve adjustments.
Anybody have one?? I find it most curious that we don't have a Camaro guy on this site with one....

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Randy_W 
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10-19-10 07:11 AM - Post#1991728    
    In response to wagonmaster

Does that mean it's time for my annual '71 LS-6 Chevelle story?

Randy

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Richard Martin 
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10-20-10 08:49 AM - Post#1992335    
    In response to wagonmaster

  • wagonmaster Said:
Okay, it's time for my annual who has an A/C equipped factory 1972 Z-28?? I'm not asking if they were built, because they were, like the 286 LT-1 powered '72 Corvettes with A/C. GM was trying to get rid of the last of the solid lifter LT-1 engine stockpile because they couldn't be used in 1973 due to emissions laws not allowing for periodic valve adjustments.
Anybody have one?? I find it most curious that we don't have a Camaro guy on this site with one....



The great '72 Z28:

http://www.lov2xlr8.no/brochures/chevy/72cam/ bilde...

Richard




 
wagonmaster 
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10-21-10 04:55 AM - Post#1992735    
    In response to Richard Martin

  • Quote:
Does that mean it's time for my annual '71 LS-6 Chevelle story


Sure, Randy, but you gotta put that in the Chevelle section!

Richard,
That's the one!
I KNOW they didn't all get "frittered" away....

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Richard Martin 
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10-21-10 08:44 AM - Post#1992819    
    In response to wagonmaster

With A/C a '72 Z28 would be great here in Fl. I'd love to have one.

Richard



 
wagonmaster 
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10-23-10 07:59 PM - Post#1993947    
    In response to Richard Martin

Yes it would!!AND they run on regular gas!!

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