What is special about it?
Its numbers matching. Since that definition can vary, by numbers matching I
mean it has the original engine block; the VIN on the block matches the VIN of the car.
The trim code is 404 and the paint code is 914. A trim code of 404 means Black
Leather, and a paint code of 914 means Silver. As you can tell, the car still
matches these numbers.
The VIN is 1Z37T3S411964 - The 5th character, T, means that its the L-82 350ci
The engine VIN is 13S411964 V0105CLR. Note the VIN matches and the suffix is
CLR which means 350ci 250hp manual transmission (which the car is).
Things Ive done to it.
Rebuilt the suspension. This includes:
AC Delco Shocks all the way around
Upper & Lower ball joints
Tie rod ends
Front and rear end poly bushings (sway bar, upper & lower control arms, rear
Bead blasted and POR-15ed the suspension parts that I removed.
Tuned up, new spark plugs, plug wires, new cap, new rotor, adjusted timing, points.
Kept the fluids fresh & checked, oil changed regularly.
Added sound deadening / heat shielding material under the carpet for a quieter ride.
Other items included in the sale.
Chiltons repair manual
The AIM, factory assembly manual. This is what the people at Chevy used on the
line when putting the car together, it tells you where every bolt goes, what the
torque should be, etc.
All of the receipts since Ive owned it.
High quality car cover.
I purchased this car about 4 years ago in Oklahoma and drove it back to
Washington state, where I live. It ran great then, and still runs great today. It's
always been stored in a garage, with the car cover always on if I wasn't going to
be driving it again within the next day or two. I haven't tried to locate the build
sheet on the tank, so I'm not sure if it is still there. Its ready to jump in and drive!
Added two new photos, one of the shifter area and one showing that the driver
side kick panel is missing. In the photo of the kick panel you can see the stereo, it
is not the original one. It still uses the original knobs, but the stereo itself is a