Yep I have to agree there. I am just curious what is the point of an original SS? To just say you have an original ss? I know it may be worth more but still when push comes to shove I'd rather see a pro touring or pro street car or something custom at a car show. Alot of my uncles even said why keep them original and stock we didnt even do that when we drove themWow, what a POS. :beat:
I believe only the 327 had the oil fill tube in 1968. The 350 did not.http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/e...0437587459&viewitem=&sspagename=STRK:MEWAX:IT
looks to me to be original, I thought the intake would have an oil fill though
That's a 1974 hood (at least it has a 1974 emblem). 1968-72 hoods don't have a "Nova" emblem on the driver side, only 1973-74. 1973 had a small Chevy bowtie after the "a" in "Nova" while 1974 only said "Nova" on the hood with a bowtie in the grille (on non-SS).The hood is definitely not right. It has a '73-'74 hood on it.
I did and I agree. The VIN on the protect-o-plate matches the VIN listed in the auction. Also, the engine code on the protect-o-plate (2nd line on the right) is V1102MS which decodes to an L48 350 4-speed.did anyone see the L48 option on the build sheet? if that sheet belongs to thatcar she's an SS
The man that had been reproducing them passed away a couple years ago. J&W just hasn't decided to remove the listings from the catalogs. No one is repopping them at this time. They show up on ebay quite often though.J&W Nova parts sells repro lower fender "Super Sport" emblems.
I think it was an option.were is the rear anti sway bar on the 12 bolt, or was that only in 70