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How can i tell if my 1997 z28 is a true 30th anniversary edition?

Old 01-09-2014, 08:12 PM
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how can I tell if my z28 is a true 30th anniversary edition? it has the seats that has 30th on it but that's it no floor mats or anything like that and I was just wondering if there was a way I could tell. thanks a lot!
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Re: How can i tell if my 1997 z28 is a true 30th anniversary edition?

Every Camaro produced in 1997 had "30th Anniversary" etched in the seats. My previous '97 Z28 had it, my '97 SS (non-30th) has it, etc.

A true 30th anniversary car will be white with orange stripes and have white or white/houndstooth seats. It will also have the Z4C RPO code.

See this post for more.
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