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Old 02-18-2013, 10:14 AM
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Re: A welcome to all new visitors of CamaroZ28.Com!

hello and thanks for the welcome. I bought 02 Z28 new, great car 150000 miles. my mechanic is replacing leaking rear seal, also replacing clutch kit, should i replace master and slave cylinders. any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 03-06-2013, 11:43 AM
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Hi Wayne,

I'd leave the master and slave cylinders alone unless they're leaking or otherwise malfunctioning.

In the future, post your questions in the appropriate section of the forum and you'll be more likely to get a prompt response. Our tech guys don't often cruise the New Member Introductions section.
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Old 05-25-2013, 08:33 PM
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I wanted to thank you for the welcome. I am working on behalf of my older brother (who is deceased).
Since our mother passed away last year, my other brothers really don't have a full appreciation for the value of my deceased brother's 1979 Camero Z28.

My 70s mom used to drive it. It runs, I have to get pics from my nephew, but I was needing advise on the best way to sell it to a true Camaro lover as my younger brother had in mind just having it taken to the junk yard.

It certainly is not a wreck..It ran, I know the engine is not the original engine and would make a good start for a restoration vehicle or parts for someone restoring.
I am an avid historic car fan, I happen to love Volkswagons and I have an older Mercedes Benz, so I know someone out there is need for this car.

All offers will be considered. My nephew has the car stored in Troy Ohio, just north of Dayton, Ohio.

Please respond if you know of best means my brothers beloved Camaro ends up in a Camaro person's hands.
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Old 05-26-2013, 09:33 AM
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I'll copy your post to the "Cars for Sale" forum. Not much chance of many people reading it where you posted it.

You might want to add your location, either to your signature or to the post. Appears from my control panel that it may be Arlington VA. The more information you provide, the more chances you have of a response.

Click here to reach your new thread:

https://www.camaroz28.com/forums/car...z28-fs-873902/

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Old 06-17-2013, 11:22 AM
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New Member here....just traded my 1998 Harley Dyna Convertible for 1994 Camaro Z/28 Convertible. A bit rough but runs strong. Fun car! (my first Camaro)
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Old 07-31-2013, 09:02 PM
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Appreciate the warm welcome. I just recently bought a 93 z28 and of course the She is the same age as I am but She still runs like a champ. She is basically all stock and looking for some opinions on some of the first mods I should take into concideration of applying first and a great place to purchase them.
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Old 01-17-2014, 10:16 PM
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Thank you for the add, love this site. Great info. My garage is done if you want to ck out my Z28
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Old 01-20-2014, 03:12 PM
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Newbie here as well - my name is David and from Columbus, Ohio. Looking to buy one soon, sort of looking at the 2SS either 2013 or 2014 new or a 2010 or 2012 "transformers" edition.
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Old 02-17-2014, 06:19 PM
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I just put a deposit on a new Z28. I'm trying to figure out whether or not to order it with, or without air conditioning. Any thoughts?

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Old 02-18-2014, 05:21 AM
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Originally Posted by markjmcallister View Post
I just put a deposit on a new Z28. I'm trying to figure out whether or not to order it with, or without air conditioning. Any thoughts?

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LinkedIn shows you are the sales manager at Advantage Chevrolet, in Bolingbrook IL, where this message was posted from. And you need help deciding if you want A/C in your Z28?

Mark McAllister | LinkedIn
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Fred, why not? Honestly, it seems like a tough decision. Mark's position puts him in a position to buy. While I question the idea that a sales manager would have to put down a deposit (assuming he is buying from his own dealership, which he might not be able to given the limited allocation), I think Mark's question is genuine.

Mark: what's your intended use for the car? If it's a race car and nothing more, then no A/C. If you intend to mix in some street driving, the A/C might be nice on hot summer days. If you're not going to race it at all, I say get the A/C for sure, but I also urge you not to buy a Z/28 if you're not going to race it. Spend the same money on a loaded Stingray; I guarantee it's the nicer car on the street. You do not want to be behind the wheel of a Z/28 in metro Chicago traffic.
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Old 03-02-2014, 07:20 PM
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I'm not really new, but it is my first time signing in, I use this site a lot, so I decided to take part... Fred
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Fred, why not? Honestly, it seems like a tough decision. Mark's position puts him in a position to buy. While I question the idea that a sales manager would have to put down a deposit (assuming he is buying from his own dealership, which he might not be able to given the limited allocation), I think Mark's question is genuine.

Mark: what's your intended use for the car? If it's a race car and nothing more, then no A/C. If you intend to mix in some street driving, the A/C might be nice on hot summer days. If you're not going to race it at all, I say get the A/C for sure, but I also urge you not to buy a Z/28 if you're not going to race it. Spend the same money on a loaded Stingray; I guarantee it's the nicer car on the street. You do not want to be behind the wheel of a Z/28 in metro Chicago traffic.
Couldn't have been too serious..... 2 weeks since his first and only post, and he has not been back to this site.
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Long time 3rd gen Z28 owner, the car is a pet of mine at the moment..... Owned the car since 1996 when my father bought a corvette, got through college with it at UW-Milwaukee and the car is rusted here in Las Vegas. I just put 7 grand in the car and she still idles high, still need new tires (tires are 15 years old and have flat spots so very hard to drive, but still a quick car surprisingly).Body work is next and it's gonna cost. That's me story with AKA white lightning/Candy cane ...
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Just wanted to put a post in here for 2015

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