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Old 01-29-2021, 01:21 AM   #1
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By the year 2025 how many z/28

Here the question by the year 2025 out of 1801 z/28 built how will be left bone stock and unmolested? Every day see more z/28 being modified headers,cams,supercharger,turbo.
Will their only be 800 to 500 or less z/28 remain bone stock and what will be value differents between bone stock vs modified z/28?
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Old 01-29-2021, 07:54 AM   #2

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Tough to say, likely mostly just the low mile collectables? I can't imagine having a fun weekend car without a cammed V8.
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2015 Camaro Z/28 #109 (Red Hot) - LS7, LPE heads, Katech Torquer 110 cam, MSD intake, Kooks 1 7/8" headers
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1989 Camaro IROC-Z - 12.1 sec daily driver back in the day | 1998 Trans Am M6 - 11 sec toy | 1998 Trans Am A4 - daily driver | 2005 Mustang GT - daily driver | 1969 Mustang SportsRoof - 545 cid Big Block
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Old 01-29-2021, 09:20 AM   #3
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Welp mine is one more shipment from being crossed off the bone stock list. I think if there was not known head issues with the engine there would be more left stock. I also think there is a pretty big difference between a modified NA car VS one that someone added forced induction to. Personally I would not want a Z/28 with a blower or turbo as it takes away from the car was designed to be. As far as value I feel that's up to the buyer and what they are after. I would pay more for one with the right heads and cam over stock if the right parts and people built it. Again these are just my opinions. I just sold a truck I built with a supercharged LQ4 and I have to tell you, straight line acceleration was 100 X more fun than driving the Z/28 but if that's what I was after with this car I would have bought a ZL1..
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Old 02-04-2021, 10:36 PM   #4
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Keeping mine bone stock just for this reason. Look at how hard it is to find anything that has not been messed with. Then, when you do find that one, you will certainly have to pay more for it. Only thing I did to my 2015 was add the 427 emblems on the hood. They are 3M tape, so they can easily be removed with no damage to the paint.
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Old 02-05-2021, 12:10 AM   #5

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No need to mess with perfection. Mine has a few do-dads from previous owner: 427 emblems and black gills. I've added a front tow hook, splash guards and Modern Spare. All those "day 2 mods" could be removed in an afternoon. Hard to speculate on value difference between stock and modified in the short run but in the long run it may be of some significance to certain individuals. I thoroughly enjoy this car as - engineered, I have other vehicles to tinker with.
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