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Reply #15 - Sep 15th, 2006 at 4:11am

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1977 ZZ4, 650 Speed Demon, 1.6 Rollers, Patriot Headers, TKO-500, Wilwood Brake Calipers & Master, Hydroboost, Hydraulic Clutch, Steeroids, Composite Monosprings, Bilstein Sports, DeWitts Rad

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Reply #16 - Sep 15th, 2006 at 5:43am

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his facts are wrong, 2060 L-82 4 speeds was the correct number in 1977 also, his seat belts are aftermarket it is missing some emblems, although the paint job looks to be decent, the interior wasn't "rare" it was just a regular production option. the driver's foot well looks to be wet, the horn button emblem is not correct but it is what the corvette suppliers sell as 1977 horn buttons so, that was replaced at some point. all in all i'd give it a positive review. probably a day 1 production car but i feel his "buy it now" price is a little high, i'df go no more than $9,500.00 with the issues i can see.
............................chris  :cheers:
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Reply #17 - Sep 15th, 2006 at 7:58am

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I think the interior combo of red/white is rare. I've never seen one. Is that stock?
 

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Reply #18 - Sep 15th, 2006 at 9:04am

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I think the interior combo of red/white is rare. I've never seen one. Is that stock?


I have a friend here who purchased his red '77 new and it has the exact same combination so it may have been fairly popular as Chris has indicated.
 

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Reply #19 - Sep 15th, 2006 at 9:08am

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I like that red/white combo :thumbsup:
 

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Reply #20 - Sep 15th, 2006 at 11:13am

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i'm sure binnie knows this but the white leather interiors in 1977 were available with the following accent colors (carpet,dash,seatbelts, lower door trim, rear cargo trim panels) white/red, white/blue and white /smoke grey they did not offer white/brown white/tan or white/black the later is a real shame beacuase i think white/black would have been super sharp! but, it was a regular production option. it may be rare in that not many were ordered this way but, that was up to the individual customer.
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Reply #21 - Aug 10th, 2009 at 12:20pm
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Hey all !! New to the forum and new to the Vette!! My dad has owned our 77 since '86 and never let me drive it until he decided that he wanted to sell it to me . Now that I'm 37 y/o and have little brats of my own !!  Undecided He was getting older and wants to travel now that he's retired ( I figured that this would be the best time to own the car !!) 
   Anyway i bought this white with red interior beauty last fall and still feel weird driving it . I am trying to find out as much info on the car as I can . I find all the posts very helpful , if anyone could give me more guidance I would be grateful !!  I wanted to find out if there was a way to find out how many produced like ours and how many left on the road like it as well. 
Sorry so long  , please help with where to go maybe  , all expertise is appreciated !!
 
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