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Old 08-25-2007, 10:04 AM
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Thanks Harold, here are some pictures from the original owner David Farmer when he use to Race it.



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Default 1994 #234 Lingenfelter Aerobody, SGC 415

#234 ZR-1 @ Spring Mountain Raceway


#234 ZR-1 on the track @ Spring Mountain Raceway

#234 ZR-1 @ Nellis AFB Standing Mile Event

#234 ZR-1 Exhaust System

#234 ZR-1 Heart of the Beast, SGC 415

#234 ZR-1 Interior
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I am afraid the Enzo trumps ZR-1
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I am afraid the Enzo trumps ZR-1
until your 10,000 miile $10,000 tune up. All about preferences, I wouldnt trade my zr1 for anything.
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makes you want the ZR1 lower.
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Default Let's hear it for the one that started it all - the 1970 ZR1!

Fresh out of cryrogenic suspended animation for the past 30 years (hence the dust...). And yes, some yahoo stuck an aftermarket antenea on it back in the '70's. The knucklehead...



Okay - so the groovy seat inserts WEREN'T an RPO code... but the rest is all ZR1: 370hp LT1, HD radiator, F41, J56/J50, M22, 456 posi and a conspicuous lack of power accessories.
Who needs a radio when you have solid lifters and an M22 to listen to? Woo Hoo!

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Sonofab*tch....... A *real* ZR1!!! I want to know more about this car!!!!

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Hey ZRWON-

I had the same reaction when I stumbled on the ZR1 about 18 months ago. It's a longer story, but for the sake of brevity, I befriended the car's owner of 29 years and convinced him I'd give her the love and attention she deserves. In the deal I have a piece of Corvette history and a good friend to boot.

The car came from the IL/IN area, and I've been able to trace the ownership back to the 3rd in the mid 70's. The car is documented by a partial Order Copy. It's one of 3 known 456 posi ZR1's built in '70.

This is the tightest early (pre C4) corvette I've ever driven, and the solid lifter engine mated to a light weight flywheel lend to a very spirited ride. It drives like the racecar it is; anxious, tight and ready to run!

Here's a pic of the engine bay as found. Dunno why the fan was on backwards though...

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Please post all the pics you have of that original Z!
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Please post all the pics you have of that original Z!
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