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Two Owner 1974 Z28 Camaro. It’s Been Sitting For Years But Chad At Nobody’s Auto Just Got This Thing


Two Owner 1974 Z28 Camaro. It’s Been Sitting For Years But Chad At Nobody’s Auto Just Got This Thing

Chad Ehrlich at Nobody’s Auto in Great Bend Kansas has some awesome steel in the yard, but he’s also got a great collection of cool muscle cars and trucks along with so much memorabilia that you wouldn’t believe it. He buys and sells stuff all the time, but there are special cars that he finds because he scours the mid west in search of anything cool. This 1974 Z28 Camaro is his latest acquisition, and it is a car he’s known about for years. He sent me a text the other day saying he was grabbing it, and was super excited. The cool thing is he knows the owner, and has known him and the car for many years. This one has a great story. Watch the video, and make sure you subscribe to Chad’s YouTube channel. He’s got new videos going up all the time and is a great source for parts, cars, and more. Seriously, look them up they have it all.

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This is probably one of my favorite things about doing videos. When I find some of these vehicles, we are able to get the former owner to share their story about the vehicle!!! It really adds to the history and keeps that history available with the car or truck!!! I love this 1974 Z/28 and Jan Shank was kind enough to share his history with car, which dates all the way back to 1976!! Let’s hear what he has to say! If you liked the video, please subscribe to my channel. If you like old cars, trucks, and automobilia, be sure to check out all of my other videos! As always, if you have questions about vehicles or parts, the only way to get a hold of me is to call me, no texts. Thanks for watching, Chad 620-786-4428


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4 thoughts on “Two Owner 1974 Z28 Camaro. It’s Been Sitting For Years But Chad At Nobody’s Auto Just Got This Thing

  1. Piston Pete

    I know Z-28 performance had cooled completely off by 1974, but aesthetically I believe they are the best looking Camaros ever.
    The closest I ever got to owning one was my 74 Vega, a mini Camaro . . . sorta.

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