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1995 z28 1LE Silver Rare?

Want to know how many of your car were produced? What were standard equipment with your model? Restoration topics

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topspec
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i just recently got a 95 z28 1le in sebring silver i was just wondering if anyone knows if this car is rare because i cant seem to find any other 95 1le in silver
 

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I don't think Gm kept records of the 1LE production break downs until the 1997 model year..
All you will have to go by is your car is 1 of 107 1LE's produced that year and 1 of 7,799 Sebring Silver Metallic cars of that year..

From what I see on the other 1LE production numbers is usually every color there is more than one..
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thanks ins0mnia24 i got the car for $1500 candian, its got 300,000km on it
u think it would be worth anything in the future
is it worth holding on to it
also im the second owner and the car is in fairly good condition
 

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The price sounds like a good deal but it sounds like it has alot of mileage..
The only way that car would be worth any money is if it had collector mileage on it like low 20,000's or less..
Most of those cars got used and abused and you can't really restore it to completely original because a majority of the parts that made it a 1LE are discontinued by GM now..
But atleast it is a good car to build on for a race car
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thats what i was thinking
how are these cars with r compounds on the track
for road racing
 

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It should handle pretty good as long as the suspension and bushings are in decent condition..

The only difference with 4th gen 1LE's and the standard models is
Stiffer front and rear springs..
matched decarbon shocks
Harder rubber bushings used in the front upper/lower control arms, rear lower control arms, Panhard bar, And a solid rubber transmission instead of hollow rubber bushing on the tranny mount..
Only the bushings are different, the actual suspension parts are no different than the OEM parts used on the other models...

With a larger 32mm front sway bar which z28's got 30mm..

Mostly the bushings because the harder or more solid the rubber that is used for the bushing is..
The more road noise you will have transfer and amplify through out the chassis inside the car which alot people cant deal with..

For the price you definitely got a dam cool car though
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