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Anniversary Edition?? (1/3)
 9/30/11 5:19pm
Specialized1956
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Midvale, UT - USA

Vette(s):
1988 Anniversary Edition 1977 L82


Joined: 9/30/2011
Posts: 3

HELP!

I think my '88 is an Anniversary Edition, but how can I tell for sure???

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Why I think it might be:

1.  Has correct side badge
2.  Has white steering wheel/white paint/white leather interior.
3.  Has a bad spot on console where there is black glue residue, and two empty holes, that look like might have held a missing numbered plaque.

Why it might not be:

1.  Wheels are brushed aluminum with bad (failing) clear coat.
2.  No numbered ID tag on console (who would remove that??)
3.  Seats are not "embroidered" with anything (Dont 35th's have something??).

I really don't know much about C4's, and bought this car for a driver (which is GREAT).  Is there a build tag, or option tag somewhere that would say ZO1??

Any help GREATLY appreciated.
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Re: Anniversary Edition?? (2/3)
 10/1/11 3:20pm
96 LT4
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, - Canada

Vette(s):
1996 Artic White Coupe LT4


Joined: 4/1/2009
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There should be a RPO code sticker in the center console that say ZO1 and Z52 + other options codes for the car like paint code 40+41 and 113 for interior.
But this package can be replicated easily by ordering a complete 35TH new interior and  painting the roof bow in black... 
Remember that there is more 96 Grand Sport clone in the world than the 1000 originaly built!!!
Good luck with your search for that Z01. Cool
Re: Anniversary Edition?? (3/3)
 10/1/11 4:02pm
Specialized1956
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Midvale, UT - USA

Vette(s):
1988 Anniversary Edition 1977 L82


Joined: 9/30/2011
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Thanks!

I do have real 35th!  Has all the option codes mentioned, including Z01.

Now, how do I find out what the plaque number should have been?  Does anyone have an idea for finding a replacement plaque??


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