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Cars > Challenges > “'95 Z26” Vs “The Z”

 

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M–35
Waupun, Wisconsin
United States

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F–30
Rock Falls, Wisconsin
United States

 

1995 Chevrolet Beretta Z26

“'95 Z26”

1996 Chevrolet Beretta Z26

“The Z”

 
Photo of: 1995 Chevrolet Beretta
Photo of: 1996 Chevrolet Beretta
 

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About “'95 Z26”

1995 Chevrolet Beretta Z26

About “The Z”

Well I should start off by telling a little story behind how I got/found my Z..

I spent over a year looking for a mint 1996 Z26, for a good price, and not a lot of miles. I saved up all my money throughout highschool, and set it aside JUST for a Z26. One weekend my dad and I went Beretta searching, and had nothing but bad luck, and people lying about their cars condition...like one guy w/ a white Z in MN let us test drive it, and it pulled SO hard to the right, so we let him know..and he said "Ohh..well I never noticed it before"..then that Z was also a "fake Z26" and he wouldn't admit to that either...so after a few run-ins like that.. I gave up. No less than TWO days later, my older brother called me about a Z26 he found in the paper, in Minneapolis,MN. He went and looked at it for me and told me this was it, being that it was in a BIG city, I didn't expect much,or for it to be in good condition, I went to look at it the next day with my brother and sister, and when the garage door opened, I think I fell over a little bit. Moral of the story, I bought it THAT day.

I've had the car since November 5th, 2002 from the original owner, it was always garage kept, and maintaned well.. with about 69,000 miles on it at the time of purchase. This car is my pride and joy, and I have put a LOT of time into it, to keep it in the best shape I possibly can.

The car is now garage kept every winter, and never sees the sights or sounds of snow, or salt sand. This year, I'll be driving our GTZ as my winter beater.

 

Specs for “'95 Z26”

3100 V6 4 speed auto

Specs for “The Z”

*3100
*6 Cylinder
*4 Speed Auto Transmission
*155hp/185tq

 

Factory Options for “'95 Z26”

PW, PL, 16" wheels, FE3 suspension package, Z04 body kit

Factory Options for “The Z”

*Z26 Trim Package
*Tilt steering wheel
*Drivers' Side Lumbar Support
*Air Bag Restraint
*Air Conditioning
*Anti Lock Breaks
*Fog Lights
*Intermittent Wipers
*Power Breaks
*Power Door Locks
*Power Steering
*Cloth Seats

 

Mods for “'95 Z26”

Alpine head unit and Type-s speakers, 18" HP Design Evo wheels

Mods for “The Z”

CURRENT:
*Metal door pillar covers from a 1990 Beretta GTZ
*Original Grey GM floormats
*Strut Tower Brace
*Clear Side Markers
*Leather Grand Am shift Knob and Boot
*Flowmaster 40 series muffler
*Terminator Dual Outlit/slanted Chrome exhaust tips
*K&N Cone Filter
*AVS Vent Shades
*AVS headlight covers
*Aftermarket Sunroof
*SonyXplod Cd Player
*Slightly Painted interior
*Red dome light & floor lights
*Transparent red climate control knobs
*Replaced all 3 stock gold Z26 decals w/ custom made Silver Z26 decals
*Rims
NEAR FUTURE:
*Eibach Lowering Springs
*New Struts
*New Shocks
*Magnaflow Dual outlit/slanted/rolled edge exhaust tip
*Tint
*New Hood
*Z34 Hood Vents

 

Photo Albums 1 – 1 of 1

Cover photo of '95 Z26 album
'95 Z26
Photos: 16
 

Previous Photo Albums Next Photo Albums

Photo Albums 1 – 2 of 5

Cover photo of Fall 2007 album
Fall 2007
Photos: 12
Cover photo of Older/Misc. Photos of the Z album
Older/Misc. Photos of the Z
Photos: 35
 

Previous Photo Albums Next Albums

 

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Points for '95 Z26 Total Votes Points for The Z
29 13 36

 

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