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Location: Palm Harbor not far from Sebring Florida
If the split window as a big hit and was not a vision issue it would have lasted more then a year.Zora hated it from when it was first conceived.
With the shape of the rear window on the C7, it would work at all.
I certainly hope they would not make that mistake again, there is a reason it was only on one years car. I owned a brand new 63 split window that I bought on a whim and the visibility was horrible. Hated the car and traded it 6 months later for a 64 convert.
OK, here is the plan. GM should just (for one year) rebuild the entire 1963 splitwindow model with a new LT1 engine, aluminum frame and the same, exact body from '63 WITH the splitwindow but with a camera. Sell them for $120k MINIMUM to satisfy the 20-50 guys who would buy them, see how many sell and move forward from there.