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1968 - Orphans / 18N411487 Muncie M21 on Kijiji
« on: July 17, 2019, 09:02:32 PM »
MUNCIE M21

Possible VIN's are 124378N411487 or 124678N411487

Description in ad:

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1968 + 69 Muncie transmission. M 21 good working condition. has 2 welded ears but solid. all shifter threads good. serial still on trans. $800.00

Ed

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General Discussion / One DANGEROUS car!
« on: July 16, 2019, 01:12:06 PM »
I'd hate to get caught in the rain in THIS CAR!!!

Ed

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1967 - Orphans / 7L136986 P7A06 Muncie M20
« on: July 05, 2019, 04:02:17 AM »
1967 CAMARO MUNCIE M20 ON CRAIGSLIST

Possible VIN's are 124377L136986 or 124677L136986

The car isn't in the database.

Ed

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Thought you might get a kick out of this.

(Sorry, but to post, I had to reduce the heck out of it, therefore lowering the resolution, but it's still readable.)

Pages 1 and 2...

Ed

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General Discussion / His 1967 pictures from Keller-L30M20
« on: March 11, 2019, 11:36:30 PM »
From THIS THREAD, I've attached the pictures Frank sent me.

Ed

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General Discussion / Dying seat covers
« on: January 20, 2019, 05:32:58 PM »
This isn't Camaro specific, but IS a general question about dying vinyl.

On a really nice gesture, one of the guys on the Tri-5 web site has offered to give me the old seat covers and door panels from his 57 150 2 door sedan. (I have a 57 210 2 door sedan so they'll fit). They're supposedly in good shape (no rips or tears and they look good other than a few minor scuff marks), but they're silver and black (see attached) and I'm looking to go black or dark green. Right now I just have some cheapo aftermarket "stretch" slip-on covers on the front seat and a blanket on the back, so I sure could use them.

Has anyone ever had any success in dying vinyl seat covers and door panels? You can see they're cloth and vinyl, and I don't think I'd have any problems with the cloth parts, but I'm concerned about the vinyl. I've seen vinyl dye, but I've never used it and I'm curious if it actually works. I'm thinking it would just peel off after a while.

So anyone ever dyed vinyl and if so, how did they turn out and did it last?

Thanks
Ed

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General Discussion / Body by Fisher
« on: January 03, 2019, 10:15:41 PM »
BODY BY FISHER video circa 1970.

(And you thought building an automobile was easy!)

Ed

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General Discussion / Air cleaner assembly
« on: December 06, 2018, 02:39:49 PM »
Don't know this guy and you'd have to examine it very closely to make sure it's what you need, but I know a lot of you guys are looking for this AIR CLEANER ASSEMBLY.

Ed

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General Discussion / REALLY???
« on: November 30, 2018, 08:26:00 PM »
$400 bucks for a freekin' EMPTY BOX?

It's not even in very good condition!

Well, at least the air inside is free.

Ed

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1968 - Orphans / 18L332776 LF7 (327/210) block on LA CL
« on: November 28, 2018, 02:30:25 PM »
LINK TO AD

Partial VIN is 18L332776 so it's either 124378L332776 or 124678L332776. Build date of V030IMA (March 1st, 1968) and casting number 3914678, dated B298 (February 29th, 1968)

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1969 Chevrolet RS Camaro - Corvette 327 / 350 Horse - 202 Camel Hump Heads. $3500 OBO.

18L332776
V030IMA
8914678
B298

202 Heads:
3890462
B 3 6
B 18 6

Original Heads with Rockers and Valve Springs.
Missing original Valve Covers and original push rods, heads are off block.
Original Intake Manifold, but missing original Carb.
Original Water Pump, Pulley and Harmonic Balancer.
Pistons are 40 over, Cylinder walls in good to great condition.
Motor ran great when pulled and still has Oil in it.
Top End was disassembled to install Dart Heads and Aluminum Intake and new Carb. That never happened.
Email for better pics or come see it by the Valley Plaza in Bakersfield. Sorry no Text, Thank (661) 397-1550

Ed

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General Discussion / Today only (06-29-18) - ebay 15% discount
« on: June 29, 2018, 07:22:19 PM »
If you didn't see it over on the TEAM CAMARO site, ebay is having a 15% off sale on everything! Today only (06-29-18).

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One Day Only! 6/29
15% Off Everything.*
Use coupon code PERFECTDAY. Min. $25 purchase.
Ends at 9pm PT.

Shop Now
Max $100 discount.

I saved $17 on some parts I had in my watch list. (THANKS Paul!)

Ed

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1969 - Orphans / Z28 Engine 124379L520699
« on: March 25, 2018, 12:29:27 AM »
If you own this car, your engine is currently on LA CRAIGSLIST:

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This is a 1969 Z28 motor and tranny 302 DZ motor Muncie 4-speed running and driving still in vehicle I am asking 18500 or best offer cash and trade possible my phone number is 719-299-9575 thank you

WAAAAAY overpriced in my humble opinion!

Ed

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1969 - Orphans / 19L530125 M20 on Craigslist
« on: February 27, 2018, 05:58:06 PM »
Possible VIN's are 124379L530125 or 124679L530125 with a date code of P9D09A

CRAIGSLIST AD

Ed


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1968 - Orphans / 1968 Los Angeles L78 engine 18L339001
« on: February 10, 2018, 01:17:16 AM »
Not mine but on CRAIGSLIST.

Pad stamp is 18L339001 and the date is T0320MQ (March 20th, 1968). Possible VIN's are 124378L339001 or 124678L339001

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1968/69 Chevy 396/375 HP Engine Camero chevelle nova impala - $4800

This is a rare and desirable 396 big block chevy. Best I can figure, (I am not a professional) is that this engine is a 1968 375 HP engine. The engine ID on front of motor reads T0320MC, indicates it was manufactured March 20. The casting number 3916323 indicates it was cast in 1968. The casting number is associated with a 1968 375 HP engine. I was informed that as per the Vehicle Vin Stamping Number, 18L339001, the second number (8) = 1968, and (L) = Built in Los Angeles, with the remaining numbers being associated with vin of the car it came from. I assume this engine was from a 4 speed car as there is a pilot bushing in the back of the crank. Check the numbers and see if they match up to your car. If you don't have original numbers matching block, one showing that it's correct to your car would be a really nice way to add value to your prized possession. This would be a great engine for a Camaro, Chevelle, Nova, Caprice, Impala, El Camino or Corvette. It's in great shape for a rebuild. All the parts are standard sizes. The engine block, heads, and steel crank were just magnafluxed by a local engine shop and guaranteed rebuildable. Dimple Rods and pop up pistons have some light surface rust which of course affects nothing. All of the 4 bolt main caps are in place and this block is ready for your classic. All packaging and Shipping costs to be paid by customer and is not included. Can ship to a business address, residential shipping is an additional cost.

Phone number is 9 five 1 - eight 9 three - 0 nine 0 nine

Ed

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General Discussion / Laugh of the day!
« on: November 28, 2017, 02:36:03 PM »
You'll love THIS ONE!!

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Amazing, rare barn find.. this is a genuine Carol Shelby GT 500 Chevy Camaro set of two wheels!! Probably one of the rarest wheels Shelby has ever made. Most people have never heard of a Chevy camaro Shelby GT 500, they did produce a small number of these factory race cars! These are price very cheap.. if you know anyone with a Shelby Camaro, let them know about these beauties! One has hub cap, both in mint condition! You may never see another set of these ultra rare wheels.. 14x9" Shelby GT 500 camaro 302 wheels!! Call or text Eric@ number hidden for privacy

You gotta hand it to him. It's always best to make up a good story when you want to sell something. In this case it's two beat up mags marketed by Shelby, and are basically the same as the U.S. Indy slot mag wheels that are worth maybe $100 at best! But here's the part I like the best:

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Most people have never heard of a Chevy Camaro Shelby GT 500

That's because there's no such thing!

Ed

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