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General Discussion / 1967 Z28
« on: March 17, 2018, 09:30:45 PM »
At the Pocatello Idaho the "Chrome in the Dome" car show I saw a 1967 Z28 numbers matching 26,000 original mile Camaro. Trim tag looked good but could not read the engine numbers.  I got a poor picture of the trim tag, 05? for month and E-E paint. The other numbers were 760-z, 2LGS, 4L and 5B.  I did not get to talk to the owner because he was not at his car. I really wanted to talk to him or her but I had to work today so i could not go back.  Also saw a 1966 L79 Nova and a 1969 Yenko. The Yenko had a X44 trim tag but big block heater core. Did not get to talk to any of the owners.

Garage Talk / Trick Flow ultralight 6 inch rods
« on: March 03, 2018, 02:45:24 PM »
I dropped a valve in my SBC 400 and bent a rod. Destroyed the Trick Flow twisted wedge aluminum heads. Not a good day. Looking for one or more 6 inch Trick Flow Ultralight full floater connecting rod. These were discontinued 17 years age so this is a long shot but it is a shame to have to replace all of them. If this is not the correct place for this please move it or delete it. Thank you.

General Discussion / 1969 Z28 for sale
« on: January 29, 2018, 06:01:57 PM »
I know that a lot of guys are looking for a real 1969 Z28. I saw one on KSL cars in Salt lake Utah. This is not mine and I have nothing to do with this Camaro but I just thought I would pass on the information for someone looking for a real Z28. The trim tags looks good but I am not an expert. If this is not the correct place for this information the please move it to where it should be. Weston

Decoding/Numbers / 9078 Booster
« on: August 24, 2017, 07:39:01 PM »
In going thru some of the boxes I got with my Z I found the brake booster 9078 with a 343 stamp on the back of the tab. I have a WT master cylinder that I can use. It looks like they just replaced the master cylinder because all the other stuff is there. Now who do I send this to get it rebuilt and restored?

Decoding/Numbers / 1968 Z28
« on: July 17, 2016, 06:31:50 PM »
Picked up another 1968 Camaro this spring and though I should post the numbers for this site.
Vin is 124378l322365
Trim tag is,
12E                   U313
68-12437 LOS 21602
712             Y-Y
It has a BU 1213G 3.73 posi rear with leaf springs.
I have sent Kurt and Jerry M. lots of pictures of this Camaro and they have confirmed it to be one of the 7199 Z28's built is 1968. It still has evidence of the factory stripe on the rear and on the front panel. No motor or transmission. The 4 piston disc brakes are still there and the Muncie hole. Last time it was on the road was 1977. Still has original shocks on the rear and the correct exhaust is still there. There are a lot of pictures on Camaro Tech and a good discussion on this Camaro under "1968 Camaro". If I knew how to attach a link I would. I know most off us are on both sites but I though I should get these numbers to this site also. Thanks for all the help you guys do for us under educated car nuts.

Decoding/Numbers / Earliest vin by the oil filter.
« on: September 12, 2014, 04:08:27 PM »
Just wondering what the earliest date for the vin to be down by the oil filter. My 11B Camaro has it at that location. the ground down a spot to stamp it. very clear stamp and I know it is the original engine.

Decoding/Numbers / 1969 Numbers
« on: March 31, 2006, 06:50:28 AM »
These are the numbers off a 1969 shell that I picked up.
69   12437NOR265015
711   50  50
02B    X44
Only has single 3/8 fuel line so I think it is a 350 L65 or a 307. Would make a neat clone Z10 Camaro. Also it is an air condition camaro. Needs lots of stuff. Years away from restoring.
Thank you for a great site.

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