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Originality / Shock absorber #3192481
« on: May 16, 2007, 01:54:29 AM »
Does anyone know if front shock # 3192826 is correct for a 69 Camaro? The ad says they came off  a 69 Camaro SS350 and have a 24 69 date. I have a set of #3192481's with 312 68 dates that I pulled off a 69 SS 350 many years ago. The problem with my used set is that at least one of the two has almost no resistance left in it.

Loren

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Originality / Caps for 69 (68?) RS windshield washer bracket
« on: February 28, 2006, 07:11:09 PM »
I found these for sale on ebay (#4615700167). I purchased mine much the same as this seller. Can those of you with original RS cars or experience comment on correctness. I know the part # is the same as listed in the ASM. They always struck me as being to small for the screws I have on my bracket. I'm also intrested in pn# 3866096 Cap. I do not have these and would like to know any differances.

Can someone explain to me how to link the ebay site to here so you just have to click on it to get there?

Thanks

Loren

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Originality / Date codes on 67 wheels?
« on: February 09, 2006, 04:00:24 PM »
I am looking for some rally wheels for my 67 RS built 10C at LOS. Were wheels always date coded or is there a possability that early wheels weren't? If GM was date coding wheels thru all of the 67 model year any idea when that practice may have started?

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Restoration / Repop spiral shock absorbers
« on: January 18, 2006, 06:58:23 PM »
What is the opinion on these? This is ebay auction #460560480. Anybody have a hands on look at them and who is repoing them? This same seller had another pair about 1 1/2 months ago that just didn't add up to me so I emailed and asked if they were used shocks that had been blasted and repainted. I was told that they were NOS, and the winning bidder (not me, I wasn't going there) paid over $1500 for the 4. I own a pair of NOS 851's and 1 NOS 477 that I have had for almost 20 years. What caught my eye was the nut and washer on the bottom of the rear's are painted. The supposed NOS shocks from before also had no code tags on them. Mine do. If I was selling mine I would make sure you saw the tags.

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Originality / Early 67 rear bumper guards?
« on: January 06, 2006, 12:43:04 AM »
Anyone intrested check out ebay #4601402060. I also own a set of rear bumper guards like this that are solid and have no rubber strip. I found mine in a salvage yard in the mid 70's (that car also had a bench seat that I didn't pull). I have asked others for their opinion but no one seems to know what I was talking about. My 67 is a 3rd week of October 66 build and I'll have to do some more research to see when this change might have occured if legit.

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