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General Discussion / Ever heard about punch 4 camaro Z28
« on: August 12, 2011, 12:25:19 AM »
hi Guys

Many poeple come over my car and the car of my friend and sayin: this is not a real punch 4, you don't have the air cleaner.... or the headers

According to many poeple here.. it have punch 1, 2, 3 and 4 Camaro depending on the option equiped.

I think it is an urban legend because one talks about the transmission an the next is about the air cleaner and intake

General Discussion / Kit front disk brake original '68
« on: August 12, 2011, 12:19:05 AM »
Hi guys
Someone have an original kit of front disk brake for '68 camaro.

4 pistons calipers without stainless sleeves in it, old 2 pieces disks, Brakets and back plate. Evereything is sitting for years, rusted but can be restore. he don't know if the calipers are good.

He want me to make him an offer for it

Any idea how this worth.

thanks alex

General Discussion / Canadian Z-L1
« on: June 03, 2011, 08:44:25 PM »
Hi guys
I heard that somewhere in ontario, it has a '69 ZL1 and it will be the only canadian ZL1. rumors says that the car is yellow and the guy who have it don't want to sell it even for a million!!
did someone heard about that story?

General Discussion / '69 camaro for sale
« on: June 02, 2011, 02:03:46 AM »
hi guys i'm looking for this car. I know it's a clone and removing all badges would probably be the first thing I do if I buy the car.

It has 12 bolt 3.08, th-350, 350ci (probably not from 69), new interior, new paint. asking 19 000$ worth it ( I know it is hard to say just with picture)? I will see it friday. We don't know if it was an SS, base coupe inline 6 or 307ci. Any advice? I know 68 model but this would be my first 69.

thanks guys!

Foreign Camaros / Caracas Camaro For Sale!
« on: September 07, 2010, 10:46:24 PM »
Hi guys this is two Caracas Camaro that I found on the internet. the first one is in Venezuela and I don't speak their language. If someone can talk to him it would be great

The second Camaro
not the original motor & trans. don't know original color. He don't know so much about the car.

Is the price is correct for these 2 cars ( for the condition of the car..)
Any info to help me in my research would be appreciate!
Thanks Kurt for trying to contact the guy in venezuela! any response?

Foreign Camaros / Caracas Windows
« on: August 04, 2010, 09:06:41 PM »
We all know that Caracas Camaro had different windows, they were made locally. I took my back glass and I did  some research of the logo and numbers.
My research bring me there:

They say they made for many car brand including GM. Is it possible that the windows were made there?
If yes, can they still make original camaro windows with the same logo?


Foreign Camaros / Caracas Crossmember
« on: July 13, 2010, 09:57:45 PM »
I just check my crossmember on my caracas '68 Camaro and compare it with those in the CRG article. It is a Camaro small block crossmember ( the crossmember who fit with th-350 and all manuals trans.) In the last CRG report: It's believed the cars with automatics also had AC and power windows

My car was equipped with AC and PW back in '68 . Now My car as a Th-350 as trans, and I don't know where it came from because the numbers are all gone! I know that Th350 came from the factory on camaro in late 68.
My Crossmember is the original because it is written on in the part # and Hecho in Venezuela.

How can I be sure witch trans was there when it came out of the factory. Manual or automatic(th-350 or th400)

Foreign Camaros / '68 RS console For Caracas Camaro
« on: June 15, 2010, 01:16:10 AM »
Hi CRG members
My Caracas Camaro console have three hole in the driver side of it. I don't think  that someone cut these hole to put some accessories there because they are pretty well done. I think it is original, but not sure at 100%. Did someone have info on this. There's a close shot of my console.


1968 Camaro RS
AC-Power windows, Red on red car

Decoding/Numbers / An Intake Manifold for big block that never been listed!
« on: February 07, 2010, 04:24:45 PM »
Hi guys
A friend of mine have and old intake manifold made in '67 (june 24) In all books and references, the casting number never appears on their list. Nobody know about that intake. The casting number is 3919851. In the books, it have #850 and 852 but no 851. If you look at the old intake and a new one from a 502bbc, it is the same intake except the wall between the two plane on the 502 goes to the top and on the old stops about 3/4 to 1 inche high! The wall on the old intake have not been cut after the casting. the wall is cast like that.

Many poeple told me that it is a prototype from GM used on race cars. If you can find something about that it would be very appreciated

Thanks at advance!

Decoding/Numbers / 68 Venezuelan Camaro
« on: January 30, 2010, 10:10:39 PM »
I've got a 1968 camaro Vin # 12437HC108713, TR 724, Paint 697-123.
I know that the car was assemble in caracas and comes with red standard interior. But thats the only thing I know about it. Can someone can tell me what is that paint code? PPG code or dupont code?. Where I can find info on my original option( engine, trans, drivetrain)
thanks at advance!

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