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Restoration / 2" Cowl Hood--Camaro
« on: July 22, 2014, 02:25:58 AM »
How do you tell the difference between a 2" GM Cowl Hood(68 or 69 Camaro) and a 'reproduction 2" cowl hood?

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Originality / 67-68-69 Original GM Camaro DOORS
« on: May 15, 2013, 06:09:49 PM »
How does a person identify Original GM Camaro DOORS(67-68 or 69) from 'reproduction' doors?? Is there a 'production' number stamped on Original Camaro DOORS??  Email:  mandm4boys@verizon.net

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Maintenance / 67-69 Lower A-Arms
« on: June 10, 2011, 04:31:56 PM »
Where can I find Lower A-Arms with ball joints installed and bushings For Sale, without paying $150 or more?

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Restoration / Subframe bushings
« on: March 29, 2011, 04:43:01 PM »
I'm replacing sub frame rubber bushings. All 4 rubber bushings(with steel sleeves) are about 2 1/2" O.D. But 2 bushings are about .700" thick, and the other 2 bushings are about .900" thick. Which goes where?? I've heard the 2-.900"thick bushings go between the floor and the sub frame by the fire wall location(on the frame), and the 2 thinner bushings(.700") go in the rear of the sub frame. Is this true??

Also, what O.D. are the core support bushings(to the sub frame) and how thick should they be??

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Maintenance / '68 & '69 GM Positraction
« on: March 22, 2011, 01:21:28 AM »
I have a GM positraction case #EB30174, which is for a 4series ring & pinion. Does anyone out there know where I can find a diagram of that specific positraction and all it's parts, hopefully also identified??

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Decoding/Numbers / Muncie 4 speed Trans
« on: February 11, 2011, 05:09:05 PM »
I've got a Muncie 4 speed trans. I've identified it's a '65-'67 trans. I think. It has a 3885010 main case, a 3857584 tail shaft case, and a 3884685 side cover with 3/8 fine thread male studs(to attach the shifter rods).  I've also identified the "circles" on each case. It has 'NO' notches on the shaft and no drain plug(Did all M22's have a drain plug??)It has the letters/numbers on stamped on bearing retainer(piece inbetween the main case & the tail shaft case) "PO307". What is that??(rebuilder's #?). 

Then stamped on the main case, bigger numbers/letters(looks like from GM--like stamping the factory would do) "6Z142867"(or "1" maybe the last number instead of "7"). Is that some sort of factory number??  Thought I'd ask before pulling the side cover and count gears. Should inspect anyway. Help Please.

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Decoding/Numbers / 67, 68 & 69 Trunk Lids
« on: February 10, 2011, 02:23:52 AM »
Where is the 'date stamp' or 'run number' on a '67 lid, a '68 lid and a '69 lid??  Also, how are they interpreted or identified?? 

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Originality / '67-'69 Radiators
« on: January 09, 2011, 06:47:20 PM »
Were the '67-'69 CAMARO "Harrison"(21"-23" and 2"-2 3/4 thick) radiators found in other GM cars??  The '68-'72 Nova has the about the same sub frame, is it possible that these same radiators were also discovered in these Novas also??  However, I don't think the core support is the same on the top side of the Nova(considering only the area covering the radiator attachment).  Is it also possible some of the earlier Chevy II's('66 & '67 had these CAMARO radiators??  I don't think any of these '67-69 CAMARO radiators were carried over to the 2nd Gen(only the '70 & '71 Camaros.  Any help or pictures please.

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Originality / Cowl Panels--'67, '68 & '69
« on: January 06, 2011, 07:20:26 AM »
Original vs. reproduction---Does Original panel have 'ribs' and where are they--pictures??  Then reproduction panels have no ribs??  What about '67 Original panels--are they plain(no ribs)is what I've heard--Is this true??----Are Original panels "thicker" than reproduction panels(i.e. about.046"/ .050" for Originals,  and .033"/.040" for reproduction stuff??----Any Help Please.

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Originality / '67-'69 Camaro Radiator Support
« on: December 06, 2010, 05:41:35 PM »
The Camaro Original GM Radiator Support vs. a 'reproduction' radiator support---I know there are 'square' holes in the GM support for flanged, square 5/16" nuts to fit in---and the reproduction has regular hex 5/16 nuts. The GM suppors seem to have more profound stamping lines/creases in ithem compared to the reproduction models. My questions are:   1. Are there any 'identifying' numbers stamped in the GM support??   2. If so, where are the numbers located??   3. If so, do the numbers refer to the week of that particular year??

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Originality / '67-'68-'69 Camaro HEADER Panel
« on: December 02, 2010, 05:15:47 AM »
I know that a '69 header panel differs physically from the '67 & the '68---- What I'd like to learn is "How To Tell The Difference(s) between an Original GM HEADER Panel vs. a reproduction header panel??"----Thicknesses??--------Can Anyone help, please

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Originality / '67-'69 Camaro COWL PANEL
« on: November 28, 2010, 10:25:08 PM »
'67-'69 Camaro COWL PANEL(Top Vent with Grills Panel--where windshield wipers come out)-----How do I tell an Original GM Panel from a reproduction panel??  There are no numbers I can find. The thicknesses of the 2 panel seem to be .038/.044" on the original GM panel; and .032/.039" on the reproduction panel. Probably the thicker one is the GM??  Not real sure.  Both panels look the same to me.   I need help on this one please.

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Originality / '67-'69 Original Radiators
« on: November 11, 2010, 05:31:57 AM »
On '67-'69 Original Radiators, where exactly is the word "Harrison"(raised letters I think) on  the radiator?   What size are the letters?  And where is the original GM part number on the radiator?  Size of it?  Thanks.

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Originality / '67-'69 Window Glass
« on: November 07, 2010, 05:13:10 PM »
What are the 'markings' on Original Window Glass-----ie: front windshield, back window, door windows, side windows?

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Originality / '67-'69 Original GM Camaro Hoods
« on: November 02, 2010, 04:47:01 AM »
Are there any sheet metal numbers/letters stamped on '67-'69 Original GM Camaro Hoods(driver;s side, back by cowl)?   If so, what are they?

Thanx, binky3

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