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General Discussion / CSL48S221686
« on: March 31, 2023, 10:55:24 PM »
Nice car. Not so nice VIN

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General Discussion / Fender well pulley
« on: October 03, 2020, 04:08:19 AM »
Has anybody ever seen this before?  I have a pulley attached to my LH fender well. Any ideas what it was used for? Of course I know the factory didnít put it there I am just curious if anyone has seen pulleys in an engine bay before.

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General Discussion / My first car
« on: August 26, 2020, 05:10:59 AM »
I bought my Camaro in 1987. It was my first car. I knew I wanted a hot rod when I went looking around for a car. I spotted this 69 Camaro and had to have it. It had rust starting to bubble on the quarter panels but I didnít care it was a 69 Camaro. I paid $800.00 for it and drove it home. That was a great day for me. I had my own set of wheels and it was a cool car. I didnít know what the numbers or codes meant on the car but I was always curious. I remember talking to a guy when I first owned the car who was supposed to be a Camaro expert and asked him about the cowl tag.He told me I had a Z28 because of the #8 on the body sequence so I thought it was a Z28. The 1988 December issue of Guide to Muscle Cars had a Camaro decode article and I found out my Camaro is a SS396.It was excitement for me all over again. Then a few years ago I find your fine website and lots of my questions are answered. I am thankful for everyone who posts because my knowledge increases even more. The picture attached is the first picture I took of the car a couple of days after purchase.

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General Discussion / Database addition
« on: August 19, 2020, 02:35:01 AM »
Kurt, please add my Camaro to the database. 1969 X66 Olympic Gold. Non original engine and trans. Unsure about the rear end.

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General Discussion / My X66
« on: July 21, 2017, 03:07:53 AM »
I bought my 69 in 1988 after saving up money to buy a hotrod. As I love Corvettes and all muscle cars I did not know what I was gonna buy but I knew I wanted something cool. There it was in a driveway with a big for sale sign on the back window. I took one look and knew it was mine. Well I bought it drove it for 2 years and had a blast. now its been sitting for the last 27 years and I need to get it back on the road. I have given it to my son and will be working on it soon. I will be posting pics and will have questions as I go along. As I have always gained knowledge and great info on this site I know you guys will help me when I have questions so thanks in advance for a great site. I will see if I can post pictures if not I will get my son to help.

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General Discussion / John Z needs our prayers
« on: October 05, 2016, 12:31:51 AM »
I was on the Corvette forum today and found out John Z has been hospitalized for several weeks. I am new to this forum but I have learned so much about my Camaro from John's postings. He is a wealth of knowledge to the Corvette and Camaro hobby. John I believe GOD still does miracles and I am praying for a speedy recovery for you. GOD bless.

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General Discussion / SS396 FACT BOOK
« on: January 08, 2016, 03:48:42 AM »
My wife bought me Jerry MacNeish's 1969 Camaro Z28-SS396 FACT BOOK for Christmas. Wow what an awesome book. Thanks Jerry. This will help me with my Camaro. Actually my son's Camaro. I gave it to him last summer. Now for sure I have to make time for he and I to fix it up. Thanks again Jerry.

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