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106  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Originality / Re: 69 owners manual question. on: March 22, 2013, 11:43:49 PM
I think I do, but not sure. If I do it's burried somewhere. Do you have a spare?

$12...that's a deal, nice ones usually trade on eBay for 3x-5x that price, well done. Do you have the poly bag for it, an important detail.

 

Gary, I don't have a spare poly bag but there's a really nice one on eBay, item # 400442437592 .
107  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Originality / Re: 69 owners manual question. on: March 21, 2013, 12:16:45 PM
$12...that's a deal, nice ones usually trade on eBay for 3x-5x that price, well done. Do you have the poly bag for it, an important detail.

 
108  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Originality / Re: 69 owners manual question. on: March 14, 2013, 09:54:34 AM
I'm in the market for an OEM owners manual for my 06A Z and I have noticed that all the ones I have seen on ebay are First Edition August 68's. Were there other dates printed or was that First Edition use throughout the whole production run?

Gary, there is a nice Third Edition Owners Manual listed on eBay Item # 400435738472 .
109  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Originality / Re: 69 owners manual question. on: March 13, 2013, 04:48:00 PM
My 4C Norwood car has the April, 1969 Third Edition manual





110  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Originality / Re: Carb Stud Length - '69 Cowl Air Cleaner on: March 13, 2013, 01:29:42 AM
Thanks for the additional details Mike.

111  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Originality / Re: Carb Stud Length - '69 Cowl Air Cleaner on: March 11, 2013, 06:23:42 PM
Mike, thanks for the posting, that's excellent information and the photos help a great deal!  For completeness of topic and future reference, do you have, and would you post the measurements for the non-cowl stud as well.

 
112  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Originality / Re: Carb Stud Length - '69 Cowl Air Cleaner on: March 10, 2013, 02:32:33 PM
Lloyd,

The stud in the photo looks correct for a cowl hood car, however I think your wing nut is not the original, it looks to bulky in the wing thumb hold area. The wing nut should not be chrome, and the stud ( i think) is like a dull black phosphate. I had changed mine many years ago ( put a chrome lid and stud/nut off a non cowl hood car) and in going through my original kept parts for my car ( reinstalled), just came across it and the wing nut, ( as well as the lid) I will snap a picture Monday and repost it for you.  

Would be great if you would post a photo of an original, thanks Mike.
113  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Originality / Carb Stud Length - '69 Cowl Air Cleaner on: March 09, 2013, 01:36:46 PM
The cowl hood (original paint) and air cleaner assembly on my '69 Z/28 are original however at some point a few fasteners lost their way... including the air cleaner stud, and I have been painstakingly trying locate correct originals. The air cleaner stud seems to be a particular challenge.  The commonly available era correct stud is ~2.25" total length, the lower segment that screws into the carb is ~0.50" and upper segement that secures the cleaner lid and filter element is ~1.75".  I use an AC Delco repop 212CW air cleaner element which measures ~3.00" in height and an original 4053 carb with paper gasket.  I understand the original 212 element was also 3.00" high.

The stud has a lot (no photo) of excess thread length above the top of the air cleaner lid with the wing nut secured and doesn't look right. What is the correct total and segment lengths of an original cowl air cleaner stud and are there any differences vs a non-cowl hood open element stud? I am also interested in how the top of the stud was finished/cut. The stud in the photo is tapered rather than bunt cut  Huh









114  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Originality / Re: Dimpled Carb Studs on: January 12, 2013, 02:56:06 PM
Where did you buy them from?

Mike

eBay auction.
115  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Originality / Re: Dimpled Carb Studs on: January 12, 2013, 02:01:15 PM
Just bought this set, thought I'd post photos for another data point.







116  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Originality / Re: Dimpled Carb Studs on: January 08, 2013, 05:30:05 PM
Thanks Chick, so a dimpled stud was used on a Gen 1 in ‘68, that's progress. There was a mention on the Yenko.net forum by a reputable restorer that dimpled carb studs were "correct" for an L78 '69 Camaro. I found that to be a bold statement especially in light of postings from John Z and others that fasteners (and their markings) used on the NOR and LOS assembly lines varied by supplier and there was little consistency. There were no other postings on the subject I could locate and I have never seen them used or referenced elsewhere.  
117  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Originality / Dimpled Carb Studs on: January 08, 2013, 10:20:01 AM
I have seen dimpled carb studs for sale from time to time and was wondering if they were ever factory installed on any Gen 1 Camaro?

118  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Originality / Re: 69 Power steering box color ( the 4 bolt top piece) on: December 30, 2012, 02:51:34 AM
Cover is natural aluminum, cover bolts are dark (manganese) phosphated, box body is natural cast iron.
119  Camaro Research Group Discussion / General Discussion / 1969 Camaro Named Best Chevy of All Time on: September 14, 2011, 05:51:26 PM
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1969 Camaro Named Best Chevy of All Time

Nearly 125,000 Chevrolet fans have spoken, naming the1969 Camaro the “Best Chevy of All Time.”

As part of Chevrolet’s Centennial celebration, fans were asked to vote for their favorite vehicle from Chevrolet’s 100-year history. During the four-round, elimination bracket, the 1969 Camaro garnered 25,058 of the 124,368 votes cast, edging out the 1970 Chevelle SS in the final round.

Tom Peters, Chevrolet Design director, believes the ’69 Camaro is not only one of the best vehicles in Chevrolet’s history but one of the best vehicles ever. He is a little biased, however, having owned the same 1969 Camaro for nearly 20 years.
“I can vividly remember seeing one for the first time as a kid,” Peters said. “The intent of the Camaro was instantly understood, even to a 14-year old like me, because it possessed a very powerful personality and an elegant, simple design. The Camaro was so cool because it offered this great style, high performance, and yet was attainable for someone just getting out of school.
“Today, the ’69 Camaro has become one of the best examples of timeless design in the industry,” Peters said. “Like the very best designs, the Camaro is much more than just a machine because it evokes powerful emotions in people of all ages. That’s why we looked to the ’69 for inspiration when designing the fifth-generation Camaro, and why the ’69 Camaro is an example of the timeless vehicles Chevrolet will strive to deliver for the next 100 years.”


http://www.prnewswire.com/news-relea...129801733.html
120  Orphans - documentation or VIN-stamped drivetrains - in search of the original cars / 1969 - Orphans / 1969 M20 VIN# 19N668283 on: July 13, 2011, 10:38:03 PM
I recently purchased a 1969 RS Z/28 (4C build date) with a later dated (August 23 1969) M20 that I plan to remove. Would love to reunite this transmission with the original car!





PS - this M20 was originally discovered in May, 2006 with no success in reuniting it with the original car. It will be removed from the car shortly.
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