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2881  Orphans - documentation or VIN-stamped drivetrains - in search of the original cars / 1967 - Orphans / 1967 documentation list - updated 3/6/2014 on: March 25, 2007, 11:50:29 PM
The following is a list of VIN's from documentation (invoices, window stickers, shippers, protect-o-plates, etc) that has been found but is not with the original car. This list is updated as new documentation is located. If your car is on the list, please contact me.

Note that the CRG is not in possession of most of these documents, but will try to connect you with the current owner of the documentation.

***Please do NOT post requests for docs for your car.***

123377L100013
124377L100752
124377L103347
124377L107251
124377L108524
124377L111258
124377L111767
124377L112010
123377L115843
124377L116110
124377L116376
124677L116926
124377L118194
124377L120618
124377L121245
124677L121535
124677L122918
124377L123786
124377L124185
124377L124291
124377L124888
124677L126189
124377L127085
124377L128879
123377L129052
124377L130587
124377L132037
124377L132403
124377L132514
124377L133381
124377L133812
124377L135243
124377L136961
124377L137037
124377L138635
124377L138674
124377L138803
123677L142832
123377L143142
124377L143153
124377L144538
124377L144789
124377L145586
123377L145652
124377L146019
124377L149312
123377L150323
124377L150388
124677L151161
123377L154138
124377L154554
123377L155230
124377L156152
124377L159897
124377L160188
123377L160515
123377L160760
123377L160792
124377L160912
124677L161710
124377L162750
124677L162966
124677L163874
124377N100574
123377N100799
123377N101293
123377N101966
123377N102283
123377N102623
123377N102981
123377N103086
124377N103087
123377N103255
124677N104294
123377N104475
124377N104738
123377N104989
123377N105774
123377N107318
123377N107720
123377N107825
123377N107997
124377N108732
124677N110084
124677N111620
123377N112051
124377N112059
124377N114845
124377N115789
123377N117889
124377N118425
123377N118476
124377N119084
124377N119429
124377N119512
124377N120395
124377N121176
124377N121331
124377N121625
124377N122530
124377N123335
124377N123420
124377N123549
124377N124270
124377N124466
124377N124872
124677N125882
124377N126434
124377N129185
124377N130490
123377N130616
124377N131646
123377N132065
124377N132480
124377N132733
124377N133869
124377N134284
124377N134568
124677N135099
123677N135158
124377N135180
124377N135427
123377N135752
123377N136635
124377N137854
124677N140490
124377N140729
124377N140771
124677N141470
124377N141554
124377N142647
124377N143830
124377N145426
124377N145606
124377N146471
124377N147374
123377N149338
124377N149351
123377N149918
124377N150345
124377N150716
124377N150810
124377N151185
123377N152368
124377N152604
123377N153810
124377N154500
124677N154716
124377N155427
124377N156081
124377N156462
124377N156959
124377N157207
123377N157436
124677N157620
124377N158677
124377N159102
124377N160269
124377N160473
124377N160605
124377N161438
123377N161630
123377N163437
124377N163722
124377N164856
123377N165854
124377N166318
124377N167049
124377N168797
124377N169004
124677N169008
124377N169894
124377N169977
124677N170851
124677N171143
124377N172418
124377N173478
124377N173728
123377N174585
124677N175008
124377N176365
123377N176637
124377N177487
123377N179968
123377N181008
124377N181125
124377N182062
124377N182068
124377N183635
124377N186914
124677N189557
123377N191731
124377N192872
123377N195362
124377N195882
123377N197470
124377N200034
123377N200513
124377N201101
124377N202314
124677N202918
124377N203414
124377N203511
123377N204602
124377N204748
124377N205693
123677N207651
124377N208934
123377N209809
124377N211441
123377N212725
123377N212783
123377N213948
123377N214247
124377N215192
123377N216658
123377N217090
124677N217639
124377N218224
124377N220530
123377N220878
123377N221836
123377N222808
123377N223544
123377N223554
123377N224190
123377N225046
123377N225923
123377N225926
124677N228043
124377N228811
124377N228844
124377N230453
123377N231836
124377N232524
124377N232683
124677N233418
124677N233998
123377N234084
124377N235821
123377N235997
124677N237718
123377N239909
123377N241060
123677N241344
124377N241353
123377N241811
123377N241859
123377N242175
124377N242991
124377N243008
123377N243125
124377N243879
123377N244892
123377N246418
123377N246421
123377N246804
123377N247590
123677N248488
123377N251982
124377N252438
124377N253281
124377N253847
124677N254670
2882  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Maintenance / Re: Battery question for my '69 on: March 25, 2007, 07:47:09 PM
Here is a bunch of battery info, including details of when the top post to side post change occurred. Realize that the timing of the change is different for different batteries and for different plants.
http://www.camaros.org/underhood.shtml#Batteries

Don't go by the dates in the AIM. The info in that link is the result of a lot of time spent researching when this change actually occurred. It took me a while to realize there was a difference in the changeovers for the two battery models, then the data made sense. Smiley
2883  Camaro Research Group Discussion / General Discussion / Re: Steel Wheels/SS hubcaps on: March 25, 2007, 03:27:50 PM
Wheel info: http://www.camaros.org/suspen.shtml#Wheels
2884  Camaro Research Group Discussion / General Discussion / Re: Chassis Page update on: March 23, 2007, 10:46:59 PM
Yes. That fits with the data. As noted, it was an early change.

2885  Camaro Research Group Discussion / General Discussion / Chassis Page update on: March 23, 2007, 04:04:01 PM
The chassis page (used to be called suspension) has been revised / updated.
http://www.camaros.org/suspen.shtml

It also includes booster and master cylinder info now.

Kurt
2886  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Decoding/Numbers / Re: LA/Nor Vehicle ID numbers on: March 22, 2007, 12:37:06 AM
And we have several instances of 'repeated' body #'s and VIN's from different plants in the database.
2887  Camaro Research Group Discussion / General Discussion / Re: 1968 Camaro RS/SS help!!! on: March 21, 2007, 01:35:52 AM
Yes, http://www.camaros.org/diffs68.shtml
2888  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Decoding/Numbers / Re: 1969 LM1 could this be one on: March 18, 2007, 03:39:14 PM
NOR vs LOS.
2889  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Restoration / Re: 1969 wiper switch repair on: March 16, 2007, 10:08:32 PM
I've repaired them using 2 part epoxy for the wiper switch. Take a screw, put a tiny bit of oil on it, then position it in place and build up the boss around it. Just remove it after it cures and you're set. Only trick is getting the right boss height.

Plastic weld (aka solvent) for the missing tabs.
2890  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Originality / Re: LOS built 1967 L78's on: March 16, 2007, 10:02:10 PM
LA built a bunch of 67 L78's. They are out there, including a few very original cars.
2891  Camaro Research Group Discussion / General Discussion / Re: Car Insurance on: March 16, 2007, 09:51:39 PM
Jim,
I had confirmed that SF in MI is not 'agreed value' (as JohnZ also states). Then I ran across someone in IL that had SF with agreed value. Confirmed it was an agreed value policy. Asked my agent and he dug and confirmed that it was an agreed value policy in IL and I still couldn't get it in MI.
2892  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Decoding/Numbers / Re: Dual Fuel Lines on: March 16, 2007, 09:43:23 PM
mark you say that It's much more likely that the engine is not original than to find an L35 with a single fuel line.
it only takes 20 minutes to take the return line out maybe some one didn't like to cap the line,
maybe  they wanted a good job, i find your answer a little hard to believe you cant make that statement when you didnt even take the fact that it had mods done to it
I agree with Mark. I've looked at hundreds of cars and unless the car was restored, the fuel lines are one component that is *almost* never changed. He didn't say it was absolute, but just likely.
2893  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Decoding/Numbers / Re: decoding rear gear numbers on: March 16, 2007, 09:38:20 PM
A differential is a gear driven adding device. 1 output rev of both tires = (ratio) rev of input.  Only 1 side turning, only 1/2 of (ratio) input rev. 2 revs of 1 wheel = (ratio) rev of input.
Pretty need when you get into the gear theory behind it.

The ratio does show up here. Smiley
http://www.camaros.org/drivetrain.shtml#AxleCodes
2894  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Decoding/Numbers / Re: 1969 LM1 could this be one on: March 16, 2007, 09:04:28 PM
Paul,
Different year, different plant, different production usage patterns. Smiley

Mike,
Thanks! That looks a lot better!
2895  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Decoding/Numbers / Re: 1969 LM1 could this be one on: March 16, 2007, 03:23:25 AM
Actually, that's a long time between the axle and a body in that timeframe. Could it be PY1201G1?
Unusual if it is PY1101G1, but with that code and application, I highly suspect that it is original.
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