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16  Camaro Research Group Discussion / General Discussion / Re: 1968 LA L78 car - real or not? on: July 25, 2011, 10:02:29 PM
I wasn't really looking for specific fraudulent paperwork identifying details in this case, more just in generality.  If these were original but partially modified docs, that indicates only a certain amount of effort was used to create them but that portions were probably original.  Based on their authentic look, if these were completely made from scratch, than that would lead me to believe I probably shouldn't trust any docs out there...

I am investigating a couple of 1st Gen prospects at the moment, and will be happy to submit some info on them if I get any further in the process.

17  Camaro Research Group Discussion / General Discussion / Re: 1968 LA L78 car - real or not? on: July 25, 2011, 08:25:19 PM
Quick question about the docs for this particular car...

By stating that the paperwork is fake, are you saying that all the documents included for sale with this car are completely "made from scratch", or are they perhaps documents that have been partially modified in some way in order to match this vehicle?  Is it possible the owner managed to acquire original docs for his car?  Just trying to learn more to maybe avoid being the next victim of a fraud.  If I ran across this car locally (i.e. not advertised for sale to the public), I would have believed the docs were legit.....

On another note, I compared the aforementioned engine stampings with some pencil rubbings from one of my old L78's from around that same basic time frame (T1026MQ  18L311599), and I can see some variations between the stamps that don't look right to me.

18  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Research Topics & Reports / Re: Gas tank date codes on: July 10, 2009, 08:02:31 PM
Here goes my first attempt at this forum.....  since you were looking for an early production '69 you made me go look (never checked before).

My 10A '69 Norwood Z/28 has a gas tank code of 6  69 (very clearly stamped).  The car has approximately 40k original miles and still has the original gas tank as far as I know...

Learn something new every day !!

Thanks for the info...

19  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Decoding/Numbers / Re: Seeking help decoding possible 69 R/s Z/28 Export Broadcast Sheet.... on: August 07, 2006, 08:21:34 PM
Hello again,
Been out of touch for a while but got an email this item was brought up again so I thought I better respond.
This sheet is definitely the CHASSIS Broadcast sheet and not the BODY broadcast sheet.  I haven't been able to get to the car or the sheet lately (like I said, it's really stashed away) or I would get a better photo and breakdown of the details to you guys (be patient).  The code at the bottom is 5712 followed by two letters, A and one I cannot see clearly in my current photo.  I was under the impression that this would be the same code for the interior (in this case 712, blk custom) that would be shown on the window sticker, etc.(i.e. 5712AA)  The two letters apply to the ECL codes that follow the option codes.
After checking the CHASSIS sheets for some of my other 69 LA built Camaros, I finally noticed that section 148 on line #1 says "EXP PREP" which might be a good indicator for an EXPORT PREPARATION vehicle?  Unfortunately, that portion of the Z/28 sheet did not survive.  I'm agreeing that it was most likely not an export vehicle due to the LA build instead of Norwood, but you always hope to find some exception to the rule........ (i.e., needle in the haystack).
Thanks for your help and I'll try to get more info sometime in the near future....  Charlie
20  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Decoding/Numbers / Seeking help decoding possible 69 R/s Z/28 Export Broadcast Sheet.... on: June 01, 2006, 10:32:55 PM
Hello Guys!!
I posted this question on the SuperCar Registry site and they suggested I post it here as well (please excuse my copy and paste laziness............) :
"OK you Whiz-Kids, let's test your Braintrust on this one. Twenty-plus years ago I acquired a Los Angeles built 69 R/S Z/28 from the 2nd owner who brought the car back from Germany. Over the years I have tried to determine if this was originally an Export car or just one that was shipped over after it was sold in the USA. The previous owner (Charlie Brown was his actual name) told me had to swap out the Kilometer speedo to a MPH speedo in order to get it registered in the USA upon it's return, but I have no proof of that.
I managed to save about 2/3rds of the Chassis Broadcast sheet from the gas tank and many codes are still legible (after many hours of careful resurrection).
So, are there any specific codes on the Broadcast sheet that would tell me it was an Export? I've heard that they may have used a different sway bar and perhaps other HD parts? I'm open to ideas here........
And just for FYI, it's a Burgundy, flat hood, white stripes, black deluxe interior car. And unfortunately, the original 302 was exploded on the AutoBahn.....
Put on your thinking caps please !!!"
The car and the actual Broadcast sheet are deeply buried away at the moment so I can't run out and check any details.  The photo of the Sheet I have is partially legible so maybe I can check codes on that for now?
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!  Charlie
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