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General Discussion / VIO19MF 327 block
« on: January 23, 2013, 09:14:13 PM »
Early cast,  J176  (two days till assembly) smog 210 HP 327 blocl only. It's on craigslist Orange County in Westminster'
 there are clear pictures od the stamp and casting marks. it's not mine. the seller want's $ 150.00. I did not see a VIN stamp.
   Hope it helps someone.   Sorry I can't do links.   
        Victor

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Restoration / 1111169 68 lot dates
« on: November 05, 2012, 03:09:21 PM »
I am looking for a 1111169 distributor for a mid March of 68 motor and wondering about lot dates for this time period. I have two but ones dated 7H8 and the other is dated 7J14 both way too early. if anyony  has a march motor can you post your distributor date?
  Thank you,
    Victor

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General Discussion / Reproduction Muncie Shifters
« on: November 05, 2012, 02:58:30 PM »
Hi guys,
 Has anyone used the repo 67, 68 Muncie shifters? what were your thoughts?
  Thanks,
    VT

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General Discussion / Starter ID help
« on: May 30, 2011, 06:07:32 PM »
Can anybody check starter # 1108435? I don't have any listing for this #. It is dated 9 K 21 so I wondering what it came from.
It should have been a 1107365, so now I need to find 365. would the starter be part of the motor assembly or installed on the production line?
  Thank you,
      Victor

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Originality / Distributor batch date?
« on: May 09, 2011, 01:53:27 AM »
 Hi guys,
  I need to know the correct date for a # 111169 for a March 21, '68  built motor. Also, would the Allt. be dated by the motor build date or the car build date? Batch date? Car is a 05C, (L340398) Trans. is 8D26. (Quite a spred but all correct)
 Any info on the dates would be great,
  Thank you,
    Victor

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General Discussion / 67 RS/SS TT on C.L in LA
« on: March 15, 2011, 02:22:03 PM »
TWIMC,
 A loose TT is listed on Craigslist in Los Angeles. It states is from a RS/SS, Poor photo, I could not read it.
  VT

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Originality / 1968 R/S Molding clips style
« on: November 26, 2010, 01:38:19 AM »
Hi Guys,
 Part # 3921828 retaining clips in the AIM (page 423) shows a clip that looks like the repo items from classic camaro or rick's with a green finish and two prong construction, However the clips that were I removed were four prong brown finish clips that resemble a
 bug with longer "leggs" on one side like a stink bug (the moldingd are somewhat triangle shapped). There is not a revision listed in my AIM but there is no printed date either, The car is an L.A. 05C, I want to use the brown clips that fit perfectly and holds the moulding very tight. Does anybody know if these clips were original? changed at the assembly plantat some point?  and if so, where can i get six more?
 The brown four prong clips are far superior to the green two prong clips. Has any one else encountered these clips on their car?
 Thank you for your time,
  Victor

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General Discussion / Muncie shifter change
« on: June 15, 2010, 12:47:55 AM »
Does anybody have a good idea when the shifter levers stamped "MUNCIE" were replaced with the non-stamped lever ?
  Victor

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Restoration / 1968 reveal door ledge mouldings
« on: March 20, 2010, 02:35:14 AM »
How is the custum reveal mouldings held on? The service manual states there are screws, Where are they, and do they snap on and off ? I looked and felt for screws. . . . but i could be blind and numb.
  Thanks,
   Victor

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Restoration / 68 R/S rocker trim fasteners
« on: November 18, 2009, 02:26:07 AM »
Hi guys,
 I need help with the correct use of the 4 different mounting fasteners. for each side there are 11 mounting holes. 3 on the front fender, 3 on the quarter panel, and the rest on the door. the AIM only shows the front fender mounting. Does any one know where I can find another picture of the mounting? I can easly mount the trim, but I want it in the correct order.
 Thank you,
  Victor

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Decoding/Numbers / Eight track tape player
« on: July 23, 2009, 06:07:29 PM »
 Hi all,
 I need help to ID a DELCO MODEL 7930492 tape deck. It appers to mount at the bottom, has two knobs, one "PROGRAM"
 push button, and is black with a grain finish. Was there only one unit for all the different setups? ( am, am/fm, multi-plex, ect)
  The unit it self is triangle shaped with a eight pin plug exiting the rear.
  Thank you,
   VT

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Originality / Tape Deck ID
« on: July 23, 2009, 01:40:22 AM »
 Can any body help me ID a tape deck, DELCO MODEL NO. 7930492 ?
 Thanks,
  Victor

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Originality / 68 painted side marker bezels
« on: July 06, 2009, 12:52:42 AM »
I need some observation help regarding original 1968 side marker bezels. It seems that the front bezels were Highlighted with black painted Valleys (# 3925429) and the rear quarter panel belels are not painted ( # 3927459). Other than part books, I have been unable to find any information about this. For the last two weeks i have been attending as many shows/cruises as i could, but was not convinced one way or another. So happens the original painted cars i saw were both L.A. cars and both had the black front bezels and neither owner had ever noticed they were not the same as the rears. (these were standered models) My car has the R/S option. So my questions are: Is this standard?, Part of a trim option?, How is this judged at a show?  If you have any input please post.
 Thank you,
 Victor

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Originality / 68 side marker bezels
« on: June 19, 2009, 06:11:11 AM »
 I found two different front side marker bezels while reassembling my O5C LA RS/SS. one is part # 3925429 and inside the "valley" is painted black. The other is part # 3927459 and is not painted in the "valley". Was one of these part of the RS package?
  Victor

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General Discussion / Edelbrock's red camaro
« on: March 26, 2009, 05:23:17 AM »
Hi guys,
I was wondering if anybody has ever checked out the red 67 SS "that came from the factory with a 327" becuse they ran out of 350s ? I remember this being a magazine car early on (I think one of the stories was "THE CAMARO THAT COULD"). I don't buy that the factory made so many big mistakes. It seems that a lot of people think their wrong part is somehow original. It was common in the late 70's early 80's to crash or buy a crashed muscle car an put all the good stuff on a stocker... we did a few... numbers ment nothing! Parts were cheap, labor was free. We also swapped out all the good parts we wanted when we sold or traded cars. I have gone through 7 early camaros through the years and still have many of the good parts, kept 1 original BB car. Our group went through dozens (Chevelles and Novas too) and i'm sure this was repeted throughout the hot rod world. People junked 302s becuse they did not know how to tune or drive them. Anyway any info on the Edelbrock camaro would be great to know.
  Thanks,
    Victor

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