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1  Camaro Research Group Discussion / General Discussion / Re: USA-1 Plates on: July 06, 2013, 04:09:31 PM
Don't know when they changed to the aluminum backs, but I would guess after ' 78, when all the originals were gone. Here is a list of the different slogans that were used through the years, and many were license plates.

1964
*Count On Chevrolet to Build the one you want
*The Great Highway performers
*more,more,more for 64
*Chevys Lateset,Chevys Greatest!
*Chevy Time
*There's 5 in 64
*Roll Chevy Roll!(NSC)

1965
*Something New For EveryBody!
*The Beautiful Shapes for 65!
*Buy Word For '65..by Chevrolet
*65's Beautiful Breakaway (or Breakthrough) by Chevrolet
*The MAKE that MAKES you want a 65!
*Red Hot and Rolling!(NSC Campaign)
*Here and Wow!
*Steer em right!(NSC)
*New and Great!
*The Super 65's

1966
*A perfectly beautiful year to Go Chevrolet
*Your year to live it up in style
*Thrill of the Year
*Double divendend days!
*The thrilling 66's
*High Style! New Spirit!

1967
*Everything new that could happen...HAPPENED!
*Rumors come true Wonderfully!
*Mean more than ever before
*Exciting Beauty! Power that moves!
*Always out front in safety,(or styling)
*Chevy comes out swinging for 67
*Wonderful One
*America's No.1 Seller

1968
*Look at Chevrolets Latest!
*Decidely 68! Chevrolet!
*Stunningly Beautiful! Superbly Built! The 68 Chevrolet! Dramatically Designed! Distinctively Different! Daringly New!

1969
*Putting You first Keeps Us First!-(USA-1 License plate slogan too)
*The Leader Comes on Strong


1970
*"On The Move" The Chevrolet 70's.
*See America's First-(License Plate Slogan)
*The Chevrolet Movers (Trucks)

1971
*Putting you first in a Big Way-(license Plate slogan)
*Totally Tougher (Trucks)
*The Little Car that Does everything Well (Vega)

1972
*For you in 72!
*We want your Chevrolet to be the best car you've ever owned.
*Totally tougher to last longer (Trucks)
*Building a Better Way to See the USA (Mid year Red-White-Blue Motiff License Plate Slogan)Used in 1974 also

1973-Red-White-Blue motiff takes off.
*Building a Better Way to Serve the USA (Trucks)

1975
*Chevrolet Makes sense For America
*Lasting Chevy Value (Trucks)
*America's favorites,BaseBall,HotDogs,Apple Pie and Chevrolet (used well into the 76- 77 years too)
2  Orphans - documentation or VIN-stamped drivetrains - in search of the original cars / 1969 - Orphans / 1969 M-20 -Atlanta craigslist 19N583008 on: November 25, 2012, 12:12:36 PM
There is a Muncie for sale on Craigslist Atlanta, VIN 19N583008. If anyone owns this car.

http://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/pts/3377237732.html
3  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Decoding/Numbers / Re: 1969 Z/28 block casting numbers on: August 06, 2010, 04:29:15 PM
Ok, it has a code of T0218, it was a 8 instead of a 5, and has a K under it, all by the starter flange . So, it has a Tonawanda  CE code and date, but a  McKinnon foundry cast block, and K by the date also. Anyone seen anything like this? Did Tonawanda have a strike, and they use McKinnon cast blocks for warranty? Just curious. Never seen one like this... ever! It is a 4 bolt bare block.   
CE 9 52xxx  on top pad

T0218   by starter
K
4  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Decoding/Numbers / Re: 1969 Z/28 block casting numbers on: August 06, 2010, 02:58:16 PM
I have a 010 CE block, dated 11 69, with series # after it, and on the bottom, by the oil filter location, a date of K0215 . It had a # written on the side of the block in crayon of #3970647. A guy at the dealership told me it was replacement ' 69 Z fitted block, and that 397# was a service replacement # , ordered through the parts department. Sounds like someone turned a bearing, or worse, and had it replaced under warranty.   

Looks like CE 9 5XXXX. It is a bare block though, no crank/rods or pistons, and no VIN. And NO, I don't want to sell it.   
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