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General Discussion / Re: Camaro Numbers by State
« on: Today at 06:09:08 PM »
I think it is possible to get a rough idea based on members here. Similar to what they do for paint usage percentages. If each member said what state that they their camaros reside in.

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General Discussion / Re: Camaro Numbers by State
« on: Today at 03:46:34 PM »
With the passage of time and the dry unrusted cars moving all over country, through eBay and the large auction houses, I would assume that the saturation is pretty even all over the country. I would say  the highest concentration of first Gens is where ever Steve S. Lives.....😉

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Garage Talk / Re: MCACN 2017
« on: Today at 03:39:56 PM »
A 68 display of all the colors would be awesome. I would actually like to see all the different models of 68 camaros, SS, Z/28, RS some convertibles. Just my 2 cents


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Originality / Re: 69 Z28 carb fuel line bracket.
« on: Today at 03:30:54 PM »
Im not sure if they figured out what month these got phased in. Maybe around May of 69?
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Originality / Re: 69 Z28 carb fuel line bracket.
« on: Today at 02:43:17 AM »
thanks. I was on my phone, couldn't copy the link from my ebay app.

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Originality / Re: 69 Z28 carb fuel line bracket.
« on: Today at 01:29:04 AM »
I saw this bracket on eBay while looking for the front fuel line.
EBay # 162854368345
Reserve on this one. Well see what it goes for.

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General Discussion / Re: A First Generation Camaro LEGACY ?
« on: January 17, 2018, 12:25:30 AM »
Well thanks, but my question was directed towards Darrel.  What Steve and Jerry do is thier Business, I am just interested in the info. If it could benefit the hobby than why not inquire about it? ???
I wouldn't discourage anyone for gathering info, whether for themselves or to benefit others seeking good info towards making a smart purchase.
It is a hobby, and yes whether it is CRG, TC, or a experienced inspector, a buyer has to seek out some info to help themselves out. If any info we gather helps out others than great.👍

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General Discussion / Re: A First Generation Camaro LEGACY ?
« on: January 16, 2018, 06:05:34 PM »
GW writes , ...If you contract with someone to do a service for you, providing acess to/information from something you own, ownership of that information does NOT pass to the service provider.   Without requesting/receiving the right to do so.... Inless your initials are HRC.
;D

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General Discussion / Re: A First Generation Camaro LEGACY ?
« on: January 16, 2018, 05:54:40 PM »
Darrell can you expand on what you know about Jerry's reports? What point would there be in archiving the reports, if none of the contents could be divulged?

BTW- we have our own CRG and MRG (Mustang research group), in our household, my kids know more about first Gen Camaros and Mustangs than most of the guys I run into who "used to own one". While in the garage this past weekend, my son wanted a breakdown of X77 vs. X33 vs. RS (concerning a 69Z) , so naturally I busted out a huge piece of cardboard and propped it up and busted out a piece of chalk, and Educated him. He followed that up with a Q & A session. It was priceless, I am not sure who enjoyed it more. It is fun to not even have to get on a forum, or seek out someone to talk cars with, when he is around. Sometimes I just have to wait until he is done playing nerf guns, or finishing his homework to do so...  ;D

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General Discussion / Re: A First Generation Camaro LEGACY ?
« on: January 16, 2018, 05:45:55 AM »
Good point. So what your saying is all of Jerry's inspections if not kept by the seller, once they disappear are gone forever.

Well I have a leg up on the 08 (late 69 ) Camaros, It would be nice to get a few other guys to head up other months of the year, to keep this going. 

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General Discussion / Re: A First Generation Camaro LEGACY ?
« on: January 15, 2018, 04:43:18 PM »
I agree Doug, thats why I thought for example: if a potential buyer submitted a vin to say Kurt, and he had a list of Vin numbers that Jerry has inspected, he could then let the potential buyer know it is on file with Jerry, and possibly pay for a copy of that old report? 
Now maybe Jerry is unable to release the report, or maybe he destroys them after a number of years?
But, if he can get permission, or if the person who paid for the report isn't in the picture, maybe he could come up with a 2nd tier fee schedule for old reports?
So if he charges $800 for a new report, maybe he charges $200 for a copy of an old report? (maybe prorated based on age)

This is all speculation, but there would be a way for him to protect his business financially.

I am just not sure about who owns the info in those reports and their rights to keep it private.

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General Discussion / Re: A First Generation Camaro LEGACY ?
« on: January 15, 2018, 07:34:08 AM »
So then how would you would imagine a ideal registry at this point with your knowledge of the CRG data base, and a smaller sample of cars from Jerry and Steve?
We can all continue to funnel potential buyers through the CRG, but you are just one guy. Just like Jerry is one guy.
If you have something personal come up, and say you are out attending to it for 2 weeks, That data on 20,000 cars is pretty much locked up, until you get back then right?
I guess I am somewhat wondering where you see this going as time marches on?  Do you envision what you do evolving into more or a grander scale?

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General Discussion / Re: A First Generation Camaro LEGACY ?
« on: January 15, 2018, 04:03:48 AM »
Would it be a good idea to have a collective data base of all three? Kurt if you had the final say, how would you envision the best way to compile all the data?
Would you want it all under the CRG roof? Or is even that to monumental? (I am not sure how many cars Jerry has inspected/documented)
Would Jerry's data be to large, to take on merging it with Your CRG data (not sure if all of Jerry's data is on a computer)

(Be nice to hear from Steve S. And his take on this as well)

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I have seen a number of stamps where it looks like the letters and numbers were stamped individually. It is more the exception to the rule. Most of them the dates are in line, and the Axle code stamped separate and deeper.

here is a thread with a decent amount of pics of original rear ends:

http://www.camaros.org/forum/index.php?topic=10375.0

Once you look at them all you will see the variation. ;)

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