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Originality / 1969 early L.A. cars
« on: July 06, 2017, 07:04:46 PM »
So I have been meaning to start this thread for a little while now. I know there are many differences for the early production cars vs. late. I also wanted to see if there are many differences between early L.A. cars vs. Norwood.

One thing I noticed recently is my 10B L.A. car which has a 711 interior code, (black standard), and has metal seat belt buckles, where my 08C (late 69) norwood car, with the same interior code has plastic. Also both cars have the Z23 option.


Garage Talk / Who likes custom paint with a patriotic flare?
« on: June 17, 2017, 05:25:15 PM »
I saw this ad, and thought, this may be before my time, and a little wild. But for some of you guys, this car would have put you in the limelight back in the day.
Only 22k, and you could have a 1 of a kind fathers day gift! ;D

if the ad comes down:

General Discussion / LM-1 car?
« on: May 29, 2017, 05:43:23 PM »
I saw this original looking 69 on ebay, and wondered if it would be a LM-1 car if the 350 is original to the car?
I am guessing the bumper guards were a option.( I haven't seen the larger bumper guards on a non Z car)

Any other items stand out?

Originality / 1969 Camaro Fan/clutch bolts ?
« on: May 26, 2017, 10:38:59 PM »
Hey guys, so I am swapping out replacement parts for original items, some from other members, some I had already, and a few Gems from the web. I had a extra Eaton fan clutch, and found and original fan for my car, but now I can't seem to figure out what the original style bolts would be to mount the fan/clutch assembly to the water pump.

So if any of you 69 Small block guys (with a fan clutch) out there has a original bolt and can snap a pic for me I would appreciate it.

This is for a early 69Z with 302 block, if it makes a difference.

Thanks in advance.

Originality / 1969 DZ block?
« on: May 16, 2017, 05:50:21 AM »
Saw this on craigslist, and did not look right to me.

I assume re-stamp since it is missing a digit on the pad for the VIN. Opinions please


General Discussion / nice 67 Big block car up for sale
« on: May 07, 2017, 09:25:11 PM »
I saw this on Bring a Trailer thought you guys would enjoy the pics

Love the color. Hope the car is as honest as it is presented.

General Discussion / My new project....
« on: May 03, 2017, 06:43:06 AM »
So I have been on the hunt for a 67 Camaro (driver type car)and have probably looked at about 6 or 7 in person, and many more on the net. I was set on finding a 4 speed car. Well I did find a really nice original one but it was an automatic, so I passed. I saw many junky ones and passed on them as well. So I thought maybe I should expand my search and added a few models into the mix. So almost everyday I would check ebay daily as well as craigslist and do some random searches. Well a few weeks ago I hit the jackpot.

It was a funny listing for a 69 camaro with a 302, but then had a super small pic of a white SS. It had only been posted for 37 minutes, so I emailed the seller and got lucky, since I was the first one to contact him. He said it was his uncles car who is 82 years old, and since his hip/knee surgury a while back he was ready to sell. I told him I was very interested and would be on the road quickly, and I knew he was a bit of a drive from me, I asked if he could be patient for me to get there, and let me be the first to see it.
He texted me a couple of real pics of the car, and I was blown away:

Originality / 1969 Z/28 spare tire hook size?
« on: May 02, 2017, 08:33:31 PM »
So I am doing some "research" for a 69Z, and it is missing the spare tire hook. I checked my neighbors stock 68 Camaro, and his is 8.5. I asked Gary on here and he had a couple, one of which is 9.5. So my question is what is the correct size for a 69Z, and was it exclusive to the Z, for any reason. Anyone with a 69 and a original spare tire hook size please chime in with the length.

(BTW this is for an early Los Angeles 69Z , if it makes any difference)


General Discussion / 1969 Z trim tag real?
« on: February 20, 2017, 05:41:02 AM »
So,  I was on ebay, and saw this car.

I like the color of this 69 Z, But when I looked at the trim tag.., it looked kinda funny (fake) to me.
I would like to get some other options though


Decoding/Numbers / Funny looking trim tag
« on: October 21, 2016, 05:54:29 PM »
Saw this listing today:

I have never seen a 4L date code. I am guessing original tag, but mis-stamped?

Wish they would have gone back with the Rally Green paint, I would like to see all these obscure colors come back in popularity, so guys go back with there original paint colors.

So I saw this eBay seller that posted a ton of Northeast Chevrolet dealer plates on eBay and thought some of you guys may be looking for one to put with your car, or on the front of your car. He has some U.S.A. #1 plates from dealers which I thought was a late 60's -70's time frame.
Here is auction for one of them:

If you hit the button on see sellers other items, you will see the many others he has. All reasonably priced I thought.

Good luck!

Garage Talk / new 1LE pulls off faster lap times than the 5th gen Z/28
« on: September 21, 2016, 01:38:37 AM »
Thought this was an interesting story. The new 2017 1LE pulls off faster lap times than the 5th gen Z/28 at Laguna Secca,
check it out:

(Probably cheaper than 75k as well) Actual 2017 1LE price ($44,490) the 1LE is a +$6500 to a 1SS.

In actuality about 11k cheaper than the 2017 Shelby GT350:

cool video. Makes you wonder what the 6th gen Z/28 will do at the track?


General Discussion / Another fake Z....
« on: August 30, 2016, 04:50:10 AM »
So here is my 69 Camaro contribution of the day...of course another fake Z. :P

(Can you recognize one when you see one?)

This one was a little easier to spot, or I am getting better recognizing the fake from the authentic... :D

(VIN 124379N522694)

Sorry I already posted a Auction of a nice 67, so gotta balance that with a "not so stock" 68.....


I know you 68 guys (Darrell) will be all over this....Just the floor mats alone are going to get you to bid... ;D

Got a chuckle the other day when I heard so many guys say they wish they had a BB car with a bench and column shift.
So I ran across 67 RS/SS  today. Looks nice, with a build sheet as a bonus:

Good luck fellas! :)

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