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General Discussion / Re: Azure 1969 Z
« on: March 05, 2013, 09:16:26 PM »
Somebody tell me I am wrong. 411,s are 10 bolt gears and 410,s are 12 bolt gears. Talking about factory stuff not aftermarket.
I hear guys say 4.11 and 4.10 all the time, mixing up the 2.  I have a 65 Mustang fastback and 4.11 is a Ford ratio. But you will hear a ford guy say he is going to put back the factory 4.10 rear end, when really he means the factory 4.11. And same thing with Camaro guys, I hear them say they think there car cam with 4.11 from the factory, when really it is a 4.10. Thats my take on why you hear both numbers mistaken for each other.

General Discussion / Re: Poll #2 - T-shirt back
« on: February 20, 2013, 07:38:56 PM »
I like it. Good idea with changing the font on "org". I think it does stand out more like that. WTG

General Discussion / Re: Poll #2 - T-shirt back
« on: February 20, 2013, 06:54:58 AM »
you may need to reach out to the guy that put the time in to developing these images as well as numerous other ideas and examples for each members ideas that were put forward. I think the gesture would be a nice way to get us all back on the same team. I went back and looked at the original thread and he looked like he had every other response in putting someones words into another design or image. I think he showed the best of what our members can be. I also think you and HIM could have shown more tact when having a disagreement. Give it a legitimate shot, if he is to proud to meet you in the middle and accept than thats on him.
I think there is more than a few members here that would appreciate us all working together, and getting him back on our team.  ;D

Thanks Kurt

General Discussion / Re: Poll #2 - T-shirt back
« on: February 19, 2013, 06:31:39 PM »
One point of consideration regarding the voting of the back and front: I like # 5 and # 4.  #5 has the website on it,  #4 does not. If #4 ends up being the winner, then I would prefer choice #1 for the front that has the website, if number 5 then I think # 2 for the front.

I think it is important to have the website featured at least once on the shirt.

Another option: how about option # 4 with "primary research and resto...." on the top, and then the CRG logo, and the then the script on the bottom?

thats fine, we could add a category for multiple camaros . There poll gives some good info. looks like they have about 3000 voting members

thats fine we can have a category for them. I think if we started keeping statistics of our members it may paint a picture of our site. I think it would be interesting to know. Maybe going forward when a new member applies they could input this info.

General Discussion / Re: Zl-2 Cowl Hood Production
« on: February 16, 2013, 04:42:37 AM »


User            Model           Plant       build code      hood stamp
OAKLYSS         SS              VN             04A               12
ZLP955             ?              VN             04A               13
DONCZ28    X-33 Z/28       NOR            06A               23
ZBO2                ?             NOR            07A               25
BULLITT65   X-77 Z/28      NOR            08C               26
69Z28-RS    X-33 Z/28       NOR            09C               25
xandf          X-77 Z/28       NOR            10E               34

Guys just copy this list. Paste it in your response, and figure out where you fit in (build date wise), and then add your info. (post it!)

Kurt, Ed or anyone amoung "the inner circle" , is there a rough breakdown of our 4132 members by year and model of car? like how many members have a 67, of those that have a 1967 how many are SS models, RS or a Z or plain jane, and so on and so forth for the other years. It would be interesting to know which year is strongly represented by membership and if the other years are close by, or we need to reach out to another years owners because there is such a discrepancy. I look forward to the answer on this.....

General Discussion / Re: Zl-2 Cowl Hood Production
« on: February 16, 2013, 03:53:58 AM »

User            Model           Plant       build code      hood stamp
OAKLYSS         SS             VN             04A               12
ZLP955             ?             VN             04A               13
ZBO2                ?             NOR            07A               25
BULLITT65   X-77 Z/28      NOR             08C               26
69Z28-RS    X-33 Z/28       NOR             09C               25
xandf          X-77 Z/28       NOR             10E               34

any others?? Kurt I thought you had a cowl hood on your car? Also I know OakleySS stated his is an  SS car,  it would be interesting to see the mix of Z/28 vs. SS cars

General Discussion / Re: Zl-2 Cowl Hood Production
« on: February 15, 2013, 04:06:54 PM »
Hey what happened to our running list of car info and hood date? Did it get removed for some reason?

Originality / Re: Temp sensor
« on: February 07, 2013, 08:00:44 PM »
I have the original sleeve on mine but it is a bit shorter than the full length, some of it looks to be frayed from age. Sorry wish I could be more help

General Discussion / Re: New CRG members
« on: February 06, 2013, 07:37:43 PM »
nothing personal, but I don't have any interest seeing any of your guys faces, just post a picture of your Camaro ....

Originality / Re: Temp sensor
« on: February 04, 2013, 07:32:23 PM »
Ok I understand the trade of the Opel for the Camaro, BUT you didn't mention the boat! that changes everything! I'll have to rethink that deal.

Seriously though what does the Camaro look like now?

Never mind the Camaro, WHAT DOES THE BOAT LOOK LIKE NOW?????? (sorry couldn't resist)

General Discussion / Re: Hello from a newbie.
« on: February 04, 2013, 07:14:36 PM »
There are a handful of items that are reproduced that are authorized by GM. Most everything else is reproduced for first Gen Camaros is made in China. Year One, OPG, there are numerous suppliers, some parts are reproduced by different companies with varying degrees of quality. If a Camaro owner wants a sure fit or top shelf part, he/she will look for an original or New old stock GM part. There are actually quite a bit of NOS parts still available from private sellers, who have stock pilled parts over the years. A parts car will turn up from time to time, and is a good source for original parts.  Most of the time reproduction is frowned upon because you have a good chance of it not fitting, or looking correct. The NOS or original is as good as it gets, but not all reproduction parts bad. Trim parts makes nice emblems for Camaros as well as many other makes and models, I have never received a bad emblem from them, and I would rate them as one of the better reproduction companies out there. I believe that all of there items are GM licensed, I am unsure if they are using the original tooling or not, but they make a nice product. There are also other guys out there like Jerry MacNeish who certifies Camaros, and he also sells a limited amount of parts, or rebuilt items like alternators, distributors, and smog systems. His smog systems for instance use some reproduction parts, but visually I am told are spot on.
I hope this helps you out in getting an understanding of the parts situation for first Gen Camaros.

General Discussion / Re: Hello from a newbie.
« on: February 03, 2013, 09:21:03 PM »
So were driving a french inspired car ?!!!

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