I'm (still) restoring my 1967 RS Camaro. I've had the car since 1979, maybe the second or third owner (something else to research). As a college punk I thought that "old" 327 original engine could do with an upgrade so I swapped the engine out and chucked the original block. Those short-sighted college punks...
Recently I bought a buddy's newly machined L79 327 from his 1968 Corvette (he wasn't able to complete his own project). I figured it was as close as I'd get to having a 327 back in the car.
I'm building the motor back to stock but not sure about how "swappable" the miscellaneous Corvette parts will be. I don't have the headers or the oil pan yet, so was wondering if those items will be usable in the Camaro. Alternators/starters all the same? It will not be a concourse car, but I'd like to stick to "original" or "original looking" parts as much as possible.
Any other tips or pointers for this swap? I'm at the ground floor on the engine build so entertaining all thoughts. Rebuild the Rochester? HEI or install pertronix upgrade in the distributor (if I find it)?