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1  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Mild Modifications / Re: Can a 1969 console be installed in a 1967 Camaro? on: August 13, 2012, 10:22:55 PM
A factory assembly manual for 1969 Camaro should answer most of your questions. I've been able to download specific vignettes from 1968 and 1969 assembly manuals online for updating my 1967 SS350. (traction bar, 10 bolt 8.5 inch posi differential, etc... Factory assembly manuals can be purchased as cheaply as 15-25.00 on E-bay, cheaper if you keep your eyes peeled in antique/flea market vendors that specialize in automotive manuals or swap meets. 1967 consoles are cheap enough that I encourage you to shop a bit for your your first of first gen part. My stock 1967 console with guages looks good in my opinion. I've juiced it up with aftermarket instrument panel, stewart warner speedo/tach/instruments, matching console guages. 1969 console is a little bit wider, mounting will be more difficult, wiring is different and it won't look as good in my opinion. Vive la difference'
2  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Mild Modifications / Re: HEI Distributor Upgrade Advice Request... on: August 13, 2012, 10:07:12 PM
I've used GM K-66 ignitions in Corvettes and Camaro's for well over 40 years. (upgraded board in the amplifier of course). Amplifiers have been reasonable if purchased used. NOS is expensive but worth every penny. (I've stockpiled used and NOS spare parts for my future use) Bulletproof in daily driving in my 1967 SS350. Coils are now available for virtually all applications, multiple wiring harness vendors. NOS TRANSISTORIZED IGNITION AMPLIFIER 1115343 CAMARO CHEVELLE CORVETTE 68 69 70... Elegantly simple. They look bitching. I've been using the stock L-76 unit in a 1964 Corvette since 1976. I've changed the motors at least 6 times. The ignition simply works. Paradigm shift?
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