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1  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Restoration / Re: 1967 Rally Sport Relay Board on: August 07, 2013, 09:28:34 PM
Goes under the left front fender, in front of the wheelhouse, tucked up underneath fender.  An original RS LF fender will have 2 bolt holes for mounting the relay bracket.  When installed correctly all you will see are the 2 bolt heads.  The board & the wiring all tuck up underneath.
2  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Restoration / Question on fan identification (1967) on: August 03, 2013, 06:26:15 PM
I have browsed the CRG paper on 1st-gen cooling systems at and found a lot of great information there.

Primarily I am interested in the standard fixed four blade fan #3839282 for 1967; are these marked with any part# or date code stampings? I saw several different 4-blade fixed fans today from my restorer's parts collection and none of them had any part numbers or date codes.  Was told this is typical and the parts are very commonly found this way (my guy has many on hand).

What about the K02 #3789562 and #912239 clutched fans (also 1967), are these part-numbered and/or dated?

Additionally:  I have a 5-blade clutched fan #915595, it is also stamped SD D72, which was on my 396" '67 Camaro when I acquired it... Pretty sure the fan is not original (maybe dealer-installed or a previous owner?).  I cannot find any info. on applications for the #915595 P/N (though there is one on ebay right now with the description: "68 69 70 Corvette Camaro Vette LT 1 GM 5 Blade Clutch Fan gm 915595"

Any help appreciated-- Thanks-- Charley
3  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Restoration / Rebuilding 1967 L35 396 on: May 08, 2013, 10:50:22 PM

I am having an L35 396" motor built for 1967 restoration project (original 4N car).

I'm wanting to keep it as stock as possible, however engine builder is recommending that with stock L35 cam, we use lower compression pistons (around 9.5:1) instead of the stock 10.25:1; to reduce pinging and improve driveability.   Car will be driven sparingly on the street, mainly from home to shows & back, would like to use pump gas if possible.


1) Is there anyone out there with a STOCK L35 (1967) engine (cam & pistons) and can it be driven with pump gas?? Or do you have to do something special for fuel like octane boosters or racing gas??

2) Anyone with a rebuilt '67 L35-- If you've rebuilt to a non-stock configuration, any comments on results & driveability with the cams and/or pistons you used?

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