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1  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Decoding/Numbers / 1111480 4C30 Distributor on: November 11, 2014, 09:25:24 PM
I have a question on a distributor I found on a parts shelf that has been there since the late 70's or early 80's.  According to the shop it was taken out of a 1969 Z28 but it does not look like the correct font and date code.  I magnified the stampings and have posted the pictures.  The distributor body has the AA cast half way above the distributor gear along with 39 on the opposite side.  The advance is 532 CCW.  The tiny Delco Remy is stamped into the point base plate. The vacuum advance is 437 15.  It also has the chisle mark on the hold down ring to match to the intake manifold. Did GM make replacements with a current year like they did quadrajet carburetors?  If so did they chisle mark the timing mark as a general set up?  Greatly appreciate some insight as to the details on this distributor. 
2  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Originality / Re: 1969 paint code 52 Garnet Red, need help! on: August 30, 2013, 09:40:28 PM
Code 52 Garnet Red is PPG code 2076.  Formulation is still available in Lacquer, DCC-Concept Single Stage, DBC-Deltron 2000 BC/CC, Global BC-BC/CC or Global DG-Single Stage, plus all the value line products of OMNI and Shop Line.  Formulations are matched from the OEM standard supplied by the manufacturer.  It is possible to have a color shift in the factory applied color from car to car.  Interior trim color for low gloss code is Dark Red or Medium Red PPG code 71750 and 71751 respectively.  Flat color Dark Red is PPG code 71643 however these three colors are only formulated in the old DIA-Lacquer.  Depending where you are located it may be difficult to find a distributor who still mixes lacquer.  
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