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1  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Decoding/Numbers / Re: '68 SS Emblem with Standard Grill on: December 17, 2013, 01:36:52 PM
Thank you very much! I was hoping someone had some parts books to verify the numbers.
I guess that clears up what I have. Now I'm wondering what the difference is between the '69-'71 version and the '68 version? HBC advertises that the '68 version replaces the '69-71 version. Doesn't make any sense to me.
OK, I just joined. This is my first post, but I've owned my car for over 36 years. I have this exact same question. If HBC states their part replaced both the part for the '68 and the part for the '69-'71, what is the difference between the original parts? FYI: My experience has been very positive with HBC.
Can anyone answer? (I have a situation where someone on ebay (not HBC) shipped me a part with numbers stamped in the back. Tell me, are the casting numbers supposed to stick out as protrusions or are they stamped. Stamped doesn't make sense to me, but I thought I would check before I expose this guy as a fraud .....  if he is reading this maybe he'll refund my money before I talk.) Oh, this if fun. I'll look at the numbers later tonight. Yes, my car is a '68 SS standard grill. I've looked at this forum many times. It is very helpful. I hope I can contribute also.
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