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Is that a red Camaro with white stripes that I see in the distance in one of your photos? Looks like possibly another '67?

Yes it is a 1967 Camaro Z28, the Heinrich Chevy-land one which now belongs to a Belgium owner.
We also had several US cars in the grid : a 1978 Camaro Z28 that competed 8 times in the 24 hours in period, a 1970 Hemi Cuda, a 1968 Mustang 302 TA recreation, and two 1965 Mustang 289.
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Trans-Am Camaros / Re: Monterey 2015
« Last post by kiwiboss on Today at 07:42:17 AM »
14 F5000 entries should be from New Zealand as a bunch are coming up for this!! im looking forward to the GT350 race this year as well as TA offcourse!!

Hope you are well Robert :)

Dale M(NZL)
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Great photos!  I Love them... and Congratulations on your finishes!

What are you running for brakes?  and do you have a plan for improvement?
We have the JL8 brakes with Delco Moraine calipers. They don't overheat but they are heavy and the braking distance is average to say the least. We have no plans for improvement for now, as we have to prove that any system has been used in period to use them on the car and be FIA legal.  It seems the Girling  alloy Calipers have been homologated at some point but we have no trace of them being used.
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Decoding/Numbers / Re: 69 Muncie Transmission tag (pn?)
« Last post by Bryan302 on Today at 05:32:58 AM »
I'm in the process of rebuilding / restoring my M21.  I'm to the point of refinishing the bolts and the 3946798 part number tag and wanted to find out what finish the part number tag was originally?  Was it natural bare steel and painted or zinc plated?

Thanks,
Bryan
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General Discussion / Re: White trim tag
« Last post by bcmiller on Today at 04:46:25 AM »
I'm sorry Bryon, I thought everyone knew that "Original"only pertained to 67's. Everything after that is a copy!!   Lol. Just kidding, don't want to offend anyone (even though it's true)

But I still don't understand your comment.  You said you also have a late 67 Camaro. 

Tags with white paint them are known through the 67 model year and even into the early part of the 68 model year. 
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Thanks for the great pictures, Eric.  I'm glad to hear you are getting the handling sorted out.  Your finishes seem to be very good.

Is that a red Camaro with white stripes that I see in the distance in one of your photos? Looks like possibly another '67?
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Trans-Am Camaros / Re: Wheels used on Trans-Am Camaros
« Last post by 69Z28-RS on Today at 04:00:39 AM »
The six spokes are restored, and modified (widened) with tires, and they are more rare.  The D spokes need restoration and *may* not be from a single set.   

That ad for the six spokes TA70's.... stated:  "...American Magnesium TA70 wheel set and correct cantilevered Blue Streak Goodyear racing slicks 25 x 9.5 and 27 x 11 with original stickers still on them. ..."

I'm curious what was meant by the term 'correct cantilevered blue streak racing slicks'....  Anyone help me out?  :)
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General Discussion / Heater Core tube location w/air cond.
« Last post by miket1 on Today at 03:58:23 AM »
On a 69 Camaro  w/ factory A/C,  are  the heater core tubes location on the firewall the same for any engine, I saw a 69 for sale that is a factory  A/C car,  the A/C box and all equipment are gone, the seller says it is a B.B. car because of the heater tube location moved toward the fender, but I cannot find any proof  this car was an original Big Block car. 
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Trans-Am Camaros / Re: Wheels used on Trans-Am Camaros
« Last post by Jon Mello on Today at 03:55:50 AM »
Wow, asking 2 grand more than the D spokes above!
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General Discussion / Re: Purchase from Canada
« Last post by KurtS on Today at 02:57:17 AM »
That makes it much simpler. Importing a US-built car back to the US is pretty easy from what I've heard.
Several discussions on yenko.net, btw.
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