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Originality / Re: 1969 Small Block Smog Pump Cradle
« Last post by ZLP955 on Today at 10:43:27 AM »
Thanks Bentley, that'd be a great reference - right timeframe too, my car is early April!
General Discussion / Re: Typical price value for a 67 convertible.
« Last post by bcmiller on Today at 07:33:41 AM »
You posted a pic of the VIN, but a search would not have seen the VIN.

Kurt posted the VIN in text. A search will find that.

Originality / Re: 69 RS Washer Bottle Bracket Fasteners
« Last post by Edgemontvillage on Today at 04:57:20 AM »
Bringing this back up, a couple weeks ago at swap meet I found a washer bottle, cap bracket and RS bracket with 2 out of the 3 caps intact so I bought it - check this thread for measurements and more pis if y'all need -Lloyd?
James the guy that had them made up is he selling these? I know its been 3 years
and lastly do y'all wanna know how much its was?
$1  ::)

The simulated caps that were on the 10 10 RS/Z survivor (that James made up?) were discarded when I discovered they were not original. They appeared to be made from a fiberous material (rather than plastic per the originals) so I replaced them with an original set I located at the time.
General Discussion / Re: XXB suffix code
« Last post by abad69 on Today at 04:56:14 AM »
Ed, I just closed the deal on the RSSS350 and will start moving stuff to my place sat, 140 mile trip to Henderson.  It is a solid project and comes with two garages full of parts. I figure three pickups full.
I know the 657 will work, my dilemma is will the XXB suffix code work for a 350 or did they just use it for the 327? as per the crank, I was going to have the mains on the crank machined to sj but when I told that to a good friend who is very savvy about such things, he just said "duh, don't you think it would be better to make the line bore large journal". I think I will go with the "duh" idea :).  Thanks again for your help with this info. and if you know if they used the XXB code on the 350 let me know.  Jim
General Discussion / Re: Big block fan shroud
« Last post by rare396bronze on Today at 03:52:11 AM »
I have worked for gm parts for 32 years. Never seen 67-69 Camaro shroud with out part number cast in the shroud. That is the way  i would check in the shroud. But i have seen one were the hole was not drilled. We sent it back to gm as defective. So i would say anything is possible as far as the hole. Also checked 2 nos shrouds have 3 beads one used does not have not have bead's all stamped with part #3947619. Hope this helps.
General Discussion / Re: motor mounts
« Last post by 169INDY on Today at 03:19:43 AM »
Just to add, when I purchased mine I found them very inexpensive made by Anchor Industries, Inc. of Cleveland, Ohio and is who made them for GM. Anchor Industries #2249 seems to be made as the originals.

Rock Auto $5.85
General Discussion / Re: Pictures
« Last post by pjbizjak on Today at 03:04:34 AM »
Hi Chick, well I've been talking about my 68 04A Z/28 for some time and I 'm going to post some pictures soon if I can find out how to.

General Discussion / photos
« Last post by pjbizjak on Today at 03:01:38 AM »
How do I send pictures via my phone within a post?
Yes Kurt. Why did you repost it? Didn't I do it correctly? I see my 09C build Emerald turquoise seat belts made it into your belt research post. Nice.

General Discussion / Re: Typical price value for a 67 convertible.
« Last post by KurtS on Today at 02:21:42 AM »
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