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 on: Today at 12:38:35 PM 
Started by Shadow Ahead - Last post by JoeC
What changed on the 67-8  aftermarket shifter?

The original 67-68 Camaro Hurst aftermarket shifter has a two piece welded neck
Then in about 1969 they changed to a stamp steel neck and used it for 67-69 Camaros and still use today
now you get same shifter for 67-69 but 69 uses a different stick

The original Camaro Hurst used a curved stick and shifter is silver cad
I have an original with the stick and have the original install sheet that shows it
It was also shown in the 1967 Camaro Hot Rod Magazine article where they claimed it was the first Camaro to get a Hurst shifter

That article inspired my search to find one ,was hard to find as not many around anymore

 on: Today at 09:50:49 AM 
Started by 69Z28-RS - Last post by janobyte
Love when old pics surface of cars that are " alive and well at the track" Remember the NRP article ,fact that it was a Z caught my attention. Believe I saw it in the Summit Motorsports email. Seeing those sort of takes the guilt away of me not wanting to put the car back together stock.

Reminds me also,  Jerry@CHP ,Jim Allen is an Amsoil distributor and the #1 owner of my Z. Last we spoke he dropped quite a few names...your paths ever cross when you're running N/E Ohio/Michigan ?

 on: Today at 08:59:44 AM 
Started by 1969RSCamaro - Last post by janobyte
BTY..Team Camaro is another good site, tons of info.

 on: Today at 08:42:44 AM 
Started by LemansBlueZ28 - Last post by 69 Zee
Correct assembly line carbs were dated as yr-month-week (3 digits).  Service replacements were 4 digits after 1973 I believe.  1-0 represented the months Jan-Oct and the letters A and B were used for Nov and Dec..  So if yours is a B (Dec) then yes it's the wrong dated carb.  You'll just need to look at it close as it appears somewhat scuffed towards the bottom half.  Also 9's can almost look like an 8 (1st digit).  It could be a 981 thus falling in line with the 08D build on the cowl tag.  Huh

 on: Today at 07:59:02 AM 
Started by stovebolt - Last post by stovebolt
Resleeving only for my 1968 dual reservoir 1" bore master cylinder was quoted at $115. They use a stainless steel sleeve. And thanks for all the input.

 on: Today at 07:39:44 AM 
Started by LemansBlueZ28 - Last post by LemansBlueZ28
Hi.. I think you are correct. It looks to me like the stamping is either 831 or 8B1 and after doing a little research I see that this date would not be original to my car. The man I bought the car from said it was original. I have known him for a very long time and I don't think he tried to mislead me, I just think he didn't understand the date code. He probably saw the rest of the numbers and figured it was original. I was hoping it was as well but that's why I posted pics. I am looking for you guys to educate me. At least I am fortunate enough that it does appear to be an original Z28 carb.

 on: Today at 07:16:20 AM 
Started by 1969RSCamaro - Last post by 68camaroz28
Welcome aboard and great find!
Have fun documenting the car and take your time knowing what you need, what is correct, and a fair price. Time researching is on your side. Smiley
Many members can assist with specific part info as it arises and the search key can supply a lot of info as well.

 on: Today at 12:46:58 AM 
Started by 69Z28-RS - Last post by Bryan302
Hey Jerry, just wanted to mention that I went back and looked at the original photo of the Z, and the photo has Sept. 1967 printed at the top.  So it was the U. S. Nationals.


 on: Today at 12:02:42 AM 
Started by LemansBlueZ28 - Last post by ZLP955
When you have a chance, could you check and confirm the carb date code? The bottom half of the stamp is very faint but to me looks like 8B1. Chances are that I'm misreading it, that would not fit with an 08D (of 69) build if it's original to the car.

 on: January 30, 2015, 11:42:30 PM 
Started by Jerry@CHP - Last post by ko-lek-tor
spelling? tires? stampings? not into the details like we are, I guess?

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