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General Discussion / Re: Parts manual and numbers
« Last post by hrlyfxdl on November 22, 2017, 03:00:00 PM »
Thanks guys for all the input and help. I'll continue to use the AIM and when I can't find what I need I'll continue to poke around in the forum. If I can't find what I am seeking I'll throw out a message, I guess that's all good because somewhere down the line someone else might have the same question and can then find the answer. Much appreciated, everyone have a great Thanksgiving.
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General Discussion / Re: Parts manual and numbers
« Last post by bertfam on November 22, 2017, 02:15:28 PM »
Their REAL value of the P&A manuals is in research! These (and a lot of other) manuals are what we use to write those reports!

Ed
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Nice looking car, I like the Color...

Any changes from stock in the engine? What numbers did you get off the dyno?

Is the car still in NY?

Mike
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General Discussion / Re: Parts manual and numbers
« Last post by KevinW on November 22, 2017, 12:14:43 PM »
So as a person who has one of those $300 parts books :), the value in searching for things is limited as sellers do not always know the parts number.  The are useful for unwrapped NOS parts with a number, to search for what they fit.  The AIM has the specific part number on each page, a bit more useful when trying to find a specific NOS part.

But for 68 steering wheel info, look no further than here on CRG, in the reports section:   http://www.camaros.org/swheel.shtml

Luck on the hunt!   
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Here are a few pix
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Thank you. I bought the car in August when the paint and body work was completed. The restoration started about a year ago. The car was found about 12 years ago in a barn in NY and sat in my friend's shop since then.  It was a drag car and the odometer and title show 27k miles.  It is an X77 D80 dusk blue Z with standard black interior. It has the original rear 3.73 positraction) and numbers matching engine. Missing the original tranny so I am putting in an M22 from an early 70s Camaro.

Not much rust but GM quarters were installed and the floor was replaced since the car was tubbed for racing. Fenders and the rest of the metal is original. I am trying to track down pictures before restoration started.

I am not a wrench turner...yet, but love muscle cars (I had a 69 Mach 1 in high school). I am doing my best to restore it back to original condition.
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General Discussion / Re: Parts manual and numbers
« Last post by TimL68 on November 22, 2017, 12:36:44 AM »
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