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 31 
 on: March 01, 2015, 02:17:34 PM 
Started by dannystarr - Last post by 1968RSZ28
Sorry, I don't have the VIN or build date...



Paul

 32 
 on: March 01, 2015, 02:07:44 PM 
Started by FortLangleyBC - Last post by ko-lek-tor
Here is another car you can have fun with FtLangley if you are still up on bucks, get this one too. http://www.ebay.com/itm/231492874982?rmvSB=true

 33 
 on: March 01, 2015, 01:57:23 PM 
Started by bcmiller - Last post by BULLITT65
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There was probably a higher than normal need for replacement axles around this time based on the track and street racing that was taking place. Coops, L78s, etc.  And the Novas used the same axle, so that added to the need as well. 

A couple of possible answers to the question that Bullitt raised about 'no stamping' on the axle...  besides oversight.. is this:
1) Did replacement differentials (bought OTC) have the same date stampings?  (I'm guessing they probably did if they were complete rears)..
2) BUT... a replacement housing (no gears/axles/etc) would probably NOT be stamped, since it was sold without gears, etc.  I suspect this was what happened to the car that Bullitt questioned...

Note:  With the '70 models changing axle length, isn't it 'likely' that GM parts depots would stock spares for the '67/8/9 differentials??   and the cast dates on those 'spare parts' would more than likely occur near the end of the production year.. and August '69 would qualify for such a period?

Question: wouldn't they still have a date stamp, but not the two letter code for ratio? Also if the rear end already had a casting date, why would there be a need to stamp the date of assembly( quality  control?) Further  why  does it appear that the two letter axel code looks stamped separately from the date, and looks to be hand stamped, along with the "E" below?

 34 
 on: March 01, 2015, 01:15:39 PM 
Started by FortLangleyBC - Last post by FortLangleyBC
Hi Dannystar -

Yes purchased from Norm Meads - a very nice gentleman. He is a long time friend of Jerry M.

I am still on the hunt for another first gen Z - 69 or maybe even a 67...any leads would be appreciated.

Thanks for the kinds words & have a great day!

Paul


 35 
 on: March 01, 2015, 01:06:41 PM 
Started by bcmiller - Last post by KurtS
I added the cast date to the 0806 axle and added an 0818 axle too.

 36 
 on: March 01, 2015, 12:21:53 PM 
Started by Camarocards - Last post by Camarocards
Does anyone know the broadcast codes for the steering column assemblies listed below?

5698494 - '67 standard column shift
7803775 - '67-68 PG column shift except tilt wheel
7803780 - '67-68 TH column shift except tilt wheel
7803778 - '67-68 PG or TH column shift with tilt wheel
7803779 - '67-68 floor shift with tilt wheel
7803776 - '68 standard column shift
7804299 - '69 standard column shift
7804298 - '69 AT column shift except tilt wheel
7808153 - '69 AT column shift with tilt wheel
7808154 - '69 floor shift with tilt wheel

Thanks,

Bob

 37 
 on: March 01, 2015, 12:20:33 PM 
Started by FortLangleyBC - Last post by ds1
Good looking.   Have fun with it.

 38 
 on: March 01, 2015, 09:29:41 AM 
Started by FortLangleyBC - Last post by 6667ss138
Very nice!!

 39 
 on: March 01, 2015, 08:33:46 AM 
Started by 67rs327 - Last post by KevinW
Chris, most Camaro air cleaners were 60% gloss enamel, then baked (not the chrome ones Smiley) They should be a little glossier then the 30% gloss inner fenders, rad support etc. Take everything off that unbolts, then paint it a black semi-gloss, that is close. The underside of lid was painted too. Then get some correct decals and apply Smiley

 40 
 on: March 01, 2015, 08:26:56 AM 
Started by 69Z28-RS - Last post by KevinW
For WW2 paintings and Egyptian relics, the trend now is get them returned to their rightful families/countries/museums.

Back to the vette.  So the insurance company owns it, but cannot prove it by producing the title.  Then the state auctions it off like other stolen property.  Does it get a new title and/or Vin? Anyone buy a stolen vehicle from gov auctions and know the process? 

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