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 on: April 23, 2015, 01:35:43 PM 
Started by Dave69x33 - Last post by JoeC
I disagree
I have been buying collecting rebuilding Hurst and Muncie shifters for over 25 years and over half of the ones I had
had the rubber on the forward levers or they had a trace of the rubber where it had been.
I have also seen the rubber bushings on unrestored cars
Some didn't have the rubber

I also had a NOS set that had the rubber

I don't know why some didn't have the rubber as the notched hole was designed for the rubber bushing
If they were not going to use the rubber, they would just need a round hole

here is a pic of some extra ones

 on: April 23, 2015, 11:35:30 AM 
Started by 6667ss138 - Last post by 1968RSZ28
Yup, correct VIN is 124378L344740


 on: April 23, 2015, 11:31:23 AM 
Started by MooneyDriver - Last post by MooneyDriver
So just fiddling with getting the quarter fitting right, seems like it should be tighter fitting here? Rear side window opening

Also getting the drip rail to fit, its definately not as good as factory, the notches are not in the same place, if that matters

 on: April 23, 2015, 11:03:46 AM 
Started by My68SS - Last post by My68SS
Hi crew,
Here's my attempt at deciphering the temp. senders for 1st gen Camaro with pics.
The list includes L6 and V8, with and without gauges. I hope the pics are at least representative.
Permission to use these pics on this forum has been sought and granted by all the owners - credit is given with the respective pics.

Here's a list of part numbers from April '70 PnA grp 1.150

V8 with gauges

67 - 1513321
68 - 6400759
69 - 1513462

V8 without gauges

67 and 69 - 1993369  see note 1
68            - 1993426


67 1st design - 1993369     see note 2
67 2nd design - 1993409    see note 2
68 and 69      - 1993427    brown or red top

Note 1. The group has an entry '66 - 69 Chevy, Chevelle, Camaro [8 cyl.] [exc. gauges]' but also has a specific entry for 68 which reads 'All [8 cyl.] [exc. inst. panel gauges] which has a different part number.
This variation in 68 versus 67 and 69 is also noted in the AIM's

Note 2. According to the PnA, the 1st design was stamped 369. It had a temp rating of 248 degrees.
The 2nd design was ink stamped 409 and a date code. It had a temp rating of 253 degrees.

Here are the pics of the senders/switches, in the same order as the above list.

V8 with gauges

67 - 1513321   Picture courtesy of ebay user tillyfour

68 - 6400759   A crop of a generic sender from 68Zproject's pic

69 - 1513462   Picture courtesy of ebay user raider0007

V8 without gauges

67 and 69 - 1993369   Pictures courtesy of ebay user claysparts

68 - 1993426

1st and 2nd pictures courtesy of ebay user gtonly

This picture courtesy of ebay user alongthelinega


67 1st design - 1993369 - see V8 without gauges

67 2nd design - 1993409   Picture courtesy of ebay user dcparts

68 and 69 - 1993427   Pictures courtesy of ebay user nomad3

Let me know if you spot any errors.


 on: April 23, 2015, 10:44:39 AM 
Started by 6667ss138 - Last post by Mike S
 Engine pad and VIN plate have the same sequence. Probably just an add typo.


 on: April 23, 2015, 08:51:36 AM 
Started by 6667ss138 - Last post by 6667ss138
I saw this interesting post over on

VIN 124378L33740

Just noticed the VIN listed in his photo of numbers (which is one number short) is different than the VIN in the tag picture. If I am reading it correctly,
It is  VIN 124378L344740

714 Black custom bucket seats  and Y-2  Butternut Yellow paint with black vinyl top....If I am seeing that correctly

 on: April 23, 2015, 08:50:28 AM 
Started by hgger69 - Last post by X33RS
Thanks for the PM's and clearification. 

 on: April 23, 2015, 12:25:03 AM 
Started by Axlman - Last post by Axlman
Ok. Quite embarrassing but I shall confess.
I did not realize that the back of the fitting on the gauge has inside threads. Spent some time looking for a female fitting to reduce to the oil line with no results of course.
Then I actually looked at it and saw the internal threads. AND BAM, there it was.
Thanks to all for the help:)

 on: April 22, 2015, 11:55:10 PM 
Started by Jon Mello - Last post by BULLITT65
Great pic. Any other images that didn't make it in?

 on: April 22, 2015, 11:43:57 PM 
Started by Jon Mello - Last post by Steve Holmes
Tom sent me several images to go with the article on his Penske Camaro, some of which I didn't include for various reasons, such as, the quality was not good, or the photographer wasn't known. One such was this cool pic of the Camaro on the back of the Penske transporter which I wanted to share with you guys. You might know who the photographer is Jon if you've seen this one before?

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