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 41 
 on: July 26, 2014, 04:38:53 PM 
Started by william - Last post by camaro jock

Thanks William, I am high bidder thought the paperwork looked right guess I will not keep bidding it up. Darrell

 42 
 on: July 26, 2014, 01:25:17 PM 
Started by 68Zproject - Last post by 1968 Z28
Hey Chick....I noticed that location on Danny's pictures and immediately thought of you.....just forgot to tell you about it.

BTW....the link you posted is not the correct one, it should be the two prior pages that are displaying the alternator mounting problems.  Just a thought....did you measure to see if the alternator might be positioned too far forward.  I think that when I had headers on my car, the adapter positioned mine forward. 

Just a thought.

 43 
 on: July 26, 2014, 11:01:55 AM 
Started by william - Last post by william
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Chevrolet-Camaro-Z28-VERY-RARE-HIGHLY-DOCUMENTED-PRISTINE-TOTALLY-RESTORED-SHOWROOM-CONIDITION-/151365002981?forcerrptr=true&hash=item233e0ea6e5&item=151365002981&pt=US_Cars_Trucks

This ebay ad prominently mentions documents and features several photos of them. The alleged ‘original’ documents have several inconsistencies with genuine original 1969 Camaro documentation.

Exception Control Letters [ECL] are the two-character alpha codes listed after the option; A01 is tinted glass, AA is the ECL for the specific build. ECLs are application-specific; there are at least 22 for Z22. 5 of the ECLs on the documents for this car are inconsistent with others in the database. In addition there are two spelling errors and an error in the listing of the options.

The ad states: “The window sticker and shipper sheet reflect…and the D80 rear [?] spoiler option” however air spoiler equipment is not listed on the paperwork, such as it is. The car has C08 Vinyl Roof Cover and Z21 Style Trim Group, also not listed on the purported original documents. The ad claims a stereo radio but the documents list the U69 monaural am/fm.

There are several incorrect or missing components evident in the photos: headers, no AIR system, master cylinder, trunk mat, stripe color, ducted hood.

The ad boasts “Send your inspector today!” I second that motion.

 44 
 on: July 26, 2014, 10:22:28 AM 
Started by L78 steve - Last post by 69Z28-RS
Here is one....
http://427king.com/product/new-1967-camaro-z28-396-375-hp-holley-3910-724-date-l78-feb-67-copo-chevelle/



 45 
 on: July 26, 2014, 10:08:44 AM 
Started by L78 steve - Last post by JohnZ
According to my info all reissues had 4 digits and aftermarkets did not have have GM part numbers on the horn.

Holley has also made (and still makes) re-issues with a GM part number and no date stamp so their resellers can date them to their customer's needs.
Who sells these re-issues?

In the Corvette world, it's Chicago Corvette (GrayGracy or MiszterCarb on eBay); don't know who they are in the Camaro world.

 46 
 on: July 26, 2014, 09:28:58 AM 
Started by Jon Mello - Last post by Jon Mello
Nice shots and an interesting seat mount. I like it. Thanks, Robert.

I've found a "Total Comfort" seat and am working on getting pictures of it. Will hopefully post those soon.

 47 
 on: July 26, 2014, 08:32:03 AM 
Started by bowtie68iho - Last post by bc69
I have been looking through any post to do with dipsticks. I have been wanting the description of the proper stick for early 67 350ss. Seems as there is a wide number of dipsticks that have been used and with the service replacement factor also considered a lot of questions keep surfacing on this issue.
Would it make a good reference page on just that?
Showing pictures of different ones with references to application?
Just a thought.
 

 48 
 on: July 26, 2014, 08:20:21 AM 
Started by jjonesls1 - Last post by 6667ss138
Good point! One has to do there homework, the fakers will sure screw a fella over if they get the chance.
As much as I would love to own a legit big block pace car today the one I had was a pretty rust free, original paint car. I found it in the 90's. It was an original numbers matching, small block Z/11 with A/C. If i would have known then what I know now I might not have even restored it and left it as a survivor. I did do a complete frame off restoration with Lacquer paint. In 1999 I took it to a Charlie Daniels celebrity charity event that included a car show. All of the celebrities judged and picked there favorite car. The biker/construction worker with the beard that was on Home Improvement picked my car. I can't think of his name right now but he said he almost bought one just like it new back in 69. He took pictures with me and the car and signed autographs. I sold that car for $26K in 2000. They escalated in price shortly thereafter. There have been many times I wish I still had it.

 49 
 on: July 26, 2014, 07:52:48 AM 
Started by Jason@JBR - Last post by Kelley W King
My 69 was painted in 2001 with Standox which then was a  German Co. at that time but it has been bought by Dupont and is in paint stores. It looks as good today as 2001. It is not a trailer queen but it has been has been stored inside. When trying to match the Rally Green 1977 laquer on my other car we shot some cards with Chroma base and Standox and the Standox won the match.

 50 
 on: July 26, 2014, 04:22:38 AM 
Started by 68Zproject - Last post by 68camaroz28
Heres an early pic of an early Z


Note where the alternator brackets are attached.

Look at this page on my build thread and it shows mine along with a assembly picture of a 68Z motor coming off dress line (I assume).
http://www.camaros.net/forums/showthread.php?t=182584&page=54

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