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 41 
 on: Today at 03:14:27 PM 
Started by kenmerr80 - Last post by 69Z28
Went for some dollars even with all the thing wrong with it.

 42 
 on: Today at 01:44:02 PM 
Started by paulmanta - Last post by L78 steve
Paul, I called AMK. there is a delay on the B-14004 1/2-13 J nut. They will have them again in 2 to 3 months.

 43 
 on: Today at 01:16:58 PM 
Started by L78racer - Last post by L78racer
Not mine.
http://detroit.craigslist.org/wyn/pts/4647656092.html

 44 
 on: Today at 12:30:25 PM 
Started by ozman - Last post by KurtS
It was a misstamp that lasted for about 200-300 cars.

 45 
 on: Today at 11:59:54 AM 
Started by L78 steve - Last post by L78 steve
Yes it has the machined area.

 46 
 on: Today at 11:58:34 AM 
Started by Jon Mello - Last post by Jon Mello
I still have the larger SW 9K mechanical tach... which I think has a '68 date stamped on the back, but didn't see it in the catalog that Jon posted..?   Photo posted here..

Gary, that appears to be a model D-535-AH tach. I'm not sure what year that first came out but I'll have Robert Lodewyk check his '69 SW catalog. You should find a part number and date on the back of it. The last two digits are typically the year and then the month. Months are easy to correlate by the number but the year codes are shown below. For example S4 would designate a build date of April 1973.

A - 1957
B - 1958
C - 1959
D - 1960
E - 1961
F - 1962
G - 1963
H - 1964
J - 1965
K - 1966
L - 1967
M - 1968
N - 1969
P - 1970
Q - 1971
R - 1972
S - 1973
T - 1974
U - 1975
V - 1976
W - 1977
X - 1978
Y - 1979
Z - 1980

 47 
 on: Today at 10:59:40 AM 
Started by 69 Zee - Last post by 69 Zee
Original Cam cast #3849347,  part #3849346

Couple of questions: 
1)  Couldn't find a part number stamped anywhere, is there and did I overlook it ?   
2)  Like the crank, a yellow paint band brushed around it, why did GM do this ?
3)  The 3 bolts marked "N" on the heads look original.  I know GM used several suppliers, so is there a list of all possible bolts GM used during assembly on all parts ?

1. You won't find a part number - only the core casting number (which was unique to each Chevy camshaft, to minimize required machining).

2. Painted band was for quick in-process identification (vs. reading the casting number).

3. Various Corvette publications and NCRS Judging Guides call out the most common expected headmarks to be seen on each fastener application. For Camaros, do you have Jerry MacNeish's book?
I just received Jerry's Definitive 4th edition a few days ago and just started reading.  Great info and thanks, I'll check it out.

 48 
 on: Today at 10:28:14 AM 
Started by ko-lek-tor - Last post by KurtS
Thanks!

 49 
 on: Today at 10:27:21 AM 
Started by firstgenaddict - Last post by KurtS
What is the earliest appearance of DOT coded glass in a 69 model year Camaro?

Jan 69 at both LOS and NOR. Could be earlier, but that's the earliest we've seen.

 50 
 on: Today at 10:22:01 AM 
Started by Matt69SS - Last post by KurtS
I don't have anything on the car.
I remember the block was on ebay with a trans. Decked, but still a 427 block. Smiley

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