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 61 
 on: March 25, 2015, 11:17:49 PM 
Started by jstanley - Last post by BULLITT65
wow, that is wild. I would have missed it altogether until I looked real close at it. Good eyes James

 62 
 on: March 25, 2015, 11:08:37 PM 
Started by robsom74 - Last post by 69Z28-RS
I wouldn't put a 302 in anything by choice. Realize several of the TA teams reputedly cheated and ran stroked 302's (aka LT1 350's).
The *only* reason Chevrolet made the 302 is because of TA rules. When the rules allowed it, Chevy went to the LT1.
A little balancing and you'll have more power and same rpm....

Does that sound a bit like '302 envy'HuhHuh   Smiley  Smiley 

 63 
 on: March 25, 2015, 10:55:08 PM 
Started by jstanley - Last post by firstgenaddict
Some are written in yellow grease pencil and when combined with the yellow contact cement used to glue the package tray lip down are difficult to make out.

This is from a 10D TT early Norwood build. The X is to the left of the indent and the 7 is to the right... I left all of this intact and as is for any future identification being an early car with no X TT. I felt that was the X tag for the car.



A ss 350 with black trimmed interior would have X5 or X1. Red interior R5 R1 and so on and so forth through out the interior trim colors...

 64 
 on: March 25, 2015, 09:42:21 PM 
Started by rwf - Last post by KurtS
Coupe or convertible: http://www.camaros.org/lm1.shtml

 65 
 on: March 25, 2015, 09:40:23 PM 
Started by rwf - Last post by BULLITT65
well to the best of my knowledge it is a non SS badged 350 car with a muncie 3 or 4 speed. It was kinda the poor mans SS from what I understand. I have only seen coupes listed as LM1 cars thus far. I am sure somebody will chime in here and correct or add to what I have said.

 66 
 on: March 25, 2015, 09:39:28 PM 
Started by robsom74 - Last post by Jon Mello
I wouldn't put a 302 in anything by choice. Realize several of the TA teams reputedly cheated and ran stroked 302's (aka LT1 350's).
The *only* reason Chevrolet made the 302 is because of TA rules. When the rules allowed it, Chevy went to the LT1.
A little balancing and you'll have more power and same rpm....


 67 
 on: March 25, 2015, 09:37:14 PM 
Started by robsom74 - Last post by BULLITT65
Its funny on paper that makes sense, but I ran into a guy who had a 69 Z and said when the 70 Z came out he thought it would be awesome to put the 70Z LT1 motor in it ( for the power). So he found a guy who wrecked one, and bought the motor. Installed it, and while he said it ran "good", he also said it never put out the same power or had the same pull as the 302. He shook his head and said he knew it didn't make sense, and he went over the 350 and brought it to a friend who was a mechanic by trade, and the mechanic said it was running fine. So for what its worth....

 68 
 on: March 25, 2015, 09:27:02 PM 
Started by robsom74 - Last post by KurtS
I wouldn't put a 302 in anything by choice. Realize several of the TA teams reputedly cheated and ran stroked 302's (aka LT1 350's).
The *only* reason Chevrolet made the 302 is because of TA rules. When the rules allowed it, Chevy went to the LT1.
A little balancing and you'll have more power and same rpm....

 69 
 on: March 25, 2015, 08:58:49 PM 
Started by rwf - Last post by rwf
school me lm? and how to identify

 70 
 on: March 25, 2015, 08:53:28 PM 
Started by cook_dw - Last post by cook_dw
That does help.  Thanks Darrell.


The stamp is in the lower center portion of the inner layer portion of the lid.

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