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1967 - Orphans / Re: 7N211358 Muncie on CL
« Last post by 1968RSZ28 on December 05, 2016, 01:38:25 AM »
Transmission assembly date code: P7D19
Input shaft grooves: 2 (M20)

"1967 muncie M20 (wide ratio) 4- speed trans, one broken mounting ear otherwise good performing transmission. $350.00 CALLS ONLY 313-399-1656 NO E MAILS OR TEXT"

Paul


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Originality / Re: LM1, G31
« Last post by KurtS on December 05, 2016, 01:34:09 AM »
The easy answer is the option page is correct.
G31 was optional and included V32.
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General Discussion / Re: Power steering from Heartbeat on 69 Camaro
« Last post by Bigblockbird on December 05, 2016, 01:25:08 AM »
Got the carbs and I have to modify the Throttle shaft arms to clear the Winters Manifold. Might pick up a couple of 1/2" inch spacers to see if that would work. Don't want to get to carried away as I want it to still look very stock/Crossram if you can call that setup "Stock".

@GreenNv, I don't think it will fall flat at the top end as 780 is a very conservative flow for these particular #390 Carbs times two. Remember they run these carbs on Nascar restrictor plate tracks and they only run one 390 and make 700 horsepower with them.

Besides this Car is a Cruise in car. not going to be spinning it to the 8 thousand rpms it is capable of.


I run drag cars that run high 7's to low 8's in the quarter mile.
I drive like a grandma on the street.
Don't need to pretend it's a 10 second street car like everybody at a Drive In thinks they have. (But they don't).

Gonna play with it some more next week, Football season and Family Holiday Dinners sure put a Kink in the Hotrod Shop
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1967 - Orphans / 7N211358 Muncie on CL
« Last post by L78racer on December 05, 2016, 01:07:45 AM »
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General Discussion / Re: 1967 302Z block and crank
« Last post by Jon Mello on December 05, 2016, 12:55:19 AM »
Glad to help, Barry. Have fun with that old 302.
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Garage Talk / Re: Driving your Camaro this holiday?
« Last post by Daytona Yellow 69 Z/28 on December 04, 2016, 11:37:54 PM »
Here's a picture of my beater if I can get it to work.



Beautiful car sir!
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Originality / Re: Ignition Coil Bracket Finish
« Last post by 68camaroz28 on December 04, 2016, 09:10:39 PM »
I just realized I had never consulted the component finish charts I have from Jerry M. and the Camaro Nats. Both say the coil bracket are finished in silver cadmium (which I believe mine already is.) Well. . . . egg on my face.

Although, to save this thread I still need a recommendation on a plater to get my parts grey phosphate plated. I just don't think I want to attempt to do it myself. I plan to do the hood latch and hood hinges which are sizeable pieces.
Buzz, do a search for palmetto phosphate and read some of the threads explaining how easy it is! And confused since you plan on doing large parts which needs both large container and solution. If you have a glass bead cabinet and can boil water you can do those small parts with ease.
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General Discussion / Re: 1967 302Z block and crank
« Last post by BSMIT59 on December 04, 2016, 08:16:54 PM »
Great picks Jon! I appreciate you posting them and yeah I understand that finding that pan is going to be harder than finding the block was but persistence........ you never know . I do have a couple of the early 327 pans and I may have a sheet metal guy try to duplicate the baffles based off of your pictures. Thanks again for your help.
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General Discussion / Re: 1967 302Z block and crank
« Last post by Jon Mello on December 04, 2016, 07:36:50 PM »
Congratulations on the purchase. Here is some information regarding the windage tray bolts... http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/an-gm-parts-guys-here-sbc-windage-tray-stud-question.634500/

The original '67 302 oil pan is unique and probably an impossible find. You might be able to fabricate your own using a stock 1967 327 oil pan and modifying the inside. Below are pics of a legitimate '67 302 Z-28 oil pan.
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