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General Discussion / Re: Dealership emblems - Stones River AACA Nashville
« Last post by dino67 on February 07, 2016, 02:04:02 PM »
Looking for Cole Chevrolet Yanceyville NC.

General Discussion / Re: Dealership emblems - Stones River AACA Nashville
« Last post by Windsor104 on February 07, 2016, 02:00:14 PM »
Looking for Phelps and Overstreet, Columbia KY.

Thanks for looking.
General Discussion / Re: Past Due Introduction
« Last post by 69 Zee on February 07, 2016, 07:24:19 AM »
1969Z27,  Not sure why I'm still up (2:25 am),  But let me be the first to welcome you here  :D

I like your idea of putting it back together as original... and that 68 RS, from the looks of it, the rear anyway.  It appears to be in good shape.  I hope you got it out of that field and given it some shelter   ;D 
General Discussion / Re: Past Due Introduction
« Last post by 1969Z27 on February 07, 2016, 06:07:26 AM »
Pic of 69 SS in 1996.
General Discussion / Vintage Air?
« Last post by wtexz10 on February 07, 2016, 05:52:54 AM »
West Texas is a pretty hot place in the summer months and for that reason, I just don't drive my 69 as much as I'd like to.  So I would love to hear others experience installing Vintage Air in their cars.  Also, anyone know who's got the best pricing out there?

It's time to cool this old horse down.  (Meaning Me)

General Discussion / Re: Past Due Introduction
« Last post by 1969Z27 on February 07, 2016, 05:49:58 AM »
Trim Tag.
General Discussion / Past Due Introduction
« Last post by 1969Z27 on February 07, 2016, 05:39:34 AM »
Sorry, I joined 3 months ago. Never introduced myself. So I'd like to take this opportunity to say hi to all the good Camaro folk on here. This here is what I believe to be the best Camaro website on the net. A little history on my Camaro. I'm 25 years old in 1995 living with my parents. Saving up my money. Found a 69 ss on used car lot. Wound up buying it. I'm in Georgia, it was on title that car was from Virgina. Didn't know if it was real deal until I got to looking on CRG. It's for real Z27 L48 MC1 all #'s match. I was driving this car daily when dating the woman that became my wife. Got married in 1996. About 10 years ago I replaced the Muncie with a th350 auto and the cylinder heads with alininuim rpm's 850 cfm carb hi rise intake hooker super comp heerders 4.56 gear. Thought I'd do some bracket racing. That didn't last long ,torque converter broke. Been parked in my carport for 5 years. I still have all the original parts for it. New plan putting it back together original as possible before this year is gone. $  Dollar permitting. I'm sure it won't be show correct but it will be #'s matching and fun to drive! I've also got a 68 rs that I'd like to register with CRG. I have don't pic of vin but I'll get it.
General Discussion / Re: 69 bbc oil pan recomendations
« Last post by 1969Z27 on February 07, 2016, 04:03:15 AM »
I purchased a Summit pan for my big block el camino. I've had no problems with leaks. Don't know if it looks original. But it gets the job done.
Survivor Cars / Re: Z28 cowl paint (and Z11/Z10)
« Last post by X33RS on February 07, 2016, 03:39:48 AM »
Hmm, seems they can't agree on the placement of the heat riser.  Mine was in the downward position like shown on John's car and the AIM so that's how I'll reinstall it.

If I read everything right there is only a vague mention of the shift change verses color change on the PTB stamps.  Possibly orange being day shift and green being night shift or second shift.  But it sounds as though that's not certain either.
Restoration / Re: Fuse block clips - repair or replace ???
« Last post by DAVEN1256 on February 07, 2016, 03:10:31 AM » was not me that you had the discussion with.  I love the idea though of crimping and soldering an adapter to the crimped connector to be able to use the original blade connector from the harness. I wish I had thought of that. I probably could have rigged something up......and please feel free to use my photos also.

Mike could be right with your theory. Lectric Limited did tell me though that they replaced those blades with crimped connectors because the blades were no longer available. American Autowire told me the same thing.

It's funny though, they don't seem to using old GM stock for the blade connectors where running out of old stock could cause a change to something else. The blade connectors that were retained in the new fuse block are obviously newly manufactured and are different in style from the original GM. So I wonder why the blade connectors that were changed to crimped couldn't be newly manufactured also.


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