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 91 
 on: March 30, 2015, 04:02:29 PM 
Started by jeff68 - Last post by jeff68
I have the factory console gauges in my 68.  I would like to install a volt meter in place of the factory ammeter.  I see 2 different volt meters available; one made by American AutoWire for about $120, and one by Classic Headquarters for about $80.  The CHQ is supplied as the gauge only, while I think the AAW one comes with wiring & instructions.  Not positive about country of origin, but CHQ stuff is usually made overseas and I think I saw somewhere that the AAW gauge was made in the USA.  Obviously, I'd like to purchase the best quality gauge, regardless of price.

Does anyone have experience with either of these volt meters?

Thanks,
Jeff

 92 
 on: March 30, 2015, 03:39:20 PM 
Started by L78 steve - Last post by L78 steve
I thought that the 68 seat belt release button went to the GM logo instead of the coach? Though not shown it this pic. That is the case.

 93 
 on: March 30, 2015, 03:39:06 PM 
Started by mikefam - Last post by z28z11
Try a Firechicken 400 cable (factory installed that). Friend of mine has a 400/400 car with A/C, cable is flawless.

 94 
 on: March 30, 2015, 03:33:53 PM 
Started by 1967RS/SS - Last post by Kelley W King
have a small aftermarket vent that was cut into the pass valcover at the rear. You could hardly see it with the air cleaner on.

 95 
 on: March 30, 2015, 03:32:09 PM 
Started by ko-lek-tor - Last post by z28z11
well..  Smiley .. maybe a bit too much alcohol before they installed those emblems?? Smiley

I suspect some will hire anyone that walks in off the street, sober or not. If you can hold a piece of sandpaper with one hand, you're eligible.

Don't take it wrong - like any other business, good employees are hard to find, harder to keep sometimes. Way of all things -

 96 
 on: March 30, 2015, 03:08:38 PM 
Started by bcmiller - Last post by bcmiller
It was a 08A on the tag could have been a repo tag I suppose?

Kurt would be able to answer that question better. 

But I think other VINs close to that are 07A.

 97 
 on: March 30, 2015, 03:04:26 PM 
Started by bcmiller - Last post by BULLITT65
sorry my mistake, it was a 860. It was a 08A on the tag could have been a repo tag I suppose? It was presented as a Z/28. I could not see the casting date on the housing, ( It was at a car show, not on jack stands or a rack). He let one of us go underneath with a small light and see the stamping on the axle tube, but there wasn't any it was smooth. I went under just to identify which housing, (860).

 98 
 on: March 30, 2015, 02:58:32 PM 
Started by bcmiller - Last post by bcmiller
Well just saw another 08A car ( N667270) at a show, it also had the 341 rear, and curiously enough no stamp on the axle tube. Could be just coincidence

Are you sure?  I think that VIN should have an 07A tag.  And should be a 3894860 casting on the axle.  Did you see the casting date on the center of the housing?

Was it a Z?

 99 
 on: March 30, 2015, 02:07:50 PM 
Started by bcmiller - Last post by BULLITT65
Well just saw another 08A car ( N667270) at a show, it also had the 341 rear, and curiously enough no stamp on the axle tube. Could be just coincidence

 100 
 on: March 30, 2015, 02:07:40 PM 
Started by L78 steve - Last post by MyRed67
Per the link Paul posted, that would be a Deluxe Front Lap belt (model #137)in a '68 Camaro built possibly 11 A to 11 C of '67.

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