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 91 
 on: August 19, 2014, 07:46:26 PM 
Started by BSMIT59 - Last post by BSMIT59
Ok I'm an old guy newbie and don't mind the old part. I recently joined this group after buying a 67 "barn find". This car was in the barn since 77 and still has all original parts. Unfortunately 37 years in a barn was not good for it. The barn finally collapsed and when they were pulling all the wood out to burn they dragged the car back into the light of day. The coons,rats and spiders were evicted and they took a picture and put it on craigslist , where I found it. I bought it sight unseen, drove down immediately and paid for it. After seeing it in person , I was scared a little, but what the heck, I got to start somewhere. I got it home the next day and started my photo documentation of everything. After 3 evenings, I got enough crap out of it that I could put it into the garage. I have started disassembling and found a lot more rust than I anticipated, but I still think that in the long run it will be a good #'s matching restoration. While looking for body parts, I thought I came across a donor car, went and looked at it found that it was a 67 ss350. Needless to say I bought it. Now I have  2 BIG project cars. I am trying to backtrack the history of both cars to document the first mostly, but the bigger issue is the engine transmission for the SS350. Any direction in the right path to doing this from you guys would be greatly appreciated. Both cars are central Ohio cars from the Norwood plant.

1967 Camaro Sport Coupe.      327/275 hp  power glide  factory 12 bolt posi  with radius rod  2 hole bracket (no rod)
# 124377N245837.  

1967 Camaro SS350.      No engine /transmission  AC car. Right side speedo for Muncie. 12 bolt posi  wadi us rod   1 hole bracket (no rod)
#  124377N160087.

   Thanks for any and all help.

 Barry

 92 
 on: August 19, 2014, 07:41:24 PM 
Started by crobjones2 - Last post by crobjones2
Has anyone noted any paint/ inspection daubs on the steering components?
While cleaning my subframe I found some additional markings  Grin
in addition to the original spring tags

 93 
 on: August 19, 2014, 07:39:02 PM 
Started by paulmanta - Last post by L78 steve
I just got a flyer from AMK with that J-nut showing as a new item available starting 9-14. Give them a call.

 94 
 on: August 19, 2014, 07:11:36 PM 
Started by bcmiller - Last post by bcmiller
I am looking for water pump casting numbers and dates from 230 and 250 cubic inch engines.  If you could post your information here, that would be greatly appreciated.

http://www.camaros.org/forum/index.php?topic=12531.msg105027#new

Thanks!

 95 
 on: August 19, 2014, 06:25:12 PM 
Started by oldtransamdriver - Last post by oldtransamdriver
Let's hear the HTA scoop !  any new cars?  I couldn't make it down - was busy at our own VRCBC Mission Raceway HMR.  Sadly, we do not have one
1st gen camaro racing now since Paul's 69 clone car went to a new owner "down under".

Robert

 96 
 on: August 19, 2014, 04:33:22 PM 
Started by paulmanta - Last post by Petes L48
The AMK is no longer available, been that status for a long time.

Here's a "close but no cigar" 7/16 j-nut set on eBay.  Seems no one makes these in 1/2-13 any longer:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/64-65-66-67-CAMARO-A-BODY-CHEVELLE-GTO-CUTLASS-GS-FRONT-BUMPER-TO-FRAME-J-NUTS-/151385832821?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item233f4c7d75&vxp=mtr


 97 
 on: August 19, 2014, 03:51:58 PM 
Started by Northernforce - Last post by bcmiller
Dave, please post a picture of the flange.

 98 
 on: August 19, 2014, 01:37:03 PM 
Started by Northernforce - Last post by Northernforce
 I replaced the 69Z28 cowl induction flange on my chevelle with a NOS correct notch/cut off type correct for chevelles-the camaro one I have had for many years it has a "W" stamped on it -I take it it is a manufactures stamp-any idea who made these. Only idea I had many Winters-but I know they were a foundry-are these camaro flanges worth any more than the chevelle ones? Thanks in advance!
Keep on Cruising!

Dave

 99 
 on: August 19, 2014, 11:11:58 AM 
Started by 69 Zee - Last post by 69 Zee
Darrel , Looks like you have most everything ,My question for you did they bag and tag all the hardware ? hopefully its not in one big box.... When you start sorting hardware let me know I may be able to tell you what bolt was where ... Use mine for a reference for you....Makes me wanna tear down & start on old yellar .....
Hey Rob,  thanks for the offer.  I may just be taking you up on that.  I just bag and tagged everything over the last 2 days.  Because there was Sooooooo many I only bag them by groups of quantity, length and thread size at this time.

 100 
 on: August 19, 2014, 10:09:04 AM 
Started by dannystarr - Last post by dannystarr
I used a seamstress cloth tape and that seemed to work well. Lays nice and flat. I had the measurement at 25.25 with the cloth tape. I just wanted to make sure it was accurate. Apparently I was off. I here ya on the 36 degrees. That would be around 2 -1/2". So I will get that accurate and make a mark there also. Thanx everyone... Gonna do it tonight... Danny

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