Several years ago, I purchased an air cleaner from an eBay seller who claimed it was from a 1968 Camaro with 4-barrel carburetor. He had posted an image showing a ThermAC, but the cleaner I received had no provisions for the damper door mounted on the snorkel. The seller subsequently told me the image he used was from another auction, but he reiterated that the cleaner I received was from a 4-barrel 68 Camaro.
What I wanted was a ThermAC for a í68 L30 powerglide (I want to change my 2-barrel to a 4-barrel and still be 100% 50 state street legal--and that requires the í68 4-barrel ThermAC, correct?).
At best I was going to have to pay to ship the item back to him in order to recoup any of my money, so I put the cleaner on a shelf and forgot about it.
Now Iím cleaning up my shop and want to sell this cleaner, but I need to know its specific application in order to properly list it.
Iíve taken a look at the CRG Research Report 1967-69 Camaro Emission Systems
and some posts on CRGís forums and Team Camaroís forums, but I still need an expert opinion.
Presuming it is from a 1st generation Camaro (assuming the eBay seller was being truthful with me), it can not
be for a í69 because the snorkel faces left, not right--correct?† It also can not
be for a í68 automatic because it lacks the ThermAC.It also has NO provision for a breather
. The lack of a breather suggests it could not be for a í68 manual since all í68 Camaros used a breather attached to the air cleaner--correct?
Therefore, assuming it is for a first generation Camaro, it must be for a 1967 Camaro L30 (but not
California since it lacks the breather--correct?) equipped with either automatic or manual transmission. Does this sound correct?
I appreciate all the help with this!
Thanks in advance.
P.S., I can take additional photos from different angles if needed; just let me know.