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« on: August 24, 2014, 05:13:40 AM »

Hello everyone: I hope this finds my Camaro family doing well.

I recently discovered I had two standard but different lower valances for my 68 currently in the body shop... one has additional holes and flanges on the inward lips... I know I should have taken some photos... but in my state of mind the CRS disorder must have flared up... as I never even thought about photos, which really amazes me when I do these things.. typically I take millions of photos...  Just so there is no added confusion; I am NOT talking about the RS lower valance.  The only things come to mind is possible bumper guards or a change within the production year... and I think 67 is different ruling that out

I'll post some photos asap... 

PS  You all better watch out... This CRS stuff is please be aware of it

What's that CRS you say?


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« Reply #1 on: August 24, 2014, 11:37:52 AM »

The one with no flange is for early '67 Camaros up to around Jan/Feb '67. Then it was replaced with the one with the flange. The flange is where the '67 Firebird turn signal mounted.

Jon Mello
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