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matt hoffmann
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« on: November 24, 2006, 01:40:20 AM »

In feb 2004 I bought a 1967 camaro disassembled with alot of believed to be original parts.  The cowl tag reads as follows.

09B                               L101
67-12437  LOS 586
742-Z                R-2
2LG  3SL
5Y                                               The VIN tag says 124377L102007  The front pad on the motor block is L102007 VO829 MS  Rear is 13 GM 3892657 The 4 spd transmission also has L 102007 stamped as well as other numbers.  I am not sure if it is a m20 or M21?  The cowl tag does not have 4P indicating SS 350.  It has a 12 bolt rear end with multi leaf springs and I have not found any numbers on the axle hosing.  I saw a note on CRG that states early 1967  norwood camaros may not have had the 4P   I have the counsel with gauges and original tach too.  Under the cowl panel on the body is also stamped L102007.  Is this the 2007th camaro?  I am the third owner as it sat for 18 years before I got it.  Is this a eeal RS/SS??  Thanks all for your help.

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« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2006, 10:24:13 AM »

"VO829 MS " Indicates 350/295hp with a 4 speed which would be an SS. All 1967 Camaros had mono-leaf springs so the multi-leafs are incorrect. Looks like a real RS/SS.

Nice car.

Rick H.
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« Reply #2 on: November 24, 2006, 11:12:56 AM »

Matt,

Your car is a Los Angeles built car (Van Nuys), so I believe your car should have the 4P on it if it were an SS 350. The CRG report states that
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The 4P code was used from early production at Van Nuys, but was not added to the Norwood SS350 cars until sometime during October.

Now, just how "early" is something I don't know, so Kurt or Rich, or Daniel, etc... will have to comment.

Although the engine stamping is "correct" for a 67 SS 350/295 with a manual transmssion, and the date of August 29th lines up well to your cars build, I would ask that you post a picture of the stamp so the experts can examine it for originality.

The transmission would be a Muncie for an SS car, so is it a Muncie or a Saginaw? You might want to post a picture of the transmission stamping as well...

Ed
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matt hoffmann
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« Reply #3 on: November 24, 2006, 12:57:39 PM »

I will get some pictures and submit.  Is this camaro in the CRG database?
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« Reply #4 on: November 25, 2006, 09:42:17 PM »

No, the car is not in the db.
That's a very early SS, early enough that the tag looks right.
Axle code should be there. If you can't find it, check the casting date.
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