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matt hoffmann

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The rest of the pictures from Newbie RS\SS.
« on: November 28, 2006, 11:01:24 PM »
I put a posting on a few days ago and now have the pictures to help the Experts at CRG help me understand if I do own a real 1967 RS/SS.
Pic. # 3 is the numbers stamped on th front body under the cowl panel.  Pic # 5 is the VIN,  Pic. #6 is the stamp on the top of the Transmission, Pic # 7 is the side of the transmission ( Is it a M-20 or M-21??).  Pic # 8is the tag bolted to the transmission ( what does it mean?)  Pic. # 10 is the front pad of the motor, and Pic. # 12 is the rear of the motor, The cast date on the motor is H186 as shown in Pic. 13. Picture 15 is the axle tube Is it a Posi?    It is a 12 bolt and has center cast numbers of H296 and 3894860.  What is the gear ratio?  Is this a rare car or fairly common??  Thank you for all of your help! 
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Re: The rest of the pictures from Newbie RS\SS.
« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2006, 11:24:13 PM »
Matt

All of the pictures didn't come through.  Got #'s 13 & 15 only.  H186 ='s August 18, 1966 and the axle is a 3.31:1 posi dated September 13th manufactured at Detroit Gear & Axle.  Try again on the other pics or just give the data.

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Re: The rest of the pictures from Newbie RS\SS.
« Reply #2 on: November 29, 2006, 01:52:24 AM »
Hi Steve,  I had to post the other pictures on seperate postings.  Please check them out and let me know your thoughts.  Thanks, Matt


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Re: The rest of the pictures from Newbie RS\SS.
« Reply #3 on: November 29, 2006, 02:14:44 AM »

Cool! Your block was cast on my 8th birthday.  Can I have it as a late birthday present? Just kidding. Very early build. I couldn't read the letter code of the TT, but this must be 1st week of September. I have an RS built at the same plant that is a 10C and the early cars have several unique features or non features that were later changed. I like that your transmission still has the metal part number tag. 
Loren
1967 RS L30 10C LOS
1969 SS/RS L78 02D NOR