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westonz28

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1967 Z28
« on: March 17, 2018, 09:30:45 PM »
At the Pocatello Idaho the "Chrome in the Dome" car show I saw a 1967 Z28 numbers matching 26,000 original mile Camaro. Trim tag looked good but could not read the engine numbers.  I got a poor picture of the trim tag, 05? for month and E-E paint. The other numbers were 760-z, 2LGS, 4L and 5B.  I did not get to talk to the owner because he was not at his car. I really wanted to talk to him or her but I had to work today so i could not go back.  Also saw a 1966 L79 Nova and a 1969 Yenko. The Yenko had a X44 trim tag but big block heater core. Did not get to talk to any of the owners.
67 RS L30/M20 numbers, 68 BB 396 12 bolt posi
68 Z28 project, 68 numbers 327/210 4 speed
69 LM1 turbo 350 12 bolt numbers,70 L65 350
68 Chevelle L30 3 on the tree, 68 El Camino BB

Jon Mello

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Re: 1967 Z28
« Reply #1 on: March 20, 2018, 12:55:14 AM »
There is no car in the '67 Z registry built in May like that but there is an 06B Norwood car sold new in Toronto that mostly fits that profile.
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Re: 1967 Z28
« Reply #2 on: March 20, 2018, 02:12:45 PM »
Like I said the trim tag was hard to read but it was a Canadian Camaro. Sounds like you have it information.
67 RS L30/M20 numbers, 68 BB 396 12 bolt posi
68 Z28 project, 68 numbers 327/210 4 speed
69 LM1 turbo 350 12 bolt numbers,70 L65 350
68 Chevelle L30 3 on the tree, 68 El Camino BB