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Early '67 Sub-frame
« on: August 17, 2009, 04:37:58 AM »
  I am sending post in reply to info. on early '67 Sub-frame report.   My R-R(Bolero Red) '67 was built 11A (66) in LOS, it is basically a standard Coupe(12437) with 327 - 2 bbl. with Powerglide, Tinted Windshield (only),cowl tag Reads like this;
        11A               A638
  ST  67-12437 LOS 8032   BODY
  TR  760-Z               R-R   PAINT
        W  2M
   It has the early Sub-frame horns (no holes),  also I'd like to add that it has the metal Bucket seat backs.  hope this adds to your report.   

1967 Camaro  LOS  11A
Original Engine   Z - Tribute
Mike C.    NW - Illinois

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Re: Early '67 Sub-frame
« Reply #1 on: August 18, 2009, 04:07:37 AM »
Thanks for the info. Can you let us know the dates on the quarters (example H 38 2) and trunk lid (example T40). Also, can you describe or provide a photo of the quarter panel door jamb? Probably has the full phone indentation and two long skinny indentations as well but would like to know for sure as there are 4 known variations for '67 models.

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Re: Early '67 Sub-frame
« Reply #2 on: August 18, 2009, 08:03:39 AM »
  I have attached a photo of the Door frame, I think you can tell it has the phone indentation and 5 long skinny indentations.  As for stampings, the quarters have been re-skinned, as well as new outer Wheelhouse.  I have the old trunk lid in storage, I'll have to check the stamping next time I'm there.   I do remember it had both the Chevrolet script and the little rectangular camaro emblems.

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Re: Early '67 Sub-frame
« Reply #3 on: August 25, 2009, 04:43:17 AM »
  I was doing some cleaning of my Sub-frame this weekend and found some (partial) stamped codes of somekind on the outside of the Pass. side frame-rail.   I have included a sketch of what it looks like.  I think part of it is too faint to show in a picture.