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« on: April 12, 2006, 09:28:30 PM »

   I have a 69 camaro that has been stored in the garage for 20 years. Im finally going to do something with it. I was told that it was an SS car ? The car would appear to have had a big block motor and a four speed trans. I code that i have a question about is under tha paint code there is J294 ? I was wondering if anyone knows what that means. The cowl tag reads as below.


     ST 69 12437   LOS168567

     TR 711           51 51 PNT
     
          11B             J294
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« Reply #1 on: April 13, 2006, 07:58:11 AM »

J294 is just an internal Los Angeles assembly plant processing code.  Car 294 in batch J which means nothing.

Every car/tuck (Chevy-Pontiac etc) built at LA GMAD during this period (1967+- to 1970+) will have a similar code A001 to Z999, repeating over and over. 

There is nothing on this tag that confirm anything other that date built, paint and trim colors. 
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