My car is an SS 396 with 3.07 Posi, M-20 (wide ratio) four speed, 325 horse (L-35) 396. Options include hugger orange paint with parchment vinyl roof. orange hounds tooth interior, white hockey stripes, console with no gauges and radio delete. Only 314 Camaros in 1969 had the 3.07 axle. 6,752 L-35 engines were included in convertible and coupe V-8 production numbers. This constituted around 3 percent of the total V-8 build. Taking the total V-8 build (Coupe and Convertible) times 3 percent yields a figure of 10. If my math is correct, no more than 10 cars were built with this engine and rear end configuration. Considering the other options, some of which are quite unusual, this car is a very low number example. It is bone stock (restored) and I intend to keep it that way. I have the original window sticker, protecto plate, original sales contract and a number of original service documents so I am confident of the cars lineage.