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Old 09-06-2005, 05:14 PM
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68 Camaro 12 bolt decode needed

I just bought 2 Camaros to restore, 67 and 68 RS cars. The 68 may be an SS also. It came with a factory installed 12 bolt(tapered at axle housing ends).
The axle tube code reads>>>PP 1003G2. I cant seem to find the PP code and most say there are only 7 digits here and I have 8?
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3.55 non posi 10/03 date. G2 is just gear plant, second shift.

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I just bought 2 Camaros to restore, 67 and 68 RS cars.

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Old 09-07-2005, 07:28 AM
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thanks for decode

thanks for the decode Rich.
Im not much on drive trains but I can do a mean body. I posted some pics of the 68 RS in tear down mode. All outter sheet metal including the roof is coming off and body will then go to dipper. Im also replacing the upper dash.

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Old 09-07-2005, 07:39 AM
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Glad it helped.

I am in the middle of one of those projects too. Just did not need that kind of sheet metal replacement.

Here is mine as it sits. Doing final final.... edge sanding getting it ready to paint.

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Old 09-08-2005, 06:53 AM
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Looks good. I was looking at your pics and saw the turn table you used to do the bottom. Did you make it and if so can you send more pics so I can make one.
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Yes, I built it myself. Was a pretty easy job.

I sent Badbob some pics via email a while back. Not great but will give you the idea. If you send me your email I will forward them to you.

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