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Old 03-24-2006, 09:10 AM
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long67elky?

Beeing an absolute amateur,
do elkys came in short or long beds?
code 2028 near paint code SS on cowl tag?
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Old 03-24-2006, 06:55 PM
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They only came with one size bed. Long or short? Who knows?!
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Yep it was a one size fits all type of car/truck.
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Old 03-24-2006, 10:11 PM
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They were only considered a short bed if they were a station wagon
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Thanks everybody for your comments.
I bought it as a bargain, pretty fast.
I had the feeling it was too long but I just didnīt realize the previous owner added about 20 inches to the elky.......to fit 2 seadoos..........pretty well done anyway, between the cab and rear wheel.
Now I have an elkkkkkky.

Havenīt solve yet some numbers on the cowl

...........general motors corporation

..........12C............668
ST......67.13680.....BAL...2028.......BODY
TR......761............SS..................PAINT
..........M..............137574
.........................................1
...............body by fischer

and the engine

VIN CE 0046I 9 V0617XTC
casting 22 GM..........395?532 or 395?592
.......................... or 395?632 or 395?692

intake manifold 346250

dif GM 8 N3894939 1306

I really appreciatte your comments and help (nor a dozen disperse elkys here in Chile, no one to talk about it)
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Old 03-25-2006, 05:12 AM
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Pics!!!!! We need pics of the extended Elky!!! I imagine it is different looking. They must have also extended the frame with it or dropped it on a different frame.
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pics attached (hope it works)

sides, frame and floor added in different places
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Old 03-25-2006, 01:53 PM
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hmmm lol, it does look kind of long.......

i think he added a little more material right behind the cab, before the rear wheels. And a little before the tailgate....
I really dunno those angles throw my perspective off...




* did 67 not come from the factory with a smugglers compartment bedhind the cab in the bed..?...or was that all replaced with "new" by the last dude......


ok i relooked at some 67 pics.....its definately been lengtheded. the space from rear axle to the cab is way farther than stock was...

Looks alright tho, wont see no one else exactly like you drivin around

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Thanks everybody for your comments.
I bought it as a bargain, pretty fast.
I had the feeling it was too long but I just didnīt realize the previous owner added about 20 inches to the elky.......to fit 2 seadoos..........pretty well done anyway, between the cab and rear wheel.
Now I have an elkkkkkky.

Havenīt solve yet some numbers on the cowl

...........general motors corporation

..........12C............668
ST......67.13680.....BAL...2028.......BODY
TR......761............SS..................PAINT
..........M..............137574
.........................................1
...............body by fischer

and the engine

VIN CE 0046I 9 V0617XTC
casting 22 GM..........395?532 or 395?592
.......................... or 395?632 or 395?692

intake manifold 346250

dif GM 8 N3894939 1306

I really appreciatte your comments and help (nor a dozen disperse elkys here in Chile, no one to talk about it)


Should I post this question on specific body and engine forums? Iīm eager to start working on the elky but Iīd rather have some info first. Like I said, thereīs no one to talk about it down here. Done some research on engine and chevelles codes but some codes donīt figure. Thank you all.
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Old 03-25-2006, 02:08 PM
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there is also, a ton of elcamino owners at the owners association. with forums www.elcaminocentral.com

www.teamchevelle.com is also another good site to find some info ( i think they may have vin charts, im not too sure)
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That is a first and that is just Way Cool!!!!!!!! A stretch Elky. As far as I know...definately a one of a kind, but well worth fixing up. Keep us informed on any work that goes on with it.
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That is a first and that is just Way Cool!!!!!!!! A stretch Elky. As far as I know...definately a one of a kind, but well worth fixing up. Keep us informed on any work that goes on with it.
Kevin, I`d been quite lazy but take a look at pictures in

http://elcaminocentral.com/gallery-a...m05-page5.html

Cristian
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