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Yesterday 09:38 PM
MARTINSR Ok, let's stick with 67-69 Camaro.

What is the super rare seat option? I have seen one car with it, and it was in a wrecking yard! I bought it and sold it in Hemmings as I remember for a few good bucks!

On the bumper brackets, the '67 mount solid to the bumper while the '68's have a large hole and rubber bushing to allow the bumper tip movement.

Brian
Yesterday 09:29 PM
Too Many Projects I'm not aware of a side bracket difference. The center bracket on a '68 has a hole for a rubber stop to hold the license plate straight...

I got no questions and I'm off to bed...
Yesterday 09:17 PM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
'67 has no side marker light and the bracket for the RS headlamp door is recessed a few inches from the standard headlamp bezel.
But then, I have a '67 RS...

It's your floor! But for a little bonus, what about the side bumper bracket in the front, what's the difference?

Brian
Yesterday 07:52 PM
Too Many Projects '67 has no side marker light and the bracket for the RS headlamp door is recessed a few inches from the standard headlamp bezel.
But then, I have a '67 RS...

Yesterday 05:41 PM
496CHEVY3100 Will this help
Yesterday 05:08 PM
whinny
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Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
Take a shot at it Russ.

BB
Got no pics bud, saw a couple nice cars Friday,very old, going opposite ways though. Must have been a run by Austin and Morris club. About 10 cars and I was on motorway and running late for an appointment.
Nuts.

You guys are so knowledgeable about cars I can't match you!

Later gator
Russ
Yesterday 04:48 PM
boothboy
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Originally Posted by whinny View Post
It can't be that easy, no one has answered

Later gator
Russ
Take a shot at it Russ.

BB
Yesterday 04:17 PM
whinny It can't be that easy, no one has answered

Later gator
Russ
08-25-2015 04:38 PM
Too Many Projects
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
Ok, easy one, you have a bare Camaro front fender, how do you know if it's a '68 or '67 and how do you know if it's a RS or just a base Camaro?

Brian
OK, that IS too easy, so I'm not going to answer...
08-25-2015 04:31 PM
MARTINSR Ok, easy one, you have a bare Camaro front fender, how do you know if it's a '68 or '67 and how do you know if it's a RS or just a base Camaro?

Brian
08-25-2015 04:11 PM
Too Many Projects
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Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
How about Horizontally Vented Fender Spat? But nobody would spit that entire name out So Fender Spat is the winner!! I think the whole name comes out when thr auto is valued at $750,000 or higher and is being judged on a fairway.

Your up TMP

BB
Sorry about being gone so long, we left about 2 minutes before you posted this to take our son to college.

I didn't get that far with the particular car in your pic to know the whole official name.

Again, I have no good questions.......anyone feel free.
08-25-2015 08:06 AM
boothboy
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That must be it then. Wing spats...
And be sure to carry a torch with for night time emergencies.
Pip pip Old Man!

BB
08-25-2015 08:01 AM
boothboy
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That's all I came up with, unless you want fender spat ???
How about Horizontally Vented Fender Spat? But nobody would spit that entire name out So Fender Spat is the winner!! I think the whole name comes out when thr auto is valued at $750,000 or higher and is being judged on a fairway.

Your up TMP

BB
08-25-2015 07:09 AM
Too Many Projects
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
It was pretty funny, right at the end of the day a car came in and the owner was British and he called the fenders "wings".

Brian
That must be it then. Wing spats...
And be sure to carry a torch with for night time emergencies.
08-24-2015 11:02 PM
whinny
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
It was pretty funny, right at the end of the day a car came in and the owner was British and he called the fenders "wings".

Brian
Me and all my family call our arms wings. I had a big op years ago and still get a wee bit of pain under my arm. Everyone asks how's ya wing,lol.

Later gator
Russ
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