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My info on 124379N607352 states engine and trans are re-stamps.
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Was brought up in here before

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Would love to see the full MacNeish report!
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She's a beauty.

Was the original engine and trans located?

Or still a restamp?

Owner says it had "stock eliminator history in 69 and 70" so it would seem unlikely that the original motor survived that.
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Old 07-13-2022, 02:11 PM
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I don't think anyone can put a price on it without knowing if the power train is "born with."
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He could probably get even more money by just turning the cowl seal right side out,and upright too.
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Very nice car of course, but I have a question. It has a short spoiler, but this is a March 69 car. I thought the short spoilers were gone by Dec/Jan?
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Old 07-13-2022, 08:15 PM
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Very nice car of course, but I have a question. It has a short spoiler, but this is a March 69 car. I thought the short spoilers were gone by Dec/Jan?
Both were used Jan-March 1969.

The first design [59.0"] rear spoiler was used on all cars built w/D80 until the end of calendar year 1968. As of January 1969, the second design [61.5"] entered production on a limited basis; most D80 cars received the 1st design. As more 2nd design parts became available, I believe Fisher Body allocated them for Z11 production. Do not know of a Z11 built with the 1st design. Also, most if not all of the first COPO 9561 Yenko Camaros [01B] had the 2nd design.

Latest known cars with the 1st design were built 03D.
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My info on 124379N607352 states engine and trans are re-stamps.

If this car scored 989/1000 at MCACN, you would think the drive line stampings would be legit??
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