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Can a 1967 or 1968 Camaro core support be used in a 1969 Camaro with Rally Sport? He's not doing a numbers car. Thank you, Joe
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Only differences I am aware of are the holes to mount the VR. They are bigger for the well-nuts used 67-68.

69s mount the A/C condensing coil to the upper rail so there are holes for it.
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Thank you William...Joe
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Long-time bud Stevie points out the nut for mounting the lower grille support is fixed on '67s, no adjustment.
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Was that Steve Drueck?
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Yes!

Lots of memories vending at the same shows going back to the '80s. We still laugh about the $35 rosewood in the swap area at SC-Indy as we walked by.
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LOL,although not the 1980's,I witnessed a similar scenario when a man & his girl were selling parts @ Jefferson about 15 years ago behind the Grandstands.
He asked her to watch his stuff while he went to bathroom,2 guys walk buy and notice a near mint Rosewood wheel sitting on his tarp marked $300.
They ask her jokingly if that wheel is $3.00?..she giggles and says,"No,it's $30".
One of them says SOLD,pulls out $30 and walks away with the other.
I was selling parts across & down from them and saw him come walking back,asking if she sold anything?..When she told him,he was fit to be tied screaming at her.I don't think they were married.

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Lots of stories. Junkyards, swap meets, always looking for parts. Prices you would laugh at. Bought ZL1 #4 off a lawn in Idaho for $2500.
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