How do you tell if a 1969 Camaro is a true SS 396?
it should have a 12 bolt rear end. if not it has been change. 69 ss came with 12bolt rear end,350 or bigger engine 396,427.
How can I tell if I have a 69 Z28?
Just remember badges do not a Camaro Z28 make. There is NO code in the VIN that recognizes a Z28 in any first generation Camaros. Late ’69 Camaros had an “X” code on the trim tag though. A Protect-o-plate can be helpful in identifying a first gen.
Is my Camaro a real SS?
There is NO code in the VIN that recognizes an SS in any first generation Camaro. The X11 code is the only exception to identifying a true ’69 SS Camaro because the code also means a plain Camaro. Unfortunately there are no codes on a ’68 Camaro to help identify an SS.
How do I know if my Z28 is real?
There is NO code in the VIN that recognizes a Z28 in any first generation Camaros. Late ’69 Camaros had an “X” code on the trim tag though. A Protect-o-plate can be helpful in identifying a first gen. Z28 but be careful because there are places that make reproductions of both trim tag and protect-o-plate.
How do you tell if it’s a real Z28?
What is the trim number on a 1969 Camaro?
Line 1: The first two-digit number on line two is the model year of production followed by Fisher Body style number, assembly plant, and the Fisher Body unit number used for production purposes. Line 2: Interior trim and lower/upper paint codes.
What was the RPO code for a 1969 Camaro?
Norwood sometimes, but not always, used the RPO code D80 to indicate the car was equipped with spoilers or the letter “A” for those equipped with power windows but neither of these were consistent. Norwood introduced “X” coded trim tags in mid-December 1968. the Style Trim group, RPO Z21, was part of RPO Z22 Rally Sport option.
What was the cowl tag on a 1969 Camaro?
While the “900 code” in 1969 was 910, and the cowl tag code was also a 10, this appears to have been coincidence, or at best, an isolated equivalence. As you can see from the table below, no other colors had this equivalence in 1969. The 1967-1969 first-generation Camaro interior trim codes are summarized in the tables below.
What was the body style of the 1969 Camaro?
Compared to 1967 and 1968 models, the 1969 Camaro is slightly lower and wider, with a more muscular, in-your-face look, especially in its frontal profile. Two basic body styles continued to be available: a semi-fastback coupe and a convertible in 18 single colors as well as (new for 1969) six two-tone combinations.