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post #106 of 115 (permalink) Old Apr 6th, 12, 12:04 PM
 
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Thanks, Dennis - I guess I will have to put it on the list. Tim
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post #107 of 115 (permalink) Old Jul 16th, 13, 11:36 AM
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Very hard to find front passenger side cocktail skakers that are clean and rust free.

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post #108 of 115 (permalink) Old Jul 16th, 13, 10:43 PM
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yes they are. they were a lot easier a few years back. now everyone has seemed to have scooped them all up for their restos. correct me if im wrong but places like ebay has gone from used or NOS parts from private sellers to aftermarket business that sell a lot of repo items. in the early 2000's, I remember that it was a pain going through 75 pages of ebay auctions for 69 camaros. If you check now, there are 1542 pages and mostly repo items.

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post #109 of 115 (permalink) Old Jul 24th, 14, 07:39 PM
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I just wanted to post something that I just verified about 69 Firebird rear cocktail shakers. I looked on line and I found a few postings were people thought 69 Firebird rear shakers should fit a 69 Camaro, but no confirmation of an install. I just purchased a rear pair of 69 Firebird cocktail shakers for my 69 Camaro convertible and they bolted right in. No problems. The only difference is the 69 Camaro rears use 3 mounting tabs. 2 on the bottom and 1 on the top but the Camaro has provision to mount 2 on the top. The 69 Firebird rear shaker has 4 mounting points. 2 on the bottom and 2 on the top and line up perfectly to the 69 Camaro mounting points. I just thought I would share this actual install detail.

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post #110 of 115 (permalink) Old Mar 19th, 15, 06:53 PM
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I don't think this was ever answered...
From the Gentleman who inquired about his Firebird Seat bottom and other Firebird Parts on his LA assembled Camaro.
If I am not mistaken YES Firebirds and Camaros were built together in LA.
ALSO
Begining in April/May of Calender Year 1969 they began being built together in Norwood OH too.
The Firebird's production, previously done at GM Lordstown OH was moved to Norwood so Lordstown could be refitted to build the Vega.

The 69 Assm shows the dampener revision as 11/22/68 - any idea when the changeover actually did occur?
Has anyone compared the two different part numbers for each position?
If so are there any discernible differences?

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I know shakers by sight! long leg =9 upper strap=9rear or bird! want pics/I have plenty of fronts too
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Does anyone have pictures of a full set of 67s?
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post #113 of 115 (permalink) Old Sep 6th, 16, 09:46 AM
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This is more oriented towards, restoration but figured this was a good starting point. I want to Power Coat all 4 cocktail shakers. Part of the process requires baking at 400 degrees. Is there any harm / risk involved if I pore out all the ATF fluid and then proceed with powder coating !

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post #114 of 115 (permalink) Old Nov 8th, 16, 06:04 PM
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Here are pictures of 67, 68 Camaro convertible rear cocktail shakers:
Left rear is # 3909927
Right rear is # 3909928
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Here are pictures of 67, 68 Camaro convertible rear cocktail shakers:
Left rear is # 3909927
Right rear is # 3909928
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