Oct 3rd, 00, 04:19 AM
I have a 1969 Camaro that appears to be a RS. It has the headlights and all the vacuum equipment/hoses/canisters intact. It also has the RS taillights with back up lights below the bumper. What is the no doubt easiest way to tell if it is a true RS?
[This message has been edited by budman93 (edited 10-03-2000).]
Oct 3rd, 00, 12:29 PM
You nailed all the big ones....
Check for a 1" hole and grommet in the firewall near where the booster mounts. The grommet should have 2 vacuum lines running through it. If the 1" hole is there...then I would say it is a good sign...
Steve McCorry - Central Ohio Camaro Club
'69 Camaro RS/SS-350 - Daytona Yellow
'95 Camaro Z-28 - Sebring Silver
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Oct 3rd, 00, 06:25 PM
I believe all RS had chrome drip rails on the
roof, wheel well chrome trim and side gill
Oct 4th, 00, 12:18 AM
Well guys, my car has passed all these tests and the 1" grommet is definitely there and not a hack job. I guess there's a better than average chance it's a real RS. Thanks!