It is my understanding that the stinger hood was not used in 1969. B-M switched to the L-88 hood for that model year. In my research on the paint scheme, I never saw a 69 with a stinger hood.
I bought the L-88 hood for my car. Motion Performance still makes this hood using the same mold they used in 1969. The quality is very good. My only complaint would be the rough finish of the underside. They advertise in Hot Rod and Super Chevy, so you can get their phone number there.
I have seen multiple B-M paint schemes as well. All I have seen retained the SS "hockey stick" side stripes. The single center stripe seems to be the most common, but there were variations as to where the stripe ended on the front of the car.
I am painting my car using the "Phase III" paint scheme. I understand this scheme was used on cars with the most powerful engine option. In this scheme, the rear of the car is painted white (or black). I am trying to decide between my original color, Hugger Orange, or changing to Rallye Green. I haven't decided how to piant the center stripe on the front of the car yet, but am leaning towards the stripe ending in the fold of the L-88 scoop.
I will also be buying the Motion rear wing to complete the look (hey, everybody has a spoiler!). I understand the wing was only installed on "Phase III" cars.
I have also found a reproduction of the 67-69 Corvette big block side pipes B-M installed as an option on some cars. They run about $1,000 for a set. BTW, if anyone knows how they tied the header collectors to the inlet of the side pipes let me know. I'm having a hard time visualizing how this was done on a Camaro without impacting performance (or maybe it did and no one cared).
Don't laugh, but one place to get info is from the B-M models Ertl has recently produced. Each Ertl model is patterned after a real B-M car. For example, the Rallye Green Ertl model is patterned after the Otis Chandler car. The only major problem I saw with these is that they included engine size call-outs on the front fenders and hood. None of the real cars I have seen pictures of had engine size call-outs. Check out my website. I have pictures of the blue Ertl model there.
Like you, I am NOT attempting to build a clone. First, my car is a small block. B-M never built a 1969 small block Camaro. Second, my car is NOT an SS and I will NOT be adding SS emblems. I will be painting the SS hockey stripes, but will use bow tie emblems on the tail and grill.
Hugger Orange & white 69 Camaro with supercharged 350, Tremec TKO, and 3.73 12-bolt
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