I think you got the cam in right. There are usually three keyways in the crank sprocket. Whatever keyway you use make sure to align the cam with the mark that matches the key mark.
This is important, so I'm going to say it another way.
Three keyways in the crank sprocket, three different marks next to each one. Usually a square, a triangle, a circle or "O".
Near the sprocket teeth, there are the same three marks, square, triangle, "o".
If you use the triangle keyway on the crank, use the trangle mark to line up to the cam sprocket.
It is OK to line up the marks by having crank up, cam mark down.
The engine will be on TDC for #6 cylinder at that position.
If you turn the engine one revolution, the cam mark will be at 12 oclock position, TDC #1 cyl.
Since the cam turns at half speed the crank takes two turns to one cam turn.
I would atach a remote starter button and with the car blocked and ign wire pulled, remove the #1 spark plug and put your finger over the plug hole. Crank till you feel a rush of air coming out, then bump the button till the timing marks are lined up. Drop in the distributor with the rotor pointing to #1 plug wire. All chevys point the rotor to #1 cylinder AND to #1 plug wire. So the rotor should be pointing generally at the drivers side headlight on the car, and you would turn the distributor so the plug wire for #1 lines up with the rotor.
Turn the distributor body till you see the teeth on the mag trigger all line up. Then I'd give it a 10 degree turn more counterclockwise and lock it down to start with.
If the distributor does not seat fully, the oil pump drive is not engaged. You can bump the starter till the distributor drops down fully, then get the crank back up to TDC #1 to verify the distributor is in right.
Check my web page for First Gen Camaro suspension info:
David's Motorsports page
First Gen Suspension Page
67 RS 327 original owner. 69 Camaro Vintage Racer, 65 Lola T-70 Chev SB Can-Am Vintage Racer
[This message has been edited by davidpozzi (edited 03-25-2002).]