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68Z Spark Plug Set? Which one?

I was looking at the date coded wire sets and was trying to determine if my car should have 1st quarter or 3rd quarter dates? I'm thinking it's 1st quarter, as the engine assembly date was 2/68. The vehicle build date was 3/68.

Another thought... I am putting full size Dougs Headers on the car, so will that affect wire choice?

In addition, with a stock setup, are standard wires okay? I'm slowly putting things back to the way they should be, so this would be a good start. I'm trying to get the wiring looms back too.

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Re: 68Z Spark Plug Set? Which one?

Probably ought to be 4Q67

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Re: 68Z Spark Plug Set? Which one?

Wires should be 1st quarter (they don't make 4th quarter); they only make 1st and 3rd quarter because the NCRS judging standard allows up to six months prior to the car's assembly date for dated components, so those two quarter dates cover any car.

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