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Old Jan 5th, 20, 09:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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1112019 Distributor Real or Restamp

Hi,

I have purchased a bunch of truck parts and found this distributor in the box. Its a 1112019 dated 9M14. Is this a real one or restamp. I know the vacuum advance looks incorrect based on research. Thanks in advance!

PS: Can someone tell me how to post pics. I tried, resized and it still gives me an error.

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Old Jan 5th, 20, 09:43 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Old Jan 5th, 20, 10:31 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Re: 1112019 Distributor Real or Restamp

Here is one pic of the numbers, my wife helped me and now wonders why I had it on the couch, lol
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Old Jan 5th, 20, 10:47 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Re: 1112019 Distributor Real or Restamp

Looks legit to me. The 9M14's were a bit different than the later 2019 dates.
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Old Jan 5th, 20, 11:53 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Re: 1112019 Distributor Real or Restamp

Hi,

Thanks, so the number one in 2019 is not suppose to be straight, like the first 3 ones? The Vacuum advance says B1, is that incorrect, I see some with the 201 number on it? Is there any other way to verify its originality?

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Old Jan 5th, 20, 02:34 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Re: 1112019 Distributor Real or Restamp

That's the difference on the 9M14's. The 1 is a one instead of a vertical slash.
The B1 is a parts store replacement. MS 201-15 is the original.
Should also have a 530 CCW advance cam
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Old Jan 5th, 20, 03:07 PM   #7 (permalink)
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One thing to remember on GM distributors, the numbers ARE NOT "stamped" into them, they are literally rolled, which is a die with raised letters and numbers are rotated against the rotatng body to impress the digits into the aluminum, THEY ARE NOT STAMPED INTO PLACE.

The distributor in the picture does NOT have an altered identifying, nor date code.

1112019, 1970 only, aluminum points type, 350/360 horsepower, Z28 All. This distributor also came with an RFI suppression cover over the points and condenser to reduce RF interference in the ignition system.

The vacuum advance used on 1112019 is listed as 1973437. The stock vacuum advance will have 3 sets of digits. first set is the last 3 digits of the factory part number, 437.

Another is a two number set, which is the total number of crankshaft degrees that advance delivers, when the stock rubber bushing on the pull pin is in place, and those bushings rot off, fall off, and are not supplied on an after market replacement.

Third is a two digit number that identifies the manufacturer that made the advance for GM.

9/M/14, distributor production date. 9 = year of production, 1969, M = Month of production, 12, December, 14 = day of month produced, 14. Date would be 14 December, 1969.
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Old Jan 5th, 20, 05:14 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Dave. Nice to see you on board sharing your knowledge

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Old Jan 6th, 20, 07:08 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Hi,

Thank you so much all, Dave that was great sharing of knowledge. I do have one question. For the Vacuum Advance, I see some with MS 201 15, would that be correct, or was that a service part. Sorry if my lingo is not correct, I have some F**d cars hence the stamped distributor comment.
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Old Jan 6th, 20, 07:13 AM   #10 (permalink)
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Re: 1112019 Distributor Real or Restamp

The 201 was the correct factory fitted vacuum pod. It was service replaced with a 163-16. The 437 was for the LT-1 Corvette which had a cast iron distributor with a mechanical tach drive


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Old Jan 6th, 20, 08:15 AM   #11 (permalink)
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The 201 was the correct factory fitted vacuum pod. It was service replaced with a 163-16. The 437 was for the LT-1 Corvette which had a cast iron distributor with a mechanical tach drive.

Chevrolet By The Numbers shows the 201 advance was not used on 1112019, and I'm too lazy to go to my basement library to dig out the Delco history books.
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Old Jan 6th, 20, 08:19 AM   #12 (permalink)
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One of the mistakes Al Colvin made in that book. Like the 1112003 was an alternate distributor for the 1970 Z28. No known ones have ever been found. Only place the 2003 has ever been seen is in the South African Can Am Firenza with a DZ 302 in 1973. There are a few other mistakes Colvin made like the head numbers.


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Old Jan 6th, 20, 05:30 PM   #13 (permalink)
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The 1112019 distributor I have in my stock here is a pure stocker, came from an early date code car/engine out of Colorado. It has both the original stock vacuum advance and RFI points cover under the cap.

It has a 437 canister on it.

I cannot find any reference to the 437 ever being fitted to an LT1 Corvette engine.

I am not using CBTN as reference for this, I have, and am using Chevrolet factory build specifications.

Now, I am so fed up being called a bad guy, that I really don't care much about the fights brought on by all this stuff, so, I am going back to silent on this, and other stuff here, just isn't worth wasting a second more time on the fights that others break out over this sort of thing.

Besides, I'd have mounted a Crane adjustable vacuum advance, with my modified stop plate mounting position far before I'd ever go for a stock vacuum advance.

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FWIW, I got out my five inch thick Delco loose leaf binder. It also shows the 437 advance unit. The 1112019 page (along with 20 or so other distributor numbers on the same page) was last updated in 1978, so it doesn't prove one way or the other which advance number was original.
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