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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old May 20th, 08, 07:54 AM Thread Starter
 
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Still trying to find my way around the site. In the final stages of a frame-off restoration of a '69 vert that I've owned since '73. At the moment I'm bogged down in the cocktail shaker dilemma. Just bought a pair of rears that I think must be from another year - bottom holes match, but they come up short of reaching the fender mount by a couple of inches. Still missing a front and apparently both rears. I know that the question has been out there before, but if anyone has good pics and/or description with dimensions for '69 shakers, sure would be appreciated.
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post #4 of 10 (permalink) Old May 20th, 08, 08:50 AM
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Welcom to Team Camaro Carl!

There is a pic the fronts on my 69 w/o fenders installed in this thread:

https://www.camaros.net/forums/showth...hlight=shakers

I will see if I can find a shot of the rears.

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Welcome! Check out the sticky on the shakers https://www.camaros.net/forums/showthread.php?t=53415 Oops, they lost the comparison pics

sounds like you have the 67-68 versions. You can still sell them for good $$

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Hi All,
Still trying to find my way around the site. In the final stages of a frame-off restoration of a '69 vert that I've owned since '73. At the moment I'm bogged down in the cocktail shaker dilemma. Just bought a pair of rears that I think must be from another year - bottom holes match, but they come up short of reaching the fender mount by a couple of inches. Still missing a front and apparently both rears. I know that the question has been out there before, but if anyone has good pics and/or description with dimensions for '69 shakers, sure would be appreciated.
There's a bunch of pictures in the stickies the Convertibles forum on here. If it turns out they are '68 shakers, PM me .


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Thanks for the link! Great pic! If I ever get this all sorted out I'll try to post some pics. Hard to believe that with a topic as busy as this seems to be that there doesn't appear to be a definitive identification source of some kind.
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Thanks for the help! I'll continue to research. If the rears that I have do turn out to be '68s, I'll get back to you.
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welcome!

Got to give the PEOPLE what they want!

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