I don't know of any commercial kits, but I do know a guy from the north side of Columbus who adapted power antenna motors to work the hide-aways.
It actually works pretty good....
Steve McCorry - Central Ohio Camaro Club
'69 Camaro RS/SS-350 - Daytona Yellow
'95 Camaro Z-28 - Sebring Silver
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[This message has been edited by mccorry (edited 07-13-2001).]
Whats the matter with using the original vacuum operated system? It will certainly be cheaper than trying to modify a 67 system or building you own.
Yes, you can get the 67 parts. Don't know of a kit that would include everything but you can buy the motors, limit switches, relays etc. Theres no bargain basement stuff there though. I think the motors alone are somewhere around $200 a piece. You can't use the headlight buckets and brackets from a 67 in a 69, so you would have to figure out a way to graft the bottom end (by the motor) of the 67 setup onto the 69 upper end of the pivot shaft.
The 67 system is probably even more unreliable than the 68/69 system, as it is real easy to burn up your motors if the limit switches aren't setup properly. Personally I'd stock with the stock setup from a 68/69.
1969 Indy Pace Car
350/300HP RPO Z11
Mark - I am simply considering all my options. My car is not a true RS. It has an RS front end on it however is missing all of the components for the headlight covers to be functional. I bought the car back in 1987 and just last year decided to tare it apart and make a nice ride out of it. I've found it's a very slow process. The body is currently at the body shop. I tryin to plan ahead for some of the delimas I had before. Thanks for the input.
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