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Hello all I’m a new member and I just bought my dream car a 67 Camaro. Was wondering if there was any way to tell what it is in its entirety. Specific V-8 engine, trim, etc. Also Thank you so much in advance
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Here's the tag decoded.

Decode for body number: 013452
09E = Built the Fifth week of September.
67-12437 = Standard Interior Coupe.
NOR = Built in Norwood Ohio.
709 = Standard Gold Bucket Seats.
Z = (A50) Strato Bucket Seats (without headrests).
G-G = Car Color is Granada Gold
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2M = (M35) Powerglide Transmission
2G = (D55) Console front compartment
5B = (V32) Rear Large Bumper Guards
 

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The VIN tag in the front driver door jamb will indicate (3rd digit) if originally a 6 or 8 cylinder. It's an early car, before they started using the 4P on the trim tag to indicate a 350 L48 engine. So if the VIN indicates a V8, you'd have to look for other clues to determine if originally a base 327 or a 350. Does it have the original drivetrain?
Camaro VIN, Cowl Tag, and other Numbers Decoding (camaros.org)

More good info here:
1967-69 Camaro Drivetrain Decoding (camaros.org)
yes I believe it has the original drivetrain in it
 

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It will look like this ... and make sure you take note of the note -- the VIN and Engine Code locations can be swapped (as in my example):
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