1 - General Motors Division- 1=Chevrolet Motor Division
2 - Car Series- 2=Camaro
4- Engine- 4=8-cylinder (3=6-cylinder)
37 - Body Style- 37=coupe (67=convertible)
9 - Model Year- 9=1969
N - Assembly Plant- N=Norwood, Ohio (L=Los Angeles)
269801- Unit Number- This number started at 500,000 at both plants in 1969, so this was the ?69800th Camaro built at Norwood in 1969. In 1967 the Unit Number started at 100,000 and in '68 it started at 300,000.
are you sure the first # is a 2?
Interior Trim Code
711 - Black standard
not sure about the 029, but there should be a build date code somewhere with 2 #'s and a letter.
Body Color Code
65 - Olympic Gold
B - Black vinyl top
Exterior Trim Codes
X11 - Style Trim Group (includes SS350)*
*There is no specific X-code for the SS350. X11 could mean SS350 with Style Trim or base car with Style Trim.
The NOR269801 number is the Norwood body number assigned to that body by the Fisher Body plant. It helps track the car through the plant. This number will never match the VIN.
The 029 is more likely 02D or similar, this is the body build date, February, and the letter denotes the week, A,B,C,D,E....1st thru 5th week.
X11 code can be several different things, however, your car has one of two options...either the Z21 style trim group, or is a Z22 Rally Sport. Like mentioned, the car could also be an SS with one of the two above options, depending on the VIN of the car. Could you post the VIN??
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