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The number is worn off some so it hard to ID. It had a partial aluminum decal sticker over some of the number also and the fah/pully blade is blue?:confused:





 

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The blades should not be blue, the Blue seems to be similar to your car colour.

According to my Camaro Restoration Guide, the 1969 alternator part numbers are:

1100834 69 Base
1100836 69 w/: 6cyl, Air or PS
1100837 69 w/302, 396/375hp, 427/425-430hp
1100842 69 HD Atl. (RPO K79)
1100843 69 all V8 w/ A/C
1100845 69 all 6cyl w/ A/C
1100849 69 HD Alt. (RPO K85)
 

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If you have a decal across the OE stamped numbers, then the alt is an independent rebuilt unit from one of the national chains, i.e., Blue Streak replacement, maybe.
 

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There was a portion of a sticker it was silver/metallic background with black writing over the area where the serial number is. I have had the car since 1985 and its been installed in the car since I've owned it.
 

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Its on the body area where the adjustment bolt mounts the alternator. The date code is under the part number.
 

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I picked up a 69 Camaro alternator on eBay # 1100834 like the number shows for a 69 base coupe and the alt does not fit. The pulley sticks out to far and the bask does not have the bolt hole for the bottom bracket? Did other models have the same serial number?
 
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