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I have a '67 Camaro 12 bolt with 3.08 non posi. It has a bracket for the traction bar and I am told this is a high horse 350, 396 or Z28 rear. First off, am I correct? Secondly, what is it worth?

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12 bolts were used on all SS and Z/28, regardless of HP, and I think, high horse 327. Two things lower the value of yours. 3.08, and non-Posi. Condition is the overriding determiner of value. If it needs rebuilding, I'd guess $400.
 

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I believe the 12 bolt could be had with a 327 like Unreal said... if it was an L30 motor backed by an M20 trans. Other than that it was an SS or Z28 as far as I know.
 

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surprised with the gear, 3.08,and open,
prob was a later build date '67.
The 12 bolt was available in later build date cars as an option,with the 4 bbl 327
{275hp}
From what i read here on this forum,the
smarter way to go seems to be to use a early
'70's Nova {Apollo,Omega etc..} 8.5 10 bolt
so unless someone is going for "origanlity"
it may not be worth quite so much..


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Thanks guys, tell me, where do you find the date code on it?

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Is it right over the spring pad? I see a number but it is going under the ubolt and is hidden. If this is the number, I'll remove the bolt and get a good look at it.
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Last fall I paid $450 for one similar to yours, and needs a complete rebuild. Mine is also from a '67, with the traction bracket on the passenger side, but it has the 4-series posi carrier. I've been told it was a good deal. Hope this helps.
 
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