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EXCLUSIVE -- ONLY HERE AT THIS FORUM: first

The 1967 Indy Pace Car Trust would like to extend a BIG WELCOME to our newest member "67 Indy L-34"

As the forum name implies this car is a real 1967 IPC Replica and was factory equipped with the L-34 350 HP 396 along with a turbo Hydromatic transmission with the ultra rare "EQ" engine stamping.


As many of you know this engine/ transmission combination was the same as used in the engineering order assembled IPC's #90 and #92.

If anyone has photos or other information to share please do so.

Again Welcome Big Grin Cheers 67 Indy L-34 Big Grin Cheers


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The car is a wonder for sure and will make for a super conversation and maybe even rewrite or fill in some blanks!

Oh boy first


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Let's see this puppy! I've never seen an EQ 396 67 camaro before? Some of the source books show it as a smog equiped 396/325hp and others 396/350hp non smog? If true what will those of us with 4N IPC's with missing blocks do.....oh my what a fun new find yea
 
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Detailed Photos of the stampings have been reviewed. This is a major find for sure. Cheers


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Sounds like a white whale!!! Smiler

The important thing is what the Cowl Tag and Vin have on them....

To my understanding this block has also been found on Chevelles......
 
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Well stop teasing us and post up some photos and data Smiler Are you waiting on the owner for the reveal or does someone here have the poop to back this stuff up? I can only imagine how fast an L34 67 camaro sighting will travel through the camaro community and the guest list here will start ticking away!
 
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The Vin suggests it's an 04A Car.
 
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Pat,

Don't worry we have the proof. Lets let the owner pipe in when he gets a chance to visit the forums. Cheers


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Can anyone send me a PIC of the Cowl Tag and the VIN?
 
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Well I bought the big box O wine at the Wal-Mart for this evening. I can get this kinda stuff at CRG confused
 
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Pat... Here is one for you from back in the day.... Cheers


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Ahhh...thanks for the taste! That looks like it might have some stories to tell. Now go wake this guy up Cool
 
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This is a very very interesting find, please tell us more.
 
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If that is what it looked like back in the day what does it look like NOW! So far so good. We definitely want to see more and hear about it's history. It is very intriquing!

Welcome "67 Indy L-34" to the Pacer Car Trust. Big Grin

You are amongst some very dedicated 67 Camaro fans here. Even though of us who don't own Pace Cars. We love hearing about any 67 Camaro. So we are really interested in your 67 Pacer. Look forward to seeing more pics and reading your story.
 
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He is good with GOODYEARS....


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Welcome = Dont be shy. We look forward to the story of your car and your input here. Lets us all know a bit about the car please. We would also welcome some questions you may have , possibly we can supply you with some answers. The engine is sure to raise much discussion in the Camaro world.
 
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Trans Tag.


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The car has been disasembled and in storage for the past 15 years. I have not been very active with it since the local camaro club folded. Notice that the back has been blackened in around the tail lighs.
 
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Yes, I noticed the tailpan was painted black. Do you think it was original?
 
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I think that it was because of how many layers of paint that there was and it was black behind the tail lights.
 
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The front fender had 7 layers of paint and the original blue pin stripe was still there.

 
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I'm on a dialup connection and will be slow!! to respond. I have an 04A big block that was back-halved so I dont know how the tailpan was painted but it seems that all the big blocks have the black pan. Mine is a real mess so I'm excited when another pops up to compare!
 
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My rear bumper has the short bumperetts, but the front bumper has a rust mark where the tall bumperetts would go.
 
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You should have holes drilled in the front lower valance if you had talls in front. Lots of front bumpers were replaced with used from the minor benders.
 
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I do have holes drilled in the front lower valance.

 
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