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Discussion in '1970 - 1973 Specific' started by 67johnny, Dec 27, 2017.
Trunk floor pan with hump for vapor separator
1970 vapor separator on NA9 cars only . mounted on the forward side of the axle hump .
i think Flojoes point is why do we need 2 of these threads ? Mods ?
I think the hump was in all cars correct? 1970 only pan.
Cant see a downside to having a fresh 2017 perspective on this subject.
With new members and newfound enthusiasm for the Gen2 stuff I would have to think this is a good thing. (over 1300 views on this topic so far and counting!)
Also... anything that used "photobucket" in the past will be almost useless .
So much good archived stuff from years gone by is now lost thanks to those guys! JMO
In the past if there was more than one thread of the same subject ( papa Johns pizza car comes to mind ) the mods would combine them instead of having 2 threads to look through .there is two of the exact same thread going on at once . if you post in the older ( and larger ) thread , it will come to the top anyway . I guess they don’t do that anymore ...
71 and later all cars had non externally vented fuel systems with the oval stand pipe . I guess the 70 would be unique as opposed to the stand pipe version . Is there a dent for that plastic piece on the 70 ?
Don' know if mentioned, 1970 L-34 fuel filter support rod.
Yes. All '70 models. That's why they list the replacement trunk pans '71 and up. I just brought my '70 back from AMD Installation in Georgia, and Craig Hopkins sectioned in the new trunk pan to preserve the '70 trunk floor configuration (hump). He wanted to keep it a '70. Craig has been restoring these Camaro's for some time. They did an excellent job at what I considered a fair price. I sold the seperator and all of the lines, as I am doing a resto-mod of sorts. The NA9 vapor line is free if someone wants it. The problem is, it's almost 9' long! I also have the unique to '70 frame mounted canister bracket for the front.
Now that you mentioned the stand pipe type vapor separator, you have me thinking. The panel behind the rear seat held the one year only '70 rear defogger unit. Did they mount the defogger on the bottom of the package tray after '70? If so, it was likely to accomodate the stand pipe. This makes the panel behind the rear seat unique to '70 also.