74 Camaro parts numbers

Discussion in '1974 Specific' started by 74BIBELOT, Jul 6, 2017.

  1. 74BIBELOT

    74BIBELOT Veteran Member

    Found this, thinking to build my 74Camaro engine to original specs, even points distributor, cast iron intake, etc. but using a steel crank.
    This crank looks good(some surface rust)
    How much is a good price for one like this?
    Thanks in advance
     

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  2. zfool

    zfool Veteran Member

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    I wouldn't give much for it without having a machinist look at it. Possibly scrap, there are better out there in the 2-400 range. The Sp. Hi-Perf motor or L-82 came with Crankshaft PN 330550 Forged steel large journal from 73-74 Camaro Z28 and Corvette L-82. It should have 550 cast into the correct part.
     
  3. 74BIBELOT

    74BIBELOT Veteran Member

    It is an ""1182" crank and looks like has been turned to .010 but not sure.
    He wants 175.00.
     

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  4. zfool

    zfool Veteran Member

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  5. 74BIBELOT

    74BIBELOT Veteran Member

    Wow! Thank you for that list.
    Great info to keep me busy looking for correct parts.
    Also found this engine:
    4bolt main " hecho en México: 350, this block has the possibility to use right or left oil dipstick.
    It's a Goodwrench crate motor.
    Thanks again!!
     

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  6. Bandit723

    Bandit723 Veteran Member

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    1182 cranks are nice but if it were me i would pass on this one....
     
  7. budro6968

    budro6968 Veteran Member

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    x2 Plenty of fish.
     
  8. 74BIBELOT

    74BIBELOT Veteran Member

    More 1974 Camaro numbers/info:
    Valve cover, spark plug separator and pcv valve.
     

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  9. zfool

    zfool Veteran Member

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    The original PVC was a AC 775c with purple dye over the chrimate finish. They make replacements but the dyed parts were 74-75 only I believe for L-82 and Z28
     
  10. 74BIBELOT

    74BIBELOT Veteran Member

    IMG_6821.JPG IMG_6825.PNG IMG_6826.PNG Found this PVC valve and look like yours, not sure if it's the original one.
    Also found what I think is the original engine starter 1108430--3M17
    Is that correct for a TH 350, 02B car?
    Thanks!
     
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