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Discussion in 'Original Drivetrain Topic' started by 6970Z28SS, Feb 3, 2018.
What are the correct head markings for a 70 camaro hood hinge to fender and hood bolts?
I'm fairly annual about what grade of bolt I'm using but head stamp, no. I guess your building a very correct 70 Camaro?
Not sure if the 70-73 bolts are marked the same but my 73 has the originals from hinge to hood , I'll snap a pic for ya tomorrow, i just miss placed the ones that go from hinge to fender, can't find what the hell i did with them and it's driving my crazy . Can't stand having mis matched bolts in my cars
If you can't find them, I probably have them.
mine 70 z28 has anchor marking to the hood hinge and small circle vertical line in the bolt to fender to hood hinge built in norwood.
I might have to come down and dig thru your boxes again. Pisses me off they were here a couple months ago, im sure I'll find them after i get another set
For me, if there's more than one place for anything, it's lost. I'm starting to understand why my dad had outlines on pegboard where his tools went. I know where everyone of my tools are, but anything else, not so much. That's a guarantee you'll find them if you replace them.
looks like mine are the same
If you want to buy new, they are available at AMK here for the hinge to fender (item B-11950, GM Part number from AIM 9428609) and for the hinge to hood (item B-10835, GM part number from AIM 9419301):
Dave, May we assume the above AIM part numbers are the ORIGINAL part numbers
OR superceded correct part numbers ....
I have a very significant collection of original fasteners that Ive had replated,
and sorted into boxes/bins for future use.....but I dont have anything labeled.
I do have another collection of plastic baggies where I did save original unrestored
take off fasteners and label what/where they came from
Dave, I want to say how much I enjoy reading contributions like yours at nastyZ28. There are so very very few of us that appreciate "restoration" & originality