z28.? and LOS

Discussion in 'Camaro Questions' started by 69rsx33, Feb 3, 2008.

  1. 69rsx33

    69rsx33 New Member

    Dec 29, 2007

    What do the two numbers following the decimal point after Z28 on a 1970 trim tag mean? I have seen z28.18 and z28.19 and z28.10.

    Second Question:

    I looked in Chev. By The Numbers and did not see the manufacturing plant listed for the LOS abbreviation on a certain Camaro trim tag that I am looking at. I know that in 69 Camaros were made in Van Nuys CA and the tim tags either had LOS or VN on them for that plant. I dont know why Alan Colvin does not have LOS listed as a CA plant in his book. The Camaro I am looking at is a good original piece. The trim tag is original---I think it is original.

    Does anyone else out there have a 1970 Camaro with a LOS on their trim tag?

  2. old zeder

    old zeder Veteran Member

    Feb 21, 2007
    Guelph Ont. Canada
    My 71 only has the " L " on the cowl tag
  3. GREGS396

    GREGS396 Veteran Member

    Oct 16, 1999
    allentown pa
    The numbers following the Z28 code indicate the color of the stripes on the car. I forget which one stands for black or white, and I have never seen any with the .18 code only the .10 and .19. The 2nd gen cars built at Van Nuys used the "L" code as opposed to the Norwood cars with the "N" in their VIN.
  4. al8apex

    al8apex Veteran Member

    Mar 11, 2005
    scottsdale, az
  5. 69rsx33

    69rsx33 New Member

    Dec 29, 2007
  6. m pozzi

    m pozzi Moderator Staff Member

    My '68 SS was built in Van Nuys, CA (LOS stamping) but both of my early second-gens were Norwood, OH built cars.

    Mary Pozzi

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