While we previously had a separate CRG question submission form,
we now ask that you please ask your questions via the CRG Forum.
Access to the CRG Forum can be found via this
CRG Forum link or via the link on the
CRG home page. If you are not registered with the CRG Forum, you may
do so at the
In its first years, CRG regularly maintained this ASK CRG!
page, giving readers an opportunity to submit questions via
a web-based form. For a time, we tabulated the questions and
answers. However, when the CUS/CRG Forum was kicked-off, we
began to deemphasize on-line responses to ASK CRG!
Starting February 2000 we eliminated updates to the ASK CRG!
questions and answers, and starting Feburary 2005 we
eliminated the ASK CRG! question submission form; we now ask
that readers please direct questions to the CRG Forum.
However, you can still read the archives from the previously
asked questions, and CRG responses:
Before you ask your question on the CRG Forum, here are four
of our most frequently asked questions/answers:
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- Option Combinations. There are no known
production figures on option combinations. By this
we mean one option combined with another, such as a car with
both Rally Sport and Super Sport, or a L78 convertible with
a tape player and SS wheel covers. However, you can
view our RPO spreadsheet,
which might answer some of your questions about production
- Color Quantities. There are no known production
figures on specific Camaro colors. However, you can view
our table of Color Percentages
for each year, as determined from our vehicle database.
- Odd Code on LOS/VN Cowl Tags. The "odd" code on
the cowl tags of Camaros built at Los Angeles/Van Nuys is
the Fisher Body scheduling code. See the explanation for "field b"
under the cowl tag decoding section.
- Cowl Tag Style Doesn't Match VIN. If your cowl
tag style doesn't match your VIN, don't panic - they have two slightly
different meanings. See the explanation in the
cowl tag decoding section.