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Drivetrain Decode Options Underhood Chassis 1969 Model ID

1967 Camaro Visual ID HyperTable

© 1998-2011, Camaro Research Group
Edited by and Kurt Sonen.
Version: Tuesday, 27-Sep-2011 22:49:20 EDT

Items not available from the factory on any 1967 model included:
Items provided by the factory with every 1967 model included:
Items available from the factory on any 1967 model included:
Items not required from the factory for any 1967 model included:

A complete listing of engine codes are also shown on the Drivetrain Decoding page.

Note on right/left directions: as is customary, all directions are referenced to the seated position of the driver.

1967 Camaro V8 Visible Differences
  LF7 L30 SS
L48
Z28 SS
L35
SS
L78
Body Style coupe,
convertible
coupe,
convertible
coupe,
convertible
coupe only coupe,
convertible
coupe,
convertible
VIN Style Code 12437
or
12467
12437
or
12467
12437
or
12467
12437 12437
or
12467
12437
or
12467
Cowl Tag                   
     Fisher option code
-- 2L 4P
(L30/M20)
4P 4L 4N 4K
Engine Details xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx
engine type 327/210HP
(LF7)
327/275HP
(L30)
350/295HP
(L48)
302/290HP
(Z28)
396/325HP
(L35)
396/375HP
(L78)
engine code:   1
M/T 
M/T w/ A.I.R.
A/T 
A/T w/ A.I.R.

MA
MB
ME
MF

MK
ML
MM
MN

MS
MT
MU
MV

MO
MP
--
--

MW
MX
MY
MZ

MQ
MR
--
--
partial VIN 7Lxxxxxx or 7Nxxxxxx,
where the x's are the serial number portion of the VIN, stamped on the engine pad
block casting 3892657
or
3903352
3892657 3892657 3902406
or
3916323
block dates
  • Block casting date must always be before engine assembly date.
  • Block casting date usually very close to engine assembly date.
  • Engine assembly date must always be before vehicle (not body) assembly date.
  • Engine assembly date almost always is before the Fisher Body cowl tag date. In the unusual case it is later, it should be within a week of the body.
  • Engine assembly date most often less than 30 days before vehicle build.
  • Engine assembly date less often 30-90 days before vehicle build.
  • Odd exceptions of older blocks can occur.
engine mounting small-block
type
small-block
type
small-block
type
small-block
type
big-block type big-block type
Carburetor DualJet QuadraJet QuadraJet Holley QuadraJet Holley
Radiator 2 21-inch
2-row core
21-inch
2-row core
21-inch
2-row core
21-inch
3-row core
23-inch
3-row core
23-inch
3-row core
Cooling Fan 3 fixed fixed fixed clutched fixed clutched
Pulleys 4 base base base deep base deep
Optional Tachometer 5 5K/7K 5K/7K 5.5K/7K 6K/7K 5.5K/7K 6K/7K
Heater Box
Connections 6
end of cover end of cover end of cover end of cover middle of cover middle of cover
Optional A/C Box small-block type small-block type small-block
type
N/A N/A N/A
Transmissions All manual transmissions were floor-shift except M15. Floor shift was optional for M15.
All automatic transmissions were column-shift, unless the D55 console was ordered.
3-speed 
4-speed 
automatic 
M15
M20
M35
M15
M20
M35
M15, M13
M20
M35
--
M21
--
M13
M20
M40
M13
M21
--
Transmission
Crossmember
L6 / SB type L6 / SB type L6 / SB type L6 / SB type BB type BB type
Speedometer Cable
Firewall Penetration
left of
steering column
left of
steering column
right (M20)
or
left (M15, M13, M35)
of steering column
right of
steering column
right (M20)
or
left (M13, M40)
of steering column
right (M21)
or
left (M13)
of steering column
Cruise Control opt with M35 opt with M35 opt with M35 no opt with M40 no
Rear Axle 10-bolt 7 (M15 & M35) - 10-bolt 7
(M20) - 10-bolt 7
(thru mid/late Feb)
12-bolt (remainder
of model year)
12-bolt 12-bolt 12-bolt 12-bolt
Rear Springs monoleaf monoleaf monoleaf monoleaf monoleaf monoleaf
Radius Rod no (M15 & M35) - no
(M20) - starting
mid/late Feb 67
starting
late Dec 66
yes yes yes
Front Sway Bar 11/16 inch 11/16 inch 11/16 inch 11/16 inch 11/16 inch 11/16 inch
Front brakes drum
or
opt disc
drum
or
opt disc
drum
or
opt disc
power disc only drum
or
opt disc
drum
or
opt disc
Rear brake line
regulator valve
A/C only A/C only A/C only varied yes yes
Exhaust System single 2-1/2"
or
opt dual 2-inch
single 2-1/2"
or
opt dual 2-inch
dual 2-inch dual 2-1/4-inch dual 2-1/4-inch dual 2-1/4-inch
Emblems 8 327 327 SS 350 base without
engine size
SS 396 SS 396
Paint/Stripe 9 none
(opt D91)
none
(opt D91)
D91 stripe rally stripes D91 stripe and
blacked-out tail
D91 stripe and
blacked-out tail
Hood flat flat SS (finned-type) flat SS (finned-type) SS (finned-type)
Hood Insulation optional (Z87) optional (Z87) yes optional (Z87) yes yes
Wheel Size 14x5 std
14x6 opt
14x5 std
14x6 opt
14x6 15x6 14x6 14x6
Tire Series 7.35x14 BW std
7.35x14 WS opt
D70x14 RL opt
7.35x14 BW std
7.35x14 WS opt
D70x14 RL opt
D70x14 RL std
7.35x14 WS opt
7.35x15 RL D70x14 RL std
7.35x14 WS opt
D70x14 RL std
7.35x14 WS opt
Wheels/Covers
base hubcaps
full wheel covers
rally wheels
std
opt
w/ disc brakes
std
opt
w/ disc brakes
std
opt
w/ disc brakes
-
-
included
std
opt
w/ disc brakes
std
opt
w/ disc brakes
  LF7 L30 SS
L48
Z28 SS
L35
SS
L78

Footnotes:

  1. "M/T" is manual transmission. "A/T" is automatic transmission. A.I.R is the emissions control system, a.k.a smog pump.
  2. HD and A/C radiators for LF7 were 21-inch, 3-row core models. HD and A/C radiators for L30 and SS350 were 23-inch, 3-row core models. SS396 and Z28 had no HD radiator option.
  3. The clutched cooling fans was included as part of the A/C system. The clutched fan was also optionally available as RPO K02.
  4. Solid lifter cars have deep groove pulleys to retain the accessory belts at high rpms.
  5. Some variation in tachometer redline versus engine have been observed, perhaps due to factory shortages, errors, or both. For example, some L48s have been seen with the 5K/7K tach; an L35 has been confirmed with a 6K/7K tach. The values shown are the norm but, by themselves, are not reliable indicators of a model.
  6. No heater box was installed if heater delete was ordered.
  7. In 1967, if positraction was ordered in a little-used axle ratio, 12-bolt positraction axles were installed in vehicles that otherwise would have received a 10-bolt axle. CRG believes that this was done simply to reduce axle inventory at the factory. This practice only applies to 1967 Camaro, but included all models, even 6-cylinders.
  8. The early "SS-350" emblems were changed to "SS" upon the introduction of the SS-396. The distinction between the two models was made via the engine size emblem and the blacked-out tailpan applied to the SS-396 cars.
  9. The D91 stripe became optional on non-SS cars mid-year 1967.

 



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