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  1. #1
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    1968 Camaro Assembly/Build Manual (Parts Location, Diagrams, Pics, etc...)

    HI Guys,

    I'm looking for a couple books that given detailed descriptions of 1968 camaros... Especially showing where particual parts go and how they attached... Diagrams of assembly, etc...

    Thanks,
    TIM
    '68 Camaro SS 383+D1SC, Orion Silver (Dyno #'s Soon!)
    '95 Camaro Z28 383 LT1 (405 RWHP/428 RWTQ, SAE - DynoJet)
    '99 Corvette LS1

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    Call up any of the restoration suppliers (Rick's First Generation, Classic Industries, D&R, etc.) and order a copy of the 1968 Assembly Instruction Manual and the Body by Fisher chassis manual. They will become your best source for correct assembly and adjustment proceedures.
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    Tim, if you need something right away, I may be able to scan a page and email it to you.

    PM me if you want.....
    Bill
    68rs mini-tubbed,subframe connectors, 335's on Fontanas

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    Thanks Carl and Bill...

    Carl, I'll definitly take your advise and pick up the assembly manuals you've referenced...sounds like my saviour in paper form...

    Bill, thanks for the kind jesture...I'm beginning to put things back together and just wanted to have a great guide for the process... nothing urgent... Thanks for the offer...

    Hope you all have a very Happy New Year...

    TIM

    '68 Camaro SS 383+D1SC, Orion Silver (Dyno #'s Soon!)
    '95 Camaro Z28 383 LT1 (405 RWHP/428 RWTQ, SAE - DynoJet)
    '99 Corvette LS1

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    Search on E-bay, sometimes they're selling manuals there cheap. Or check out Amazon.com, sometimes someone is selling a good used manual.