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I am starting a ZL1 Camaro build and trying to do it as correct as possible. I have some parts like a rebuilt set of 074 heads and an M22 trans etc. Engine part number are not difficult to find but I am looking to find what the rest of the car came with. I assume they are basically X66 SS396 platforms with the ZL1 drivetrain correct? Also, is there a good place to find correct paint codes for each part like what percentage of gloss was used in the satin black for certain parts etc?
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I assume they are basically X66 SS396 platforms with the ZL1 drivetrain correct?
Yes, it could be said they were configured similarly to a Camaro SS396. The initial group of 50 cars had only the optional equipment mandated by Chevrolet:

power front disc brakes
F70 x 14 RWL tires
4-speed or TH400 automatic transmission.

As they did not have optional trim, they had X44 tags.

The other 19 cars had additional optional equipment. A few had optional trim and X11 tags.

http://www.camaros.org/copo.shtml
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Do a search on this site for paint colors by part, it is there , or buy the Bible for Camaro judging
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Do a search on this site for paint colors by part, it is there , or buy the Bible for Camaro judging
I will look for the Bible. Thanks.
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Yes, it could be said they were configured similarly to a Camaro SS396. The initial group of 50 cars had only the optional equipment mandated by Chevrolet:

power front disc brakes
F70 x 14 RWL tires
4-speed or TH400 automatic transmission.

As they did not have optional trim, they had X44 tags.

The other 19 cars had additional optional equipment. A few had optional trim and X11 tags.

http://www.camaros.org/copo.shtml
Thanks for the info. I want to replicate car #60 due to it being a Fathom Green, M22 and D80 car.
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