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Old 06-19-2019, 02:48 PM
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I remember the Calgary trip well and I remember when we met. That was a wonderful trip.
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Lloyd, you should get Al Grenning (CCAS) to authenticate the pad, he is the leading authority on Corvette engine pads .
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Strongly believe that is a restamp. Need better photos to determine.
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Strongly believe that is a restamp. Need better photos to determine.
----I am in agreement with your statement....Bill S
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Thanks for all the input, I was fortunate that a member shared with me a good photo of same date stamping. I now have what I need for reference.
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Canadian docs show options in '67? Can you post a picture of them?
Yes they do. If I purchase the car I will post the GM Canada doc. As the document is not (yet) mine to post it will have to wait.
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Al will only authenticate a cylinder case for the owner of the car. He does not conduct pre purchase inspections
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Al isn't inexpensive either & you pay the same $$ if he says thumbs up or thumbs down. It's worth it if he says thumbs up though!
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I believe I have the most extensive data in existence on 1967 Canadian delivered L71s and have 106112 in my files, including engine history, etc. It was delivered by Gorries Downtown Chev-Olds in Toronto.
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Old 06-20-2019, 05:28 PM
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Al isn't inexpensive either & you pay the same $$ if he says thumbs up or thumbs down. It's worth it if he says thumbs up though!
That’s not exactly true. Yes Al is costly but he’s the expert. In terms of cost - he only keeps your money if he affirms the component. A service fee of $75 is assessed if a component is deemed OEM or not but the affirmation check is returned if non OEM is found.

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