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Discussion in 'Swap Meet Section' started by DCL70, Jan 7, 2021.
For Sale: 3/4" Hex Lug wrench removed from a 1980 Camaro (VIN: 1P87KAN556927).
For Sale: NOS (New Old Stock), NORS (New Old Replacement Stock) Lug Wrench, GM # 14036400 for 1982 Camaro models as shown in my 1982 Camaro Parts Catalog and my 1982 Firebird Parts Catalog (both dated Dec. 1981) in Gr. 8.821 as well as for 1976-1981 A, B, F, H, X GM models as listed in Gr. 8.821 in my 1976-1981 Chevrolet Parts (Dec. 1983).
This lug wrench would be NOS for the 1982 Camaro & Firebird models and NORS for 1981 and older models.
NOTE: My 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, and 1981 Chevrolet Parts Catalogs (dated July 1973 thru June 1980) list GM # 326740 as the part number for the jack handle WRENCH (3/4" hex) for 73-75 ALL (exc. Pass.) and 76-81 ALL (exc. T) models in Gr. 8.821.
According to Chevrolet & GM Parts History GM # 326740 was replaced by GM # 474473 which was then replaced by GM # 14036400 sometime after 1981.
GM # 14036400 is also listed in my 1982-1990 ST Parts Catalog (Oct. 1990) in Gr. 8.821 for the following: 82 S1 and 83-90 ST1 small truck models and described as Wheel WRENCH (19MM). (NOTE: 19 MM = 0.75")
The lug wrench is in new condition. The measured dimensions of this 14036400 lug wrench are as follows: long section about 16", short section about 4 1/2", diagonal measures
17 3/4 " C/C, and interior angle measures about 100 degrees. There is a forged letter "O" on the lug head.
$15 for the NOS/NORS lug wrench plus shipping cost and PayPal fee (if applicable).
If interested send me a PM.
You have some amazing parts, keep em coming
Hello Dave do you still have this lug wrench? If you do I would like to buy it. Thank you Shawn
Yes, I still have the 1970 Monte Carlo lug wrench. I will send you a text.
For Sale: This is a N.O.R.S. (New Old Replacement Stock) Universal "adjustable" bumper jack shaft assembly.
OFF to eBay.
For Sale: Original 34" long "California" bumper jack column (made by the Walker Manufacturing Co.) with matching base as well as a 3/4" hex lug wrench. This jack column has the flat metal spring clip (see photo #4) like the 1969 & 1970 Camaro "California" jacks. The "California" or "Walker" jack columns made in 1971 or so and later years had a wire spring clip.
I bought this bumper jack with "square cross sectional" column & base along with a hook stamped 1969 Chevelle on eBay about 20 years ago. I sold the 69 Chevelle hook years ago. There is no 2-digit date code stamped at the top of the column. I have had several of these "California" bumper jacks in my collection over the past 30 years of varying lengths measuring about 32 1/2", 34", 34 1/2", and 36 1/2" while some were stamped with a date code and some were not. The columns measuring about 32 1/2" were issued to 1969 & 1970 Camaro models made in Van Nuys, California.
Even though this jack column measures 34" it will fit in the trunk brackets of a 1970 Camaro. The jacking mechanism on this column assembly was originally painted black. I cleaned this column assembly with my wire wheel to remove most of the old black paint and any surface rust that was on the column. There is no pitting from the surface rust on the column. The original 1969 & 1970 Camaro models were issued columns with the jacking mechanism painted gray, not black.
The jacking mechanism should be re-painted while the column should either be re-plated with Cadmium or it can be spray painted with a metallic paint used to restore alloy wheels to prevent rust.
This base is exactly the same as the 1969 & 1970 Camaro "California" base, if fact, there is still remnants of the original gray paint on the bottom side. The base does have some pitting in one small area on the bottom side as shown in photo #12 (lower left corner of the base). The base is generally in good restorable condition (needs media blasting and new paint).
The lug wrench is one that I had in my collection of about 75 lug wrenches that I have collected from various sources in the last 30 years. It is similar to original 1970 Camaro lug wrenches that I once owned. The measurements are as follows: about 17 1/4" on the long section, about 4 1/2" on the short section, a diagonal measurement of 20" (center of lug heat to center of "chisel" end), and a measured interior angle of about 116 degrees. There are no markings on the lug head.
$50 for the 34" long California" jack column with base and lug wrench as shown in the photos plus shipping and PayPal (if applicable).
If interested send me a PM. Dave
SOLD and shipped.
For Sale: Master Cylinder with casting numbers 5470409, 1 1/8, D63 (molding number), 254 (see photo # 8) on the side and stamped DD 6 269 with very small digits on the front port (see photo #2 and #12). The master cylinder was cast on the 254th day (Sept. 10th) and assembled on the 269th day of 1976 (Sept. 25, 1976). I would say that this master cylinder was issued to "early" 1977 Chevrolet models. My 1977 Chevrolet Parts Catalog (March 1977) lists GM # 18002063 as the service part number for the following models: 77 A,B,F,X w/P.B. ("F" = Camaro).
NOTE: GM # 18000996 was listed for the 76 A,B,F,X w/P.B. models.
This master cylinder does not have the two bleeders like the 1970 Camaro master cylinder. I removed the piston and cleaned the master cylinder but it should probably be media blasted, thoroughly cleaned, sleeved with a brass or stainless steel tube by a professional, and then insert a new piston kit. The cap is in good condition but should be re-plated to prevent rust. Some of the original "yellow" plating is still on the bottom side as shown in photo #4.
The master cylinder with the 5470409 casting number was used from 1970 to 1981 on Camaro models w/P.B. Apparently the service part numbers changed because of subtle changes to the master cylinder.
$20 for the master cylinder as shown in the photos plus shipping and PayPal (if applicable).
If interested send me a PM. Dave
For Sale: 1970 Camaro Front Header Panel, GM # 3962983.
For Sale: Original used 1970 Camaro, Chevelle, Nova 307 350 396 (without A.C.) 18" diameter 4-Blade FAN with curved tips stamped with the letter "H" (for Hayes-Albion, the manufacturer) on the back side of one of the blades (barely visible in photo #9 with the black circle around it at tip of rib). Based on my research the GM part number is 3947890. This part number is listed in my 1970 Camaro Assembly Manual (UPC 6, Sheet A6). I had 4 of these fans in my collection that I sold last year including one that was N.O.S. (New Old Stock). I cleaned off the surface rust with my wire wheel and sandpaper but there is still pitting from the rust. The fan is in useable condition but needs some work to fill the pitting primarily on the blade edges.
If interested, send me a PM.
$20 for the fan plus shipping and Paypal fee (if applicable).