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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old Apr 20th, 19, 10:23 AM Thread Starter
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1967 California Emissions ?

I recently purchased a 1967 Camaro Rs 327 with California emissions, Powerglide. Built in Van Nuys CA
This car is pretty original but i'm not sure about the carburetor.? Currently has a Rochester 4 barrel
It does look to have the original style carb linkage. The Carb is California Emissions Carb ( has large port in back of base plate still hooked to mixture control valve.)
The engine block stamp is MF (210 hp with 2 Barrel)
I did Not get the correct air cleaner assembly when i purchased car.
What i am looking for is any documentation about California emissions.
I have ordered the assembly manuals and service manuals but not sure if they have a separate manual for California emissions?
I am looking to put it back to original as possible.
Also info about the valve covers that are used on California emissions car.

thanks in advance for any info shared or any direction for me to move forward with.
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Re: 1967 California Emissions ?

What's the part number and date code on the carb? The L30 327 had the 4 barrel. A picture of the trim tag may also help.

SBC valve covers were the same in 67, whether emissions or not (no vent or fill holes). The venting was through the vent tube at the top rear of the engine. You want to look at UPCs K19 and K24 in the AIM for specific detail.

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CRG Research Report - 1967-69 Emission Systems
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Re: 1967 California Emissions ?

The fuel line from fuel pump to carb is wrong route as line would have hugged the valve cover then been underneath emission hoses to inlet.

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What's the part number and date code on the carb? The L30 327 had the 4 barrel. A picture of the trim tag may also help.

SBC valve covers were the same in 67, whether emissions or not (no vent or fill holes). The venting was through the vent tube at the top rear of the engine. You want to look at UPCs K19 and K24 in the AIM for specific detail.

CRG site info:

CRG Research Report - 1967-1969 Camaro Carburetors

CRG Research Report - 1967-69 Emission Systems
I don't have the carb # or trim tag right now. I will get them and post them up. It probably won't be till Wednesday.
Thanks for your help.
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The fuel line from fuel pump to carb is wrong route as line would have hugged the valve cover then been underneath emission hoses to inlet.
Ok thanks. It didn't look like it was correct. Do you know any companies that make an original Style pre bent line. Or any 1 that has NOS line?
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Ok thanks. It didn't look like it was correct. Do you know any companies that make an original Style pre bent line. Or any 1 that has NOS line?

Looks like the pump to carb line is available repop, probably most vendors carry them. Here's their 327 210 HP 2-barrel version if you go back to the correct carb. I doubt you can easily find one NOS.

https://www.rickscamaros.com/camaro-...5-16-1967.html
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Re: 1967 California Emissions ?

ebay.com/itm/NOS-Fuel-Line-Rochester-2-BBL-Chevelle-Nova-C10-Chevy-GM-Camaro-Impala-283-327/283446439851


Looks like this seller may have the NOS fuel line. I say "may" cause he says it also fits 283's, so who knows.

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Here is picture of trim tag.
I was not able to locate a carb #
Nothing stamped on float bowl or an aluminum tag.

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Re: 1967 California Emissions ?

I can see some of the number stamped on the round aluminum tag on the drivers side of the carb just behind the throttle linkage above where the idle screw is. DH looks to be the letter code on the stamp, and the long number starts with a 703, but you should be able to read it better with a magnifying glass than I can in the photo.

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Re: 1967 California Emissions ?

Looks like a faint 703---- on the tag/disc. Someone may have plucked an intake, carb, and linkage off a boneyard L30 or L48 and transplanted to your car. It may be worth checking with the seller to see if they have any forgotten take-offs buried in their garage. If you're staying factory original, the 67 A.I.R air filter housings with the bottom tubes can be a bit hard to find, and they are specific to LF7 versus L30 versus L48. You'll definitely want to decide whether keeping the 4 bbl or putting back to original, before buying a replacement. The 67 AIM UPC K19, K24, and possibly M35 (trans linkage rod) sections should show you what's needed to make it factory correct.
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Re: 1967 California Emissions ?

Camaros.org shows the DH carb to be 7037202 early or 7037212 mid year, for what it's worth, used on a 327/275 or 350/295 horsepower application with a smog pump (a.i.r.) and powerglide transmission.

camaros.org/rochester carb usage

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Re: 1967 California Emissions ?

By chance, does it have "double hump" heads ?
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Re: 1967 California Emissions ?

You say the block is an original 210 2bbl and you want to go back to as close to
original as possible. Everyone seems to be asking questions related to the 4bbl carb
on it now. Are you keeping the 4bbl or going back to the original 2bbl ? I have a new
pump to carb line for both the 2bbl and the 4bbl. Right Stuff Detailing.
#FPC6705 and #FPC6703. Send me a PM if interested. I may be able to help with
a 2bbl carb and intake also.

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Re: 1967 California Emissions ?

Ok after better look at what i have.

Heads cast # 3876775 75cc 1.720 - 1.50 valves
Intake cast # 3905393 1967 275hp
carb# 7037202

Block stamp VII22MF.

So I am guessing everything seems to be original 210 hp expect the Intake and Carb . But those seem to be period correct.

I think i will be leaving the 4 barrel on for now, but at some point i would like to find the original 2 barrel intake and original carb and air cleaner that it would have came with.

So what are the chances of finding a air cleaner for the 4 barrel that is on car now.
The air cleaner i have is not right . the 1 that is on car now has a 1" plastic riser between carb and air cleaner. The lower housing has been riped apart by previous owner i would guess.
I cant find any stamping #s in it .
The upper cover ,covers up the carb so it doesnt get any air .
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