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'64-66 283-327 air cleaner maintenance instruction label


Todd has given me his blessing to post this ad. 

Because I could not find a reproduction stencil or label for the air cleaner maintenance instructions on my '64 Laurentian, I had a local print shop reproduce it onto an adhesive, clear, high temperature label with white lettering.  I had to buy a minimum quantity, so I would like to sell the extras to recoup some of the considerable cost of making these labels.  The price per label is $20.00CDN plus postage.  I have attached a photo of the label on it's backing and another of the label installed on the air cleaner on my car.   Please private message me if you are interested. Thanks.

Dwight

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-- Edited by 64laurentian on Saturday 3rd of February 2018 08:51:47 AM

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Awesome,  thats the best one i have seen so far

I will take 2

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4 please



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I'll take one ... PM sent.

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Slightly different than the original on my 65 CS. Which is a 2 bbl.

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Would there be a difference between 2bbl and 4bbl? 

Pictures aren't the best but wording, especially on the right side on mine, mentions " engine equipped with positive crankcase ventillation " and the replacement number has 1 extra digit.

Having said all that I will commit to one for my 64 SD which is a 4bbl.

Thanks for doing this, Ted



-- Edited by norontcan on Friday 2nd of February 2018 03:49:13 PM

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It is interesting to note that the Canadian air cleaners for those specific applications were not like the Chevrolet "inverted pot" air cleaners, they were like the Pontiac type with the removable lid.

As for the decals, nice work Dwight! Get 'em while you can!



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I'll take one as well. PM me with next steps whenever you are able.
Thx

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CdnGMfan wrote:

It is interesting to note that the Canadian air cleaners for those specific applications were not like the Chevrolet "inverted pot" air cleaners, they were like the Pontiac type with the removable lid.

As for the decals, nice work Dwight! Get 'em while you can!


 The small block V8 Canadian production Chevrolets had the same air cleaner as the Canadian Pontiacs.  I believe some or all of the 409's had the same inverted air cleaner as U.S. production Chevs.  It is odd that GM Canada specified a different style air cleaner than U.S. production.  I'm not sure if it was McKinnon Industries or Donaldson who made the air cleaners for GM Canada in that era.



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