Where should I get my wiring harness from?

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Just curious if anyone has recomendations of where I should get a wiring harness

posted by  jimmypooh

At probably any auto part shop. You might have to order them, but i dont know

How old is the car?

posted by  Bubba

It's a 67 Camaro...do you know how much it will run me for the whole car and how long it will take?

posted by  jimmypooh

This would've helped a bit on post number 1 in this thread...

About $800.00 wholesale

...and about 8-10 weeks from this site...http://www.wiringharnessesfor67camaros.com
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posted by  BavarianWheels

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...or you could bid for it here:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=10076&ite m=7903113130&rd=1&ssPageName=WDVW
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posted by  BavarianWheels

Do yourself a favor and order a custom 18-circuit wire harness for your car from Painless Wiring....

from jeg's high performance catalog...

Painless Performance Products
'67-68 Camaro/Firebird, part no.-764-20101, $345.99 +s&h

description:
"Includes everything that comes in the universal harness kits, but are specific to the particular vehicle. Just route it, terminate where necessary and plug it in. It's that easy." -lifetime warranty

sounds good to me....all you have to do is crimp your teminals on and you're good to go.....half the price of other places and less wait.

you can visit jeg's website if you want and search for it by part no, pretty easy......hope this whole post doesn't get edited for "advertising"...just tryin to help a guy out :mrgreen:

-Don

posted by  Sick88Tbird

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