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Old 04-27-2019, 07:08 PM   #1
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Heat stove pipe to air cleaner on a '69?

Did first year Blazers with a 350 4V have the exhaust manifold shielding and a stove pipe to the air cleaner? I know my 70 K10 and my '71 Blazer did, but I am not sure if '69 did. Can't find any Chevy engine brochure that show the engine.
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Old 04-28-2019, 10:28 AM   #2
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Re: Heat stove pipe to air cleaner on a '69?

I briefly looked also for some literature, but found nothing.
I did find a 69 from a Barrett auction that claimed only 73k and shows stove pipe?
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Re: Heat stove pipe to air cleaner on a '69?

Been working on this on the truck side: http://67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard/s...49#post8533449

Don't know the definitive answer...but it's likely "some did". Here are two relatively honest looking 69 Blazers, a 307 and a 350. The 307 was very late in the model year. Sold new in August of 69. Built in St. Louis. I have a suspicion that the burgundy one was built in St. Louis too. Neither have a heat stove air cleaner assembly.
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Old 06-19-2019, 03:58 PM   #4
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Re: Heat stove pipe to air cleaner on a '69?

Brochures of 1969 Chevy truck
http://www.tocmp.com/brochures/GMTru...ler-03_jpg.htm
see page 4

http://www.tocmp.com/brochures/GMTru...ban-05_jpg.htm

see page 9

Neither page show a stove pipe
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Re: Heat stove pipe to air cleaner on a '69?

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Brochures of 1969 Chevy truck
http://www.tocmp.com/brochures/GMTru...ler-03_jpg.htm
see page 4

http://www.tocmp.com/brochures/GMTru...ban-05_jpg.htm

see page 9

Neither page show a stove pipe
Thanks for posting. I had noticed that too. I tend to consider it circumstantial evidence though. I figure that graphic art stuff is done in advance and often images are re-worked versions of older media. Anecdotally, almost all of the examples I've found have been non heat stove. However my brother found this 69 CST today that I would generally consider original and fairly complete and it had non AIR exhaust manifolds and a heat stove breather. Don't know the VIN so no idea about assembly plant or relative time of production. FWIW...
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