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Default Unknown clips on 1969 Camaro

A guy I'm working with on his 1969 Z/28 that had these clips on the pass frame rail between the rearend axle snubber & the rear exh hanger. Anybody know what they could be? Thank you, Joe
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I'm not a '69 guy so no clue if they're OEM or not, but the red ones remind me of the clips provided with air shocks to secure the plastic airline to the frame.
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A guy I'm working with on his 1969 Z/28 that had these clips on the pass frame rail between the rearend axle snubber & the rear exh hanger. Anybody know what they could be? Thank you, Joe

The 1 on the right looks like the retainer that holds the RS hoses on front of rad support down low, the other 2 allmost look like air shock line generic clips
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I was thinking the same thing on the red ones. The other I've seen on battery cable to fender well on a 69 396. thank you both, Joe
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Also used in 1967 to attach the washer bottle hose to the wiring harness.
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My 69 Z28 had the black one supporting the wiring harness on the radiator support drivers side. I removed it prior to painting the car and it appeared that it was factory installed.
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I'm not a '69 guy so no clue if they're OEM or not, but the red ones remind me of the clips provided with air shocks to secure the plastic airline to the frame.
^^^ This, air shock line retainers.
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Also used in 1967 to attach the washer bottle hose to the wiring harness.
^^ Ditto for '67 Chevelle as well, the black one.
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