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Preparing for the ride to her new home (mine)
Hi there. Really enjoyed your photos, well done. Where are you at with this project? Great Texas find.
I am working on it slowly but surely. I hope to be able to drive it by spring of 2010. Next steps are finishing the rear end (new springs, u-bolts, shackles etc. and rear brakes.) then the tranny (TH350) will be rebuilt. At that point all my individual systems will have been rebuilt, or replaced (except A/C…that will be a vintage air system to come later). Then all I will have left is the body shell and the interior. I may look for a donor car, repair all the rust, or I have actually looked into the complete body shell replacement. We’ll just have to see which is more cost effective and balance that against the amount of work and aggrevation. We’ll cross that bridge when we get there. Thanks for checking it out
Awesome find! Can’t wait to see it’s progress. I had a few Camaros over the years, like the one you saw, but another one that I wish I would have hung on to was a ‘68 RS. Oh well, live & learn right? Down the road, I hope to buy versions of these cars again and do them right this time around & hang on to them.
That is one bad ass camaro. The motor looks damn good. This car is gonna be amazing when its done. Good luck with the build.
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