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Old 12-01-2010, 08:38 PM   #1
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Default yal wanted to see my 68' Camaro, here it is.

all she needs is paint. good to go.
waiting on my uncle lol.
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sweet. whats under hood
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chevy 305. nothing too special. my parents wanted me to start out small and work uup.
i got a 350 keith black motor for it with roller rockers and a gear drive lol. too much. especially when i just wrecked my other car. but still very very fast lol
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When you get it all done, make sure you post some detailed photos. Would really like to see it when complete.
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like i said just needs the paint. and some interrior work. (headliner and doorpannels) and its finito. but yea will definitely show yal the finished pics. and get a pic of my moms 55' chevy pickup
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cool.. i'd love to have that even if it was just a shell. post up the upgrades!
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very nice car man. what color you going with?
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gloss black. we have welded up all the seams and little stupid trim holes. its gonna be sick.
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Nice ride JD. Nothing like a build it yourself project car/truck. I've done a couple truck's that I adventually sold. I regret selling both.
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Sweet. I had two early Camaros, a 67 and a 68SS, wish I still had the SS. The 305 is a good little motor, there are lots of parts available for SB Chevy engines, so you can slowly build it up, or throw the other motor in it.

Make sure to post pics when it's finished.
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