: Ragtop owners step on in!!
Mar 21st, 04, 01:15 PM
Let's show Al some appreciation for making the Convertible forum active for posting!! Tell us what you got!! I'll start, check my sig below... '69 RS rag with SS trim...
Thanks Al!! graemlins/beers.gif
Mar 21st, 04, 01:24 PM
Although the 'nick' might clue everyone in...for those who need a hint... I have a '69 Z11 pace car, and two 'needs full restoration' rag top '69s.
As DJD said, lets get some good convertible discussions going here...
Thanks Al for adding this section...!!!
Mar 21st, 04, 03:03 PM
Let me be the 2nd to say thanks to the ragtop section. I love ragtops. graemlins/hurray.gif
Mar 21st, 04, 03:25 PM
Originally posted by ragtopman:
Let me be the 2nd to say thanks to the ragtop section. I love ragtops. graemlins/hurray.gif You would be the third actually... tongue.gif graemlins/thumbsup.gif
Mar 21st, 04, 03:34 PM
We have a ragtop also but it is not a 1st gen. Ours is a 4th gen all original 30th anniversary edition......wife won't let me add any performance stuff or extras to it. We bought it a year ago and it had 68,000 miles on it. Last Oct we took it on a trip to Tucson and back and had a blast! Check out the links in my sig for pics and info.
Mar 21st, 04, 03:42 PM
I've got a Z-11 pace car and my wife has a '68 SS-396 convertible.
Mar 21st, 04, 03:51 PM
I have a 68 RS Ragtop. Has original 327 block now sporting 383 cubic inches. Includes AFR 195 heads, LSM solid Roller cam, CFS Holley, MSD Ignition system and Stahl headers. Engine backed by Turbo 350, ATI stall converter and 9" Ford (sorry). Car is Torch red, w/ white power top and custom black houdstooth interior w/ pearl parchment. Also has DSE tubular Upper A-Arms and Global West tubular lower with QA-1 coilovers. Rear end has DSE 2" dropped springs and QA-1 rear shocks. Car is a blast to drive and I always get thumbs up. People really love the 1st Gen Rag tops. My wife loves the car. The kids really love it.
Mar 21st, 04, 04:04 PM
We have 68 RS, 327 - powerglide. L2 - teal blue with black power top and 719 blue interior. the old girl is getting a face lift this winter,so we found this site a fews months ago, and have really enjoyed all the comments, tech tips and discussions. We decided not to add stripes or a new hood or SS conversion but we are adding front Disc brakes so she will still be pretty plain jayne.
My son in law says the car web site will be up in about a month, so stay tuned.
thanks for the ragtop vine. .
Mar 21st, 04, 04:11 PM
Im so glad its back again.
Mar 21st, 04, 05:24 PM
Mine's a 68... original 327-275 w/dressups, hookers, flowmaster exhaust. was a powerslide, now a muncie. rebuilt suspension w/guldstrand mod & hotchkiss swaybar, 16x7 & 17x8 Cragar SS & Eagle F1's on order, along with a 3rd gen steering box. OH yeah, and a 600 watt stereo that I can hear with the top down. I'll post a pic next week when the new rubbers on.
Mar 22nd, 04, 01:37 AM
Sig has the main points. Currently finishing all GW front bushings and coil springs, Bilstein shocks, C4 13" manual brake setup. Had an 8 pt S&W cage put in along with their cross member and welded SFC's. What a difference.
Mar 22nd, 04, 03:46 AM
Yes, thanks to all for jumping in on this new section. My convertible has been in the project stage since 1980! Still mostly a pile of parts in the garage, but really looking forward to getting it back together over the next few years (a wife-approved project now!!). It is a '69 RS, Lemans blue, white top, std. black interior that was really thrashed when I found it. Will someday see the street with a 350, M-20, 12 bolt, power windows, tilt, and full guages. Long way to go, though.
Mar 22nd, 04, 04:16 AM
69 LM1 Ragtop
67 L30\M20 Ragtop (In progress)
Mar 22nd, 04, 04:49 AM
Mine's a '67 RS/SS project. She's been in the garage acting as my wifes extra storage area for the last two years. I got real serious about working on her three months ago and I'm hoping to have her on the road by September. At least I'll have a couple months of 'top-down' weather this year!
Mar 22nd, 04, 05:35 AM
Nice to have a place to call home graemlins/hurray.gif
1968 Convert. 2nd owner. 350/350 (powerglide is 'under bench'), non-original posi, factory tilt, factory 4-piston Power Disc. (in a box, got tired of leaks - single piston installed for street use), power top, cruise, speed warning. Originally Butternut Yellow (Y 2)/black stripes with black custom (714) interior.
Car is now original owners "wifes idea" 'Red' - and as fugly as sin, white stipes.
Car was born in L.A. (so was I) and raised in Palm Springs (I honeymooned there - the first time :D ), so it doesn't know much about rain, snow or trees... or other things that cause 'metal munge'.
Bought the car (to go with my coupe) in late 80's for a price that seems unreal today - under $6K. It's been stored most of the time and only driven locally - started a complete "do over" about a year ago (brakes, suspension & etc...) and got diverted to a project truck for my son. Sons project will be done by summer so I hope to get going on the paint stripping by then.
With the value of my 'Tech Stocks' being what it is - this 'Rag' is rapidly becoming my 401K...
Mar 22nd, 04, 07:46 AM
I have a 69 rustbucket that I'm slooowly bringing back from a terminal case of neglect.
Mar 22nd, 04, 08:40 AM
Wow, this is cool, a home for us ragtop pilots!
My car is an original California car, and still flies the original black plates.
I bought it from a guy who simply ran out of enthusiasm, time and money for the project. It had all new black interior, front suspension work (mostly stock), new red paint and new black top w/ glass window. It had a 70's 350 motor and TH350, both turned out to be junk!
So now it has a new 385 fastburn GMPP crate motor with the H.O.T. cam and 1.6 roller rockers, (430 h.p.), new B&M street/strip th350, power disc brakes, GW subframe connectors, multileaf rear springs, console gauges and tic-toc-tach, new CD stereo/amp/speakers, Edelbrock AIS shocks, cocktail shakers, new 2.5" dual exhaust w/ turbo mufflers, on and on...
Its an ongoing project as well as my main driver.
Thanks for the space guys!
Mar 22nd, 04, 09:24 AM
Thanks Al! graemlins/beers.gif
A place for us drop tops to hang out!
Mar 22nd, 04, 09:25 AM
Mine is a 69 base convert with a motor that is essentially a ZZ430 bored and stroked to 383. Hot cam, 1.6 GMPP rollers, "cleaned up" Fast Burn heads, 650 DP, a TH200-4R and 3.73 8.2 posi. Factory Hugger Orange. All sheetmetal replaced in 88-89 with genuine GM stuff EXCEPT the deck lid which is repro.
[ 03-24-2004, 05:34 PM: Message edited by: BPOS ]
Mar 22nd, 04, 11:56 AM
Thanks Al for this forum, and for the best Camaro site in general. graemlins/thumbsup.gif
In 1998 I started with a 67 RS/SS 350 4 speed car. Nothing real special as far as condition was concerned, other than a rustfree floor.
I went with a ZZ4 crate, Richmond 6 speed, Currie 3.73 12 bolt, Martz road race subframe, Wilwood brakes around, Borla stainless exhaust, and custom aluminum driveshaft.
That lasted about 400 miles and I kept hearing about the ZZ430 upgrade, did that, and it was a huge improvement in performance.
Also added the power window kit from Summit (Electric life), all new glass/weather strips/stainless trim etc.
I wish it sat lower, but at this point I'm using full length headers, and only have about 4" of clearance as it is.
Body/paint and interior tweaks are underway now.
(More pics at sig link)
[ 03-22-2004, 03:13 PM: Message edited by: ZZ430DropTop67RS ]
Mar 22nd, 04, 01:12 PM
When I sold my first car, a '68 coupe, to help put me through college, I promised myself I'd get another....
13 years later in '99 I went to my wife on my knees and told her I wanted to sell the Honda Accord and get a droptop Camaro and a beater for the winter. She got on board! I wanted a V8, 4-speed ragtop, but found everything beyond my price range. Then I realized that many 3-speed cars could be had much cheaper. So I stumbled across one with the original drivetrain freshly rebuilt, with new front end sheet metal, rebuilt suspension, decent paint, new interior and POP as well.
Found it in Fargo, ND and my dad and I flew in, picked it apart for 2 hours, made the deal, and drove it home 14 hours straight in a non-stop, driving rainstorm. Did you know convertibles can leak?! Trip was like Thelma and Louise, except for a happy ending and testosterone! We were so excited we accidentally stole a tank of gas during one of the many fill-ups. An hour or so after filling up I lean over and say, "Oh, by the way Dad, thanks for getting this tank". He looks at me with a blank stare and says, "I didn't get this tank. I thought you did...". We tried to figure out where we were but it was over and done with by then. We laugh hard about it to this day.
Following year I added 492 heads, headers, Holley carb and gauges (motor was rebuilt with HE268 cam). After a fire mishap (don't let me set your float levels), I added a cowl hood, subframe connectors, bigger sway bar and the missing rear shakers.
Last year I sprung for a date-correct (what the hell) Muncie 4-speed and dumped the rear spoiler. This year I'm going to add shoulder belts all the way around thanks to the guidance of KevinW, convertible shoulder belt master! Gotta keep the goofy kids safe.
LOVE THIS SITE.
Mar 22nd, 04, 01:55 PM
Well it is about @$%$#^%$ time!
I've been keeping my eye on the 11 archived posts ever since discovering this forum!!
Mar 22nd, 04, 02:24 PM
I bought my wife a 68 350 S/S automatic, lemans blue with black top. Thanks for the rag top section. Jack
Mar 22nd, 04, 05:25 PM
I have a 67 convertible that I purchased back in 98 and have rebuilt. My last major purchase left is wheels and tires. Well, then a brake upgrade, and then an engine upgrade, then I will probably want a tranny upgrade.....
Uh, anyway, I got to drive it on Saturday and it was fun, I am looking forward to putting many miles on it this summer.
Mar 23rd, 04, 04:53 AM
It must be time for some Canadian input EH!
I have a 67 ragtop with more than a few options. The rare ones are head rests and front shoulder belts.
An interesting tidbit about this car is that it was a GM zone car that never went to a dealer and was used by GM to show dealerships what they could get for options in a '67.
Mar 23rd, 04, 11:39 AM
Mar 23rd, 04, 03:12 PM
Thanks for re-starting the convertible section. I currently have a '67 Tahoe Turquoise 250 l6 3spd. It's not fast, but I figure it gives people a better chance to take a look.
'67 L6 Ragtop (http://members.iquest.net/~dmsellers/67_ragtop.htm)
Mar 23rd, 04, 05:42 PM
Now THAT'S a rare Camaro! Nice looking car, L6.
Mar 23rd, 04, 05:46 PM
Yeah, nice looking car L6 graemlins/thumbsup.gif
Mar 24th, 04, 02:57 AM
68 350 covertible. Glad the ragtop forum is open...it's the only way to fly.
Mar 24th, 04, 04:05 AM
Here is my 68 RS/SS convertible:
All original drivetrain 99,126 mile car.
It is a great driver and a real head turner from 20 feet away. Hopefully it will get painted this winter. Thanks for the forum! and sorry for the big image.
Mar 24th, 04, 01:36 PM
Why is it that us Ragtop guys can't seem to get these things put together . Mines a 69 rs/ss cortez silver and a black top , deluxe black interior , factory electric windows tilt rosewood wheel and full gage package . I thought I had my trans picked out , I ordered a tremec tko 600 and now there's a big question mark there , oh well it's not together anyways .
I hope there is more action on this site about converts they are a great looking car .
Mar 24th, 04, 01:53 PM
WOW!!! You leave town for a week and look what happens! Great addition to an already AWESOME site!
Mar 24th, 04, 06:16 PM
Thanks a lot Al!!!!This is GREAT!!!Heres my ride,
69 RS/SS 383, 700R4, Global West upper and lower control arms, Global West sub connectors, Baer brakes, full Hotchkiss suspension, Hydro boost, 17" Torq Thrustt 2's and Good Year Eagle F 1's
And as soon as I get smart enough to post a picture I will untill then HELP!!!
[ 03-24-2004, 09:39 PM: Message edited by: MStennes ]
Mar 25th, 04, 01:42 PM
smile.gif Haven't posted in a while, but always looking for a chance to show her off.
Rally Sport (http://hobbystage.net/camaro/media.cgi?site=rallysport&folder=*&group=1&page=*&id=1065916373-002728)
Mar 25th, 04, 03:21 PM
68 RS ragtop. Bright red with z28 white strips. 327/210 hp. Trying to decide if I should use original parts and pump up to 275hp or go more aggressive. Oh the deccisions.....
Mar 25th, 04, 04:08 PM
Cool addition! Mines under resto and has ground to a screeching halt. :rolleyes: Anyone have pictures of an install of the one piece floor in a convert? Thats the next bridge to burn. graemlins/beers.gif
Mar 25th, 04, 04:14 PM
I know I would get beat up for this outside of this forum, but IN MY OPINION, a summer cruiser has got to be a rag top! And remember, there were less converts built than Z's, and probably even less survived. All first gen's are sweet, but there is something special about a convertible.
Mar 26th, 04, 04:30 AM
Donald - I love that '68!
Rally Sport - there's just something about a Hugger Orange 69 Convert!
Nice rides, guys!
Mar 26th, 04, 04:39 AM
One more Al,
Mar 26th, 04, 12:13 PM
Great site -- has helped me out several times. My current project is a 68 RS SS ragtop. 4sp, 12bolt, and a soon-to-be dropped in the hole 69 copo block (gm#3963512 w/MN stamping) w/alum heads and copo intake. Not much for options, but should be a blast to drive. graemlins/thumbsup.gif
Mar 26th, 04, 06:41 PM
I rcecently purchased a 69 L78 Pace car. I just found out it was sold new at Taylor Chevrolet in Flemington NJ. A couple people remember that In 69 Flemington Speedway had used a 69 Pace car for the track pace car. Anybody remember anything about the Speedway?
Mar 27th, 04, 03:53 AM
I remember it, but not that far back! They just closed it a few years ago. They were running modifieds there.
Mar 27th, 04, 04:04 PM
I've got a butternut yellow 68 rs with a black top. It has a 350 with Trick Flow aluminum heads, headers, comp cam, edelbrock carb and intake, roller lifters, flowmaster exhaust, etc. The suspension has hotchkis springs, energy suspenion bushings, and will soon have eaton rear leaf springs and the C4 brake conversion.
Mar 28th, 04, 02:57 AM
This is a great web site. I have a Dark Green 69 RagTop, that can be viewed at the following location. Sorry for not posting a picture directly, but not exacltly sure how to do that here.
Anyone with any easy set of in "how to" instructions on posting a picture?
Mar 28th, 04, 04:15 AM
Thanks for the new section, Al! Another great place to hang out, especially for us ragtop guys.
Mines a (Canadian certified) '68 RS, 327 210hp, Matador Red, w' Parchment/Black Deluxe interior.
Its pretty trashed so right now its just a fun driver. Maybe it will look something like these other awesome machines. Someday, someday...
PS, Al I have a pic to add to the Cocktail shakers discussion but I don't have a web location. Can I e-mail it to you or is that kindof frowned upon? Thx.
Mar 28th, 04, 06:15 PM
Mine is in the sig. Work is never finnished on it. But I love it.
Apr 1st, 04, 05:14 AM
Its great to see a convertible section. I have a matching # 68 ss-350 with 4-speed. I bought it two years ago, sight unseen, from a person on the east coast ( I live in Oregon). He started the restoration and I have just about completed it. My only problem is having enough days without rain so I can drive it.
Apr 2nd, 04, 12:35 PM
I am buying a Vert 69 this weekend, I'll be here alot, Thanks Al.
Apr 2nd, 04, 04:31 PM
If it works, I'll take another tomorrow with the new wheels and tires... I've seen other display a pic here, always thoguht all you could do was post a link.
Cool! it works... I'll wash da car tomorrow and show off my new wheels!! And my wife is wrong, the new whells don't make the paint look worse than it did... ain't tellin her that tho, maybe she'll let me visit the paint shop!!
Apr 4th, 04, 01:55 PM
I have a basket case 67 plain jane ragtop that I purchased back in 82 from the original owner. It is Marina Blue with black top. It has come cool options for a plain jane, 327/275, 4 speed, 12 bolt posi,black deluxe interior w headrests, console w gauges, disk brakes, tilt wheel, remote mirror, bright interior trim option. To top it off, all numbers match except for the alternator and water pump. I hope to restore it real soon. Thanks for all the resto tips, I have been learning from all of you! Ed
Apr 5th, 04, 04:33 AM
You have good taste Jim!
Camaro and Silverado (http://camaroclubkc.homeip.net/truck/0204/corner.jpg)
Jun 30th, 10, 11:14 AM
Just got out of paint!!!
Oh, and it sits about a foot lower.... :-)
1st 67 SS/RS
Jul 1st, 10, 07:28 AM
Great to see all the ragtops owners coming out. I have a 67 SS/RS I bought it in 2006. I have upgraded to headers, dual exhaust, Hotchkis TVS and 15x7 rallys rims. Currently replacing everything from the front of the block to the radiator and doing the 3rd Gen PS upgrade.
Jul 1st, 10, 11:37 AM
I have a 68 L30 without the original motor or tranny, triple blue (Teal blue, medium blue interior, blue top). Going protouring.. Have the LS2, Hedits subframe, mini tubs, (not sure of rear suspension yet), goiung to be a long process..... but, keeping the colors the same
Jul 1st, 10, 12:02 PM
OK I have a 69 Camaro Triple Black 327 Aluminum headed, Muncie 4-speed, power disc brakes, power top and ac, deluxe comfortweave interior and a broken rear end, that is what you get for buying cars sight unseen. Driving a 71 Chevelle with a 350 blower for now...
Jul 1st, 10, 02:06 PM
Stepping on in. My friend said to me recently " I never saw your car with the top up." My reply was if I have to drive with the top up it defeats the purpose. Good deal on the new section. My stats and pic are in the sig. Thanks. Brian.
Jul 1st, 10, 07:41 PM
My fiist car got it back in 79.
More pics in my sig
Jul 2nd, 10, 04:04 AM
Hey guys, always like to see some verts, mine is below (named Jinx). But you do realize between post #52 and #53 6 years have gone by! :D
Jul 2nd, 10, 10:38 AM
That's right purdy, Kevin. How's she runnin'?
Jul 2nd, 10, 12:01 PM
That's right purdy, Kevin. How's she runnin'?
Pretty good, just got her on the road June 5th, got a small part idle ping, but not bad, the new 200r4 works well. Then life got in the way. I need to replace the rear springs and one of my exhaust elbows hit the springs after the exhaust surgery. Cutting and welding is on the list for this weekend and taking some cruises! :D
Jul 2nd, 10, 12:40 PM
Cool. Those part idle pings can be a bugger :)
I just finished up the install of my 8.5 rear yesterday, taking it for a shakedown run this afternoon.
Jul 3rd, 10, 10:59 AM
How about the seat belt mod? Did you install the shoulder belts in that bad boy, Kevin?
6 years between posts! Cool. I'm pretty sure I posted on one of those pages years ago...
Jul 3rd, 10, 11:16 AM
Not yet Chris, it will be a winter project :)
Jul 3rd, 10, 06:19 PM
I just want 500 posts.......:p
Jul 3rd, 10, 08:03 PM
I have an original fathom green 69 6 cylinder with 3 on the tree, and had a 69 hugger orange SS in the late 70's that I'm still trying to track down!
Jul 4th, 10, 06:15 AM
I love the revival of an old thread.....
'68 Plane Jane 327 vert
Jul 6th, 10, 04:48 PM
I love the revival of an old thread.....
'68 Plane Jane 327 vert
Man, I love a white interior! Sweet car, DVINNY!
Look forward to the pics, Kevin!
Ok, one ragtop, one not....
Jul 7th, 10, 12:58 PM
Hello all , got a '67 standard vert black hot rod primer with a warmed over 327 and a power glide. Barn find car out of the northern California foot hills. It has minor oxidation rust on all chrome parts, completely rotten top. Under going a quick interior clean up so it can be driven in HAN this year. Lost momentum for the build up when I lost my job , but can scrape together enough funds for a few new items.I will run all summer with the rotten top hidden under a boot( will watch forecast for rain very carefully).
Jul 7th, 10, 07:55 PM
I guess I should add mine:
Jul 8th, 10, 10:51 AM
Here she is. Finnaly got her done.http://i271.photobucket.com/albums/jj131/cartelle/DSC00060.jpg
DTK 69 Indy pace car
Jul 8th, 10, 03:18 PM
I have a 1969 RS SS Indy Pace Car Convert. Has a very rare factory AC and 4 speed set up as just about all AC Indy Pace cars were all automatics.
Fresh Outta the paint Shop
Engine Prepped and ready to Install
Jul 9th, 10, 08:49 PM
Great pics!! Nice pic at the speedway Randy, what event did you take that?
This pic of my car is from the Des Moines Goodguys show this month.
Jul 10th, 10, 03:48 AM
Here's mine, 68 RS Dual Quad 406
Jul 10th, 10, 07:39 AM
Beautiful pacer! Gotta have the 4-speed.
Jul 11th, 10, 07:24 PM
got a 67 rsss rag, 4 speed posi 350. Car was originally Sierra Fawn with gold interior. I have owned the car for 33 yrs. many years ago, someone cut thru the top, stole all the interior and gauges. Insurance paid for everything and I wasnt a great fan of gold so I painted car red and replaced with red interior. Who knew anything about numbers matching??back then.
1969 RS/SS DROPTOP
Jul 14th, 10, 12:01 AM
Jul 14th, 10, 04:01 AM
You didn't specify brand, 2004 BMW M3/6-spd............I know, it's a Camaro forum, couldn't resist. I'll catch it for doing this........
Jul 14th, 10, 05:02 AM
Thanks Al! Convertibles are great.
I have a 68 RS/SS 396/350HP Matador Red that will be finished in about a month and a 69 396/325HP Lemans Blue/White survivor sitting in the garage. Trying to decide what to do with the 69.
Jul 20th, 10, 04:42 PM
Anniversary 427 ZL1
Tremec 5 Speed
12 Bolt 3:73
Jul 20th, 10, 05:01 PM
Jul 22nd, 10, 07:07 AM
I have a early build (10D) 69 Los Angeles convertible. It is Daytona Yellow with white Hockey stick stripe, new white top and white Standard interior. Originally optioned with 2 brl.327, 350 Turbo, with A/C, power steering, power drum brakes, and power top. Rearend was a 3.07, 8.25" single track. The car has no rust with all original body panels. The original motor and trans have been set aside, car has a GM crate 350 (290 HP) and 700R4 trans with 3.55 gear on an Auburn Posi differential. It drives superbly with this combo. This car spent it's whole life in Los Angeles before I located it 6 years ago.
Jul 22nd, 10, 09:45 AM
Bill, let see some pics!! everyone loves pics. its like a car show in here.
Jul 22nd, 10, 10:29 AM
Okay lets see if I did this right, please bear with me. Although I have read this Forum for some time, posting with pics might take some learning on my part. I will take more pics this weekend.
Jul 22nd, 10, 10:50 AM
Very good, Bill and a nice ride to boot!
Jul 22nd, 10, 07:47 PM
Here's the first post of my '67 ragtop. Just completing a 4 year ground-up restoration. Factory black over red with deluxe interior, full Hotchkis suspension, Vintage Air, cloth top, one-off Rushforth wheels, custom mix paint, 350 crate / turbo 350, ceramic headers, Magnaflow exhaust, the list goes on.
Aug 16th, 10, 04:29 PM
My '67 convertible started out as a Firebird, but well before I ended up with it. It had been "cloned" into a Camaro SS by all cosmetics. The only Pontiac leftovers were rust in the trunk, floorboards and a few other places, and the old drivetrain with a barely running 400. Now with a 12 bolt, GlobalWest suspension, and sitting on a crate a new 700r and in a box my 383 stroker, it may actually run in the near future. Rust repair and paint is next (maybe in October, unless my other project is ready, and then aftwards), then its time to bolt it all back together.
Aug 17th, 10, 09:59 AM
Hello I have a 67 standard convertible that we have owned for 2 years, it has a 327 and a powerglide. It is in black primer and needs a top. My wife has not picked the color yet, she is leaning tword blue with black rally stripes. It is a barn find car from Northern Cali that had every king of animal and spider living in it at one time!
Aug 17th, 10, 11:20 AM
Just picked up a 69 SS Convertible matching number drivetrain, POP and Original Title.
69 Triple Black Vert 4-speed AC
69 Vert SS Fathom Green
1st 67 SS/RS
Aug 18th, 10, 04:40 AM
Nice find on the 69, Jeff. Good looking car. It still amazes me seeing the original paperwork and in such good condition.
Aug 19th, 10, 08:58 PM
Greetings from Arizona
I am #2 owner of my 69 Camaro convet, first it was blessed and driven for almost 25 years by local priest. stock 327/pg/nonpower top/. very dirty white car when I brought it home. paint was light tan, red interior was almost blck/red from smoking. Now sports 350/330 hp Gm crate motor, 700r4 trans, 10 bolt Firebird rear diff with dual factory traction bars, ralley wheels, bright white with red stripes, red deluxe interior. driven alot when not 110 in Tucson. LONG LIVE THE DROPTOPS :yes:
Jay and Bj
Aug 20th, 10, 01:52 PM
Sep 1st, 10, 05:21 AM
Just finished a 4 yr resto. (my first) 396, 4spd.
Sep 1st, 10, 06:27 AM
mrmarcus - is that a cloth top?
car looks awesome, well done.
1st 67 SS/RS
Sep 2nd, 10, 04:02 AM
Great job, beautiful!
Sep 2nd, 10, 11:59 AM
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Sep 3rd, 10, 11:13 AM
mrmarcus - is that a cloth top?
car looks awesome, well done.
Yes its a "cloth " type top, defiantly worth the extra bucks!