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  1. bigbuckcity
    Jun 13th, 12 09:06 PM - permalink
    Sorry Team Camaro but I do not know how to post a question in the forum. could some one direct me as how to do this!!! I am trying to find a SPACE SAVER SPARE TIRE for the trunk, as the 14" or 15" tire just takes up too much room. Any one have a suggestion as what vehicle would have a space saver with the 4 3/4" spacing with the 5 lug wheel!!!!! Some one suggested using a space saver out of a S-10 chevrolet pickup------------- I have a 68 Camaro Coupe and also a 69 Camaro Convertible that I want to use the space saver spare in......................
  2. bigbuckcity
    Jan 3rd, 12 12:26 AM - permalink
    I have had great satisfaction with Steves in San Bruno, CA. Steve normally answers the phone himself, he knows his Camaro's. I also have driven to Classic Industries in Hunington Beach several times from Las Vegas, There Show Room shows it self very well, but I am not happy with their return policy, My advice if you are just starting out, don't order a bunch of parts and then leave them sit on the shelve, seriously if you have the parts over 30 days and install them 3-4-6 months later, and they don't fit or whatever, They will not take them back, and also remember to keep your invoices where you can find them easily, because they will want your invoice number and the date you purchased the parts, My 68 Camaro Coupe has went thru an EXTREME MAKEOVER in the past year and a half, I have purchased over $15,000 in parts from C.I. and by no means were parts installed in a 30 day period, now stuff does not fit right,
  3. Pumpkinhead
    Jan 2nd, 12 10:52 PM - permalink
    Hi Max,

    I am just starting out with my first camaro, a '69 base, and spotted your post about Classic Industries. Can you recommend a parts supplier that stand behind their products? I think this is really funny because I happen to have driven down to Classic a few days ago and was very impressed. You know, I am really just too excited to get started putting my car together . . .

    Anyway, thanks for any advice you can give and thank you for pointing out that return policy. I will be working slowly and 30 days might not cut it for me.

    take care,
    david martin
  4. bigbuckcity
    May 16th, 11 04:55 PM - permalink
    Tip for cleaning soiled seat belts, Years ago a car guy told me how to clean soiled, dirty or crumpled up seat belts . Put them in the top drawer of the dishwaher and run them thru the cycle, with the heat off, if they don't come out clean, run them thru again, I still do this to this day, and have had excellent luck, and have never had the Logo fall off or even become loose, Try it it works........Max Stewart in Las Vegas, NV

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  • About bigbuckcity
    Live in Las Vegas, NV, retired, unmarried and no children, White, 69, Male
    Las Vegas, NV
    Classic Vehicles/Muscle Cars
    Retired U.S.Army/Department of Energy
    First Name
    Max Stewart


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