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Ride of the Month This is a contest for the community to choose which car is the Ride of the Month

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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old Jul 5th, 17, 07:52 PM Thread Starter
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Exclamation Enter your July 2017 ROTM Nominations now!

It's Summer so show off your muscle by entering the July 2017 RIDE of the MONTH


The Team Camaro Ride Of The Month is sponsored by


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One Grand Prize Winner receives from NPD:
T-shirts, hats, license plate, decals, NOS GM sales brochure or other period marketing items from Rick's personal collection, and a $100 gift certificate!


The First Runner-up receives from CoverCraft.com their choice of:
DashMat or SunScreen


Important Dates

NOMINATIONS:
Now through July 15th: Please post your entries and pictures in this thread. Submissions posted after 23:59 hours (11:59 pm) Pacific Time on the 15th will not be included in the competition for this month

VOTING:

July 16 through the 30th : A Voting thread with poll will be added to this forum section on the 16th containing the nominations. All members will get the chance to vote on their favorite. The person with the most votes by MIDNIGHT PACIFIC the 30th of July will be the winner for the month of July 2017.

Note changes in photos used to enter your ride.
Rules for nominations
Cars that are currently up for sale are not to be nominated!
All nominations:
Must post three (3) Recent photos sized to 640 x 480 pixels.

These three (3) photos must be of the mandatory views listed below.




  • one front/side angle (drivers side preferred)
  • one interior shot taken from the open door
  • one over all engine bay picture.





Optional: A fourth photo (not required to enter) of any angle - dead on rear view, or front, or any other aspect of your ride you want to showcase, especially if you are a resto-mod-pro-street entry and have mods listed in your entry such as trunk customizations, or sound systems, wheels, paint detail etc.
Note: NO collages, No slide show links, No videos, and lastly No nudity.
In addition for Resto/Mod vehicles:
Must include a list of the vehicles current Modifications.

Final Notes




  • Pictures must be of current state of car with the only exception being seasonal photos with winter tires on.
  • Parts currently for sale or waiting to be installed are not to be included in your listing.
  • If your wheels/tires/suspension/etc. are currently up for sale, even if still on car, they cannot be listed in the mod list.
  • No "Future Modifications" either used to pad your listing.


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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old Jul 12th, 17, 04:03 AM
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Re: Enter your July 2017 ROTM Nominations now!

Come on, guys..... how about some competition?
427/M21/3.31









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Experience...... It's what you get when you didn't get what you wanted.

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I have to take some more pictures.

More.
Bought the car in 2007? from my neighbor. I had a 68 SS in H.S. and sold it years ago. My neighbor had this car and I wasn't looking to buy it, but I told him to get a hold of me if he was going to sell it. One night I got a call saying he wanted to sell it and so here it is. I didn't know a lot about the Z's but I sure have learned.

This had a DZ engine in it when I bought it and he also had a CE engine for it. The DZ spun a bearing and threw a rod so I went for the CE engine. It had a lot of the original dated parts for what was probably the original engine it replaced. There is no paper work (that I have found yet). But the guy my neighbor bought the car from sold it to him because he thought the DZ was the original engine. When it was pointed out to him that it wasn't, he got mad and sold it.

So now it has the CE 302 with most of the original parts on it. Still looking for a distributor and clutch fan. That's about it. The car is mostly as it came from the factory except the hood and spoiler. Those will come off some day and be returned to factory.
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1968 Z28 British Green, all original except CE 302 engine. Have original owners booklet and protect-o-plate.

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Re: Enter your July 2017 ROTM Nominations now!

Get at it folks, nominations close midnight Pacific time on the 15th.


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Re: Enter your July 2017 ROTM Nominations now!

Can we get my other picture to the last post and delete other? Or should I start all over?

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Can we get my other picture to the last post and delete other? Or should I start all over?
I can merge the two posts together.


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Re: Enter your July 2017 ROTM Nominations now!

Thanks. It's been so long since I was active on here, I had forgotten how to add pics.

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Re: Enter your July 2017 ROTM Nominations now!

I guess I might as well jump in here too. I've had my car for 27 years and finally "finished" restoring it 5 years ago. But as we all know they are never done so last fall I decided to do an LS swap. I got a GMPP LS3376/480 with a 4L70E transmission and have a 12 bolt posi with 3.73 gears. While doing the swap I also put in tubular control arms with QA1 coil overs and Caltracs in the back along with a much larger front and rear sway bar. I have Dakota Digital gauges but is mostly stock appearing other than that. Here are some pics.







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Re: Enter your July 2017 ROTM Nominations now!

Three owner 69 Z/28 that I have owned almost 20 years now. The car currently has just a little over 87400 original miles on it, & still retains it's "Born with" 302 & BU rear end but unfortunately the original M21 was MIA before I bought the car. Overall the car is in nice driver condition having only one repaint back in 1986 by the second owner. I had a great time teaching my oldest daughter to drive a 4 speed in this car when she was just 14. Just recently put the Rallys wheels back on it after running the Torque Thrusts for several years, I snapped the picture before installing the center caps & trim rings..

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Re: Enter your July 2017 ROTM Nominations now!

Okay... I'm game, here's my three shots:


Car was a 10-year restoration project, paint and interior colors are code correct, hidden partial VINs jive, originally an X44 car, V-8, automatic. Now a 454 with a BW Super T10. Current Wheel Vintique chrome rallys are temporary... probably go to 17" or maybe stagger 17"/18" down the road. RS Grill is on its way, Vintage air this summer as well.


Under the hood: Engine is a mid-'70's 454 most specs are in my sig. More power than I'll ever need, recent additions include Wilwood MC, TuffStuff booster, Hooker Competition headers, Helix tubular control arms, ProForged BJs, JGC steering box.


Interior is fresh from carpets to headliner. Added a MOMO D36 steering wheel, but its still a work in progress, restored a console which will be going in as soon as I get the carbon fiber dash and console inserts finished (no wood), and that will tie in nicely with carbon fiber dash bezel and white faced SpeedHut gauges.

I'm not a stickler for originality, be the first to admit my car is a "tribute SS." I respect the "keep it original" guys but I will continue to tweak it to my taste. I'm kind of torn between the muscle and pro-touring look LOL .

'69 LeMans Blue Coupe, White Interior, 030" over 454, Super T10 4-Speed, Holley 4150, Pertronix Ignition
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