Re: Camaro Jig
Erik, Keep in mind precision is relative to the task at hand. I also come from a cnc programming and machining background having been in the industry since the days of punch tape. I've owned and operated my own machine/cnc shop since 2004. If you're boring an engine or grinding a crank, you bet precision is required. Remember when these cars were built cmm machines weren't available and cnc machines were rare. In many areas the dies and these cars were built by hand with function in mind. Not so much form. Good luck.
my 67' build thread:
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