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hi i'm new here and just want to say hello I've just bought a 1995 z28 and it needs some work and I want to do it myself but only know a little about cars so I hope you guys can help me out with advice thanks
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old Aug 1st, 12, 08:36 AM
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Welcome to the site. There is a wealth of info on this site by searching or just asking. Good Luck.

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Welcome to Team CAMARO

Lots of good information and support for your questions here

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Welcome Aboard. This is the right place.


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Welcome to the site.
I suggest the first item you buy is a Haynes manual for the car/model from the parts store.
The Owner's Manual tells you how to operate the car, the shop manual tells how the car operates.
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hi i'm new here and just want to say hello I've just bought a 1995 z28 and it needs some work and I want to do it myself but only know a little about cars so I hope you guys can help me out with advice thanks
Welcome from a fellow newbie to the site! I agree, getting the Haynes manual is a great way to get started. When I first had a Camaro, way back in the day, I bought one and refered to it constantly when working on anything in the car. I still have it today which will be a big help with my latest project.

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