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greetings all,

name is Brian,

i'm currently restoring a 67'. it was originally an auto with a 6 cyl. it now has a M21 and a bored .30 over 350, 202 valves, big cam, the normal hotrod stuff.

lookin forward to the posts.
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greetings all,

name is Brian,

i'm currently restoring a 67'. it was originally an auto with a 6 cyl. it now has a M21 and a bored .30 over 350, 202 valves, big cam, the normal hotrod stuff.

lookin forward to the posts.
Hi Brian & welcome,

My first Camaro was a 68, similar to yours with a straight 6 and Powerglide. Kinda did the same thing many years ago except it got a 283 with an M21. Good luck with you 67

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Welcome, Brian
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Welcome aboard. I almost bought a 67 last summer. I lived in Oregon for many years. Enjoy your time here. Lots of good info and the people here are good folks.

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Hey, Brian! Welcome to the forum. What are you planning to do with your 67'?


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post #13 of 13 (permalink) Old Mar 14th, 15, 10:16 AM Thread Starter
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haven't done much as for posting anything useful since I registered. I've been rebuilding a SS 68 chevelle with my 17 yr old as well so time has not been on my car's side.
here's a couple cell phone pics of the project. some of these pics are out of order do to my mad computer skills..

so under the hood I pulled the front clip apart and had it all powder coated, straightened the firewall where the previous owner had beat it in to install an HEI distributor, installed disc brakes, replaced all the bushings with poly's, replaced fender wells, radiator core support and used all stainless steel nuts, bolts and washers to put it back together.
the front half of the car is all blocked and ready for paint some day. lots to go in the back half.



I am replacing the rear window valence, when I pulled it I found this..since i'm a cheap bastard I sandblasted and cut patches which are now welded in.




got some patch work to do on the upper rear quarters and do a repair where we got rearended on the drivers side quarter panel. other than that floor pans, stereo deck, doors etc. are perfect.


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