Re: Lt. Will A7
Pics will be coming as soon as I finish some repairs on age related items. Nothing major, some trunk weatherstrip, new fuel lines, carb rebuild and yet another attempt using a new system from Classic Industries to get the headlight doors to function reliably. New kit does away with the four stop switches, relays under the left front fender and all the spaghetti wiring that goes with it. Classic advertises that there are only two wires on their kit. One goes to the headlight relay near the radiator and the other is a ground that goes to left fender on bolt that has battery ground wire attached. Supposedly the drive motors have internal micro switches to stop and start and doors open with lights on and close when lights are shut off. Like most of you I want to keep this low mileage survivor as original as possible but I also like to see where the road is at night and existing setup will close the doors intermittently while driving which virtually leaves you in the dark at speed. Also detailing the engine bay in preparation for August Goodguys in Pleasanton so the hood is presently off to give me some access without banging my head. Take care and please drive safely. Seat belts on, cell phones off.
Detective Lt. Will, Chief of Homicide/ Chief Deputy Coroner: RETIRED AFTER 32 years.
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67 Camaro RS /327 -275 hp
Powerglide to 2:73 rear gears
Black vinyl over Ermine White
30,000 documented mile survivor
Second owner. P.O.P car.