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Here is something I though I would share with you guys , this thing has been sitting on the back burned for something around 6 years and it's time to throw a motor in it and let it rip

67 camaro with a 68 front clip , from what we know , wrecked in first year of ownership then 2 brothers bought it and turned it into this . Its sat since the mid 70's in a barn till a few years ago we got it from a guy at a swap meet . Should make another father/son project like all our other stuff . Hoping to throw the motor in this winter and atleast be able to drive it in its current state then restore it in a few when we don't have as many projects going on . Throwing in a super T10 and a 461 . Should be fun to play around with on the street , I'll take some more pics once we start wrenching on it soon.
 

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That's sure a 70's throw back. Would be nice to get it back on the street.
 

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Thx guys just found another pic
notice how many different places it's been since the divorce lol


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Very cool
 

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Not a bad idea !not sure how the motor would do in stop and go , 12:1 compression on race gas lol


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A big enough radiator should do the trick.

Do it!

Better yet: add a tow hitch and tow the local beauty queen around on a float. I'm sure she'll love the smell of race gas for a hour straight in 100 degree heat!
 

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A big enough radiator should do the trick.



Do it!



Better yet: add a tow hitch and tow the local beauty queen around on a float. I'm sure she'll love the smell of race gas for a hour straight in 100 degree heat!


Hahahahaha, hey I think race gas smells good


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