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Okay, I feel like I am really started on the project now! WOOHOO!

Prostrip in Mesa, AZ did the work for $700. Here's a before and after to give you an idea of what the work entailed.





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Looks like you have a better foundation that the actual '68 Bolero Red Yenko which we will be restoring at our shop!
NO WAY! Got any pics you can send me? I would love to ask you some questions about it!

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IDS_Bill,

No pictures yet. It's just a pretty rusty shell. I've never seen a Camaro with so much rot in the upper cowl as this one. Originally Bolero Red, black vinyl top, black standard interior, Rally Sport, Pontiac style mag wheels. Just collecting parts for it now. Probably gonna sell the '69 Copo I need to put together first before we get working on the '68 Yenko. I do have pictures of the two '69 Yenkos in the shop currently.
 

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IDS_Bill,
Do you know what sort of media they used? From what I can see in the picture, there isn't any distorsion in the panels. I'm about to take the same step with my 67 coupe and I'm really scared about the distorsion. I want to make sure I get similar results are you have.
 
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