I have the resto handbook by Currao & Sessions. It has really useful information, but does definitely generalize. It also assumes that you know what you're doing. I think your first buy should be an assembly manual. A full, accurate restoration is always going to require a great deal of research...
I like The Camaro Restoration Book 67-69 by Jason Scott ( I think ). I have this book at home and covers everything. I never took notice to stripes until I got this book and it paid off during the power tour. The 68 pace car had the 396 emblems offset from the center of the stripe on the nose. It was different on each side, and when I commented on it the Year One guys got a little upset.
I have to agree with CA420, The Camaro
Restoration Guide \67-69 is loaded with
info about what is and is not correct on
these models. Not to knock any others, I'm
sure there's plenty of other books that can help you make your ride...TOP DOG... in your neighborhood.
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