1967 Camaro Restoration update
This is our Camaro
going through the stages of its restoration. I will be putting up more
videos of this restoration as the work progresses, so come check out my
Previous video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3z0hpCMl4pU&feature=related
Soda Blasting- Camaro Restoration
This restoration project is removing old vinyl top glue. This same removal
rate of approx. 150 sq. ft. per hour would be seen on an industrial floor
surface as well.
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No, it is NOT a Camaro!
It is a Firebird. Just seein' if you was paying attention.
79 Camaro First Drive
First trips down the road, a good day indeed. Still have to bed the
brakes, break in the clutch and all that good stuff.
Full Specs: http://www.acmeautopartsonline.com/Camaro/
1979 Chevy Camaro /// 29k original miles [abandoned car]
UPDATE: Car was sold to a neighbor in March 2012 and put back on the road.
He sold it shortly after getting it road-ready...I do not know the car's
whereabouts now. MILEAGE IS ORIGINAL I saw the title myself it is NOT
original video by my best friend below:
Chevy Big Block Camaro 509 "The Grocery Getter"
This is our 80 Camaro
that has been transformed from weak to sick with a 10:1, 509cid solid
roller big block, TH400 with Hughs trans kit, Hughs 3000 stall conv., GM
12 bolt rear with Detroit Tru-Trac and Richmond 3.73 gears all custom built
by me. Frame connectors, and eurothane bushing's throughout stiffened up
the car, Moroso coil springs and Afco rear springs made it all come
together. The fiberglass 4"cowl induction hood keeps it all concealed. We
love the car and cant wait to get it to the 1/4 mile and chassis Dyno to shoot more video's.
Classic Muscle Car For Sale 1979 Camaro Z/28 SOLD !! BY EricsMuscleCars.com
Erics Muscle Cars is proud to offer this Smoking HOT Z/28. This matching
numbers 350 car has a fresh rebuilt with a mild cam and runs better than
it sounds. Nothing says muscle car more than a Camaro Z/28 that is painted
factory black and finished with red interior.The paint represents itself
well with deep luster and shine that is cruisin and local show worthy. The
car is rust free with very nice panel fit and alignment which are accented
with the 2rd gen triple colored body stripe call outs. The doors close with
minimal effort and no door sag. The car runs and drives 100% with no issues
and handles easily riding on new BFGs that are mounted on freshly restored
black Z wheels with new trim rings and center caps that completes that
stealthy/sinister look. Be different at the cruises pulling up in this
nicely done 2rd gen Camaro that is very affordable
and a sound investment with the prices of the 77-80 models set to
Chevy Big Block Camaro Restoration
I want to say thank you to everyone who had nice comments on the engine
video! Repeated requests for an update on the car warranted a work in
progress video. Well here it is so far. Some of the undercarriage is hard
to see, but it's all coming out great! One thing I didn't get footage of is
the subframe connectors. There all welded in and should stiffen up the car
considerably. We'll be looking forward to showing off the finished product.
See you in the spring!