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Finally have pics of the GF's Camaro


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So I actually got around to taking pictures of my girlfriends 1967 Camaro RS. Engine is a Chevy 327.

Here they are

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Original dealer badge

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I took this video to try and get some of the engine sound. Her little brother and her dad were moving it back into the basement.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sqqg-zZfb_c

I also snapped some pics of her truck. This beast needs LOTS-a-love. 1978 Chevy with a 350 4bbl carb.

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I have parts for the 78 if you need em. Like the headlight bezels.

I think she is a keeper eh.

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Well the Camaro is still being restored. Interior is really just dusty though. We (Meaning Her father and I lol) repainted the passenger door and most of the body that needed it. That Camaro has less miles on it than my Phoenix and it is 11 years older. About 87,XXX if I can recall. about 95% of that car is stock. It needs a few things here and there. Examples are new lights for the dash and gear indicator, the top has a 2 tears in it, and the motors for the concealed headlight doors are broken.

His garage is an all in one workshop. Paint? No problem. Engine removal? No problem. Complete car restoration? Can do. (Hes building that '40 Chevy from the ground up) I do most of of my work there. It pisses the girlfriend off that I spend more time with her dad fixing cars than with her xD.

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