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I’ve only ridden in a few of the 4 banger 6th gens for short distance, wasn’t that impressed, but I have always owned V8 cars so I am spoiled/ruined to smaller engines. I am curious though what do you see for average fuel economy? I have a 17 Camaro SS with the 8 speed auto and have been very impressed with the Read more

Aug 13
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Clean 69 drop top, not a real RS car though. Someones added the grille. Got the wrong tail lights. Nice to see the optional bumper guards, dont see them very often on 69's. 

Aug 13
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OOOH that model A is nice, the 348/409 motor is icing on the cake. Love those motors.  

Aug 12
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Well the idea kind of lived on with the Corvair Rampside pickup. Also the top of that panel has the same lines as a 55-57 Nomad

Aug 11
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Nice Model A’s. Both are 30/31 cars, cant see enough detail to be more specific. The later grey sedan is a 40 Ford standard 

Aug 11
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well a few of them in the teens and twenty’s had V12's in them. Called “twin sixes” so they had the power to push them down the road. 

Aug 11
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surprisingly most 55's from the factory had a cream/off white. Its called India Ivory and most of the two tone options used that as the second tone. The bright white was really only used on Yellow and Black painted cars.

Everyone today uses the bright white, but not correct. 

Aug 10
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Either a 67-69 Camaro from the Trans am series as they were not to radically altered from the stock versions. Read more

Aug 10
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That amount of coolant would indicate practically no gasket. but the lack of milkshake is very odd as well. Was there milkshake in the pan? it would end up there if that much coolant was dripping down from the top of the motor. Because if there is a lack of milkshake there, then you could then also be looking at Read more

Aug 9
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For coolant to be sitting in the rocker and over multiple rockers, the heads are more than likely fine as the leak is getting into the valley to pump up into the pushrod, buy the lack of chocolate milkshake (oil and coolant) is odd as well. I would not be expecting very green coolant on something coming up the push rod Read more

Aug 6
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Nice 67 Chevelle, my grandfather had a red 67 for a short time when I was 13/14. Great cars. If I didn’t have my 68 Camaro I would probably have a 66/67 Chevelle.

Aug 4
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There was no factory headliner in 68. The little headliner insert became available in 1969 as an option or part of the CST trim level. So its just painted metal for my truck. 

Jul 30
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Yeah I’ve wanted to build a 67-69 Camaro that looks like a vintage trans am from a distance but have all modern drivetrain like a LS motor and 6 speed with really good suspension and brakes. 

Jul 30
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They were still Chevy based blocks. I know the Chaparral’s used the ZL-1 based block starting in 67 I think. Chevy took that engine block and had to add a fuel pump provision to use a standard mechanical pump and then they used a L88 intake and carb if I am remembering correctly.I dont think they did more r&d on Read more

Jul 29
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CAN-AM and TRANS-AM were some of the best racing ever in my opinion. CAN-AM being the wild and crazy series and TRANS-AM being the production car series with the best drives making for some of the best racing. I always enjoy seeing the old TRANS-AM cars being tossed around tracks. The owners/drivers still put these