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    Default Restoring of a disco Camaro.

    Here's my Z28 winter project. Original BC car with 130k kms, 3 owner, build sheet, warranty card, owner's manual, window sticker, 4 spd 350, t-roof. Very rare car, the only 1981 Camaro with a 4 spd and 350 were Canadian models. White with blue decals, blue cloth interior.








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    great car man, I am interested in the build. Very rare to find those with 4-speeds wow. Please help me with my 78 Omega. lol
    A Ferrari is a high maintenance chick, you spend money regardless of what you do with her. You can baby the C63, or slap on all seasons, and you won't be spending anything but yearly maintenance. Of course that's like dating a stripper and refusing to fuck her, which would make you gay.

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    classic dude.... love those forward-facing wheel flares

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    subscribed!

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    Thanks guys, it took me a while to find a 4 spd, white on blue, t-top and even though it wasn't perfect when I bought it, I got a pretty good deal so I was prepared to spend some dough on it to get it perfect, it should be done by spring, just in time for the first car show at Deerfoot Mall.

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    Haha sick wheels man! that was my first car but in brown and beige. Man i miss that thing. Loved stomping it when the cowl would pop open. Made it so much louder

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    Originally posted by JfuckinC
    Haha sick wheels man! that was my first car but in brown and beige. Man i miss that thing. Loved stomping it when the cowl would pop open. Made it so much louder
    Hahaha, I haven't had the opportunity to mat the go pedal yet and get the cowl induction working but when it's done I will. The good thing about second gen Camaros is that the later models are realatively inexpensive now but are appreciating greatly. Early models '70-'75 with big engines and before smog controls are fetching good money and I think the later ones will follow suit.

    A lot of us older guys remember the 2nd gens, (Camaros and Firebirds) and now that we have some disposable income we can relive our youth.

    Last edited by THEMONK; 11-26-2010 at 02:07 PM.

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    Originally posted by THEMONK


    Hahaha, I haven't had the opportunity to mat the go pedal yet and get the cowl induction working but when it's done I will. The good thing about second gen Camaros is that the later models are realatively inexpensive now but are appreciating greatly. Early models '70-'75 with big engines and before smog controls are fetching good money and I think the later ones will follow suit.

    A lot of us older guys remember the 2nd gens, (Camaros and Firebirds) and now that we have some disposable income we can relive our youth.

    Hope that doesent mean MacGyver hair will make a comeback

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