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Old 04-03-2020, 03:44 PM
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Default Convertible 69 Camaro Project...(no name)

Guys, I just wanted to introduce my convertible 69 to you all as I'm about to get started on it. I got this car a little over two years ago in January of 2018. Hopefully, everything goes well as planned with all of this COVID-19 craziness going on and affecting us all. This won't be a super build. It'll be just a plain, everyday run of the mill build. My project is so plain, that is doesn't have a name or any of that. This Camaro, as with all of my cars will be just a daily driver...no tracking, auto crossing or flodging of the car. Although, nothing's wrong with that, I'm just not that talented or skilled. The car is an original straight 6 with a factory 3 speed on the floor. Some plans for the car are a LS7 427 with a DART block, T56 Magnum, HRE or Forgeline wheels, Baer brakes, Vintage Air and Kindigit's new paint line called Modern Classikk. The color will be Blue Suede Blue. One last thing I'd like to say is my car is a "He." Not a she, cuz HE has balls.
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Bout’ time Marcus. I’ve been waiting for this for a long time now. I giggled at your “everyday run of the mill build” comment. That’s funny. While it might not achieve Stielow status, don’t cut your stuff short here. Lots of high end parts on this build bumper to bumper, and an engine that will rival anybody’s. This will be fun.
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Old 04-03-2020, 05:21 PM
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Scott, this old thing? Meh, we'll see how it turns out.
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Sounds like a solid plan to me, Marcus. Best of lust on the build
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Sounds like a solid plan to me, Marcus. Best of lust on the build
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I'll be watching, I like the no name builds,
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Curious.... Are those the cars original colors/scheme?
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Curious.... Are those the cars original colors/scheme?
Yes they are ScotI. This was the original paint it still sported. The car still has the original motor and trans in it. I received the original title, Protect-O plate and a photo of the day three generations of women...a grandmother, daughter and granddaughter, drove it home the day they bought it.
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Yes they are ScotI. This was the original paint it still sported. The car still has the original motor and trans in it. I received the original title, Protect-O plate and a photo of the day three generations of women...a grandmother, daughter and granddaughter, drove it home the day they bought it.
Very nice. Looks like it was well taken care of. Local car? I'd have a hard time changing the color....
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