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  1. Basic info
    1967
    Chevrolet
    Camaro
    No
    Black
    Full TCI subframe to subframe connectors to 4-link on a Ford 9" all show polished hardware. LS 1 to a 4L60e trans. I've been building it for 7 years now. I designed and built my own grille and LS Engine cover to match my grille and created "Garage Dog Creations", an internet business dedicated to making affordable 67-68 Camaro custom parts.
    Engine
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    LS1
     
    8
     
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    Exhaust
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    Transmission
    4L60E
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    B&M
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Rear End
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    Ford 9" with Strange axels
    373.00
     
    Wheels & Tires
    ???? Not sure yet
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Brakes
    Adjustable
    No
    None
    Wilwood
    12.00
     
    Wilwood
    12.0
     
    Suspension
    Total Cost Involved
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    Coilover
    Triple Adjustable
    Total Cost Involved
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    Coilover
    Triple Adjustable
    Safety Equipment
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    Interior
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    Events
     
    Builder / Thanks to
    Bad Boy Design in Peoria, Arizona did all the body work and paint. Moe Madrid is an amazing artist and special thanks to "EZ" at Bad Boy Design, RIP my brother.
    Story / History
     
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    Future plans