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    1. #1
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      1969 Camaro SS build LS7 Speedtech HRE

      I am keeping this car off of social media until she's done but I figured it would be cool to document the build here.

      1969 Camaro SS frame off restoration 5 years ago. CA car its whole life - Los Angeles plant, sold at Ellis Brooks in San Francisco. Enjoy! Let me know if you have any questions!

      Enjoy!



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Size:  93.0 KB Welds from Speedtech are great

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      Firewall being mocked up

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      Christmas in November

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      19x10.5" up front with 14" Baer
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      19x12" rear

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      firewall embossed

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      Great starting point and parts, this should be fun to watch!
      John Brown
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      Looks awesome! I love the look of the HRE's!!!

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      Thanks, John

      Quote Originally Posted by WILWAXU View Post
      Great starting point and parts, this should be fun to watch!

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      I was unable to travel to HRE headquarters in San Diego due to covid. They sent me about 7 different color samples and I ultimately decided on the color in pics. Hard decision especially with the insane price point. But they look killer in person

      Quote Originally Posted by John McIntire View Post
      Looks awesome! I love the look of the HRE's!!!

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      more rear end pics

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      Very nice! You having Mean Street Performance doing some of the work?

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      In for updates.

      Andrew
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      assembling brakes before starting the mini tub

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      Mock up of engine bay on another 69' camaro. Overflow reservoir bottom left.
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      Looking good, I really like those HREs and gold calipers!

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      Looking good, those wheels are sick. I’m building a 67 similarly with speedtech extreme, can’t wait to get it. Do you know what paint was used in the engine compartment of the red 69 you shared? I’ll be painting mine soon and am going for that level of gloss,looking at a few Eastwood products now.

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      i dont know the actual color, I will try and find out. I know its a flat black..

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      Looks great. What tires are you planning on running?

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