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    1. #1
      Join Date
      Feb 2005
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      Louisiana
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      I know everyone loves pics.

      I have had my 67 camaro for 19 years. Its been through lots of changes over the years. Here are few updated pictures. Its has a .040 over 327.
      I estimate about 375 hp. It has 4:10 gears with a 2004R trans. I'm in the process of getting my seats recovered. I should have them back in about a week or two. I fabricated a back seat from a Mazda 929 to fitt in the rear. It took a lot of work but I think it is going to look good. I'll post new pics when I get them in. I did some more cutting on the upper bolsters of the rear seat after I took these pics.

      Later,
      Chris
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    2. #2
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      Nov 2003
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      looking good. I like the gauge setup in the console!

      colt zantop

      1968 camaro LS1.......aka......."NJECTED"


    3. #3
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      Aug 2004
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      Bedford TX
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      Man thanks for postin up your pics, that is a sweet lookin ride!! and welcome again.
      Justin, 68 Camaro Update:5 speed is in and neighbors are pissed!

    4. #4
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      I like that engine bay. Interior seems to be ahead of it's time. I mean that in a good way. You may have started a trend with those head rest in the rear seats for muscle cars. R.P.

    5. #5
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      Hi, I'm curious of your wheel and tire sizes as well as your front springs and rear leafs...

      Are you running stock springs in the front and stock leafs in the back?

      I like the look!

      Thanks,
      TIM
      '68 Camaro SS 383+D1SC, Orion Silver (Dyno #'s Soon!)
      '95 Camaro Z28 383 LT1 (405 RWHP/428 RWTQ, SAE - DynoJet)
      '99 Corvette LS1

    6. #6
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      Thanks for the nice comments. I think yall will like the results when you see the seats recovered.

      Thanks, Chris

    7. #7
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      Aug 2004
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      Suisun City, Ca.
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      Very nice looking car. I agree, I like headrest for back passengers myself.

      Mike

    8. #8
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      Jan 2004
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      NW Suburbs, Chicago
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      very nice... where did you get that center gauge peice? or did you make that?

    9. #9
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      Louisiana
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      Tim, the front wheels I think are 15 X 6 with 195/65 and the rear are 15 X 8 with 4 1/2 offset I think. I have had them on there so long. The rear tire is a 295/50. I would like to change them one day to 17 or 18's. The front suspension has the coil over QA1 shocks and springs. You can adjust the height. The rear are a mono leaf from Landrum springs. They have a 220lb. rate. I have Bilstien rear shocks and a 12 bolt rear end.
      As far as the center gauge pod goes, I made this. It took a lot of tries to get it all to fit. I didn't want to cut up my dash except for where the cd player is and I wanted it to blend into my console. So this is how it ended up. I may paint the sides of it the body color. It may blend better.

      Chris

    10. #10
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      Dec 2004
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      Raleigh, NC
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      254
      Sweet...

      Thanks Chris...
      '68 Camaro SS 383+D1SC, Orion Silver (Dyno #'s Soon!)
      '95 Camaro Z28 383 LT1 (405 RWHP/428 RWTQ, SAE - DynoJet)
      '99 Corvette LS1

    11. #11
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      Quote Originally Posted by Roger Poirier
      I like that engine bay. Interior seems to be ahead of it's time. I mean that in a good way. You may have started a trend with those head rest in the rear seats for muscle cars. R.P.
      Yea, I love the shape of the back seats.. very nice!
      "A ship in port is safe, but that's not what ships are built for."

      1968 Track Rat Camaro:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGHJ5c1yLIo&t=2s

      1971 Chevelle Wagon with a few mods:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBVPR3sRgyU