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1967 Chevrolet Camaro - BOs_67

"Rich"

1967 Chevrolet Camaro Before Restoration
Owner:   BOs_67
Year: 1967
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
Est.Horsepower: 275
Engine Type and Size: 350
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Transmission: 4-Speed
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I bought this car December 1990 while I was home visiting my folks.  It was a daily driver for 4 years until I started restoring it.  My restoration efforts started out as minor ones, but before I knew it I was doing a complete off the body restoration.  In 1996, I got a job in Germany and had to put it together enough to haul back to my folk's house.  It would sit under a shed for 16 years, barely covered where I would play with when I came home.  I've recently started working on it again and back at square one.  I've eliminated most the rust, done the body work and getting it ready to paint soon.
  Okay all, as you can see by the attached pictures I finally painted my Camaro and have begun re-assembly. Thanks to Mr. Mike Bailey for all his coaching on the body work and during painting.  I'm here to tell you, body work and painting is not as easy as one may think.  Kudos to all the Paint and Body shop owners out there...I will not complain about what it cost to paint a vehicle again.  Additionally, I'd like to thank Luther Mitchell of Hot Rod Wiring.  Wiring is one of the things forgotten during a restoration.  Mr. Mitchell has been helping me professionally rebuild my waring harness.  I  couldn't have done it without the motivation and help of all those involve.  I'll update this site as I make progress.
 All, attached is the latest picture of the progress I've made thusfar.  It is truly a labor of love and there is light at the end of the tunnel.
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