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post #21 of 24

Definatly brings back the memories. My first car was a 67 Camaro RS. Had three new girl friends the first two weeks I had it. Would go to the drag strip every Friday night. $1.00 to get in and $.25 cents to race. Though those days are gone I never forgot my first love. Have a new love now to remember her by.

 

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BTW Rubbin Butts, Those are some nice rides there! Would like to go for a roll in that Yenko when you get it done. The macinist that I use is currently building a "33"Ford on a LS-2 frame. Talk about a screamer!!

 

 

post #22 of 24
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Definatly brings back the memories. My first car was a 67 Camaro RS. Had three new girl friends the first two weeks I had it. Would go to the drag strip every Friday night. $1.00 to get in and $.25 cents to race. Though those days are gone I never forgot my first love. Have a new love now to remember her by.

 

IMG_0092.JPG

 

BTW Rubbin Butts, Those are some nice rides there! Would like to go for a roll in that Yenko when you get it done. The macinist that I use is currently building a "33"Ford on a LS-2 frame. Talk about a screamer!!

 

 



Thanks for the comments. Great looking camaro.

Yeah, I'm anxious to finish the yenko. Got all the body panels finished and on the rottisserie to refinish the bottom side. Slow going right now because of a low back injury.

 

post #23 of 24

No mural but it was brown ,orange and yellow .It had 60's hurricane rims all the way around.The van paint job matched the van on the on the mud flaps .Shag carpet through out the carpert was the clour of the wazzap box.wazzapp.gifThis may bring back memory for some.

post #24 of 24

You know, those vans seem to be ridiculed today, but there was a lot of craftmanship in some of them.  Okay, some of them were ridiculed back then, for that matter.  I mean, it's still shag carpeting, no matter how it's cut and attached... A lot of time spent on the modifications, and a whole generation of artists raised on the airbrush.  Wonder what those artists are doing today? 

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