Progress will be slow and/ or nonexisting most of the time, but here's what I have so far! I inherited a 79 Berlinetta with a junk interior, junk motor and junk paint from my dad when I was 13 (10 years ago). In the last ten years I took out the junk motor, stripped the junk paint and stripped the junk interior! haha. I took it all apart at once and got overwhelmed, so I put it in storage until I had the resources (time, experience and $) to put it back together. I've messed around with a handful of other Camaros since then, but I finally got serious about this one about a year ago. I ordered a lot of parts while I was deployed to Iraq, and while I was finishing up my last few months in the Army, I bought a junk second gen and rebuilt all of the parts that would swap over to my 79 so IN THEORY I could just park the two cars next to each other and have my dads old car on the road in a few weekends. But then I knocked up a local girl and nothing has been simple since. At least I got the parts car finished. Here's my 79 Berlinetta that I'm rebuilding. It has low miles so the body is great with no holes, and it hasn't been on the road since 91. Here's the parts car that I built for it. It has high miles and needs a drivers side quarter, but it otherwise mint with a clean title. I'll sell it cheap when I'm done. It has a flat top 350 with a big unknown cam, stock Vortecs, headers and an edelbrock performer intake with a 600 eddy carb. Stock 350 with a shift kit and manual steering box. I also bought racing seats, and the car had an original black interior, so everything that's not t-top specific is getting swapped. I also removed the subframe and painted it with POR-15, and used poly bushings throughout. The plan is to unbolt the wiring harness from the firewall, unbolt the 4 subframe bolts and slide it under the 79. Motor: The ugly azz car I bought these wheels off of a member. 315/35/17's in the back and 245/45/17's in the front. I also have stainless steel brake lines for the whole car and braided lines for the front and back to replace the rubber ones. I have a 50-200 horsepower nitrous kit too, and if I don't have to sell it to fund the rebuild then it'll get hooked up.