Big bumper car on Graveyard Carz

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  1. 7T8 LT

    7T8 LT Veteran Member

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    Anyone else noticed the 75-77 Camaro in the back ground?
     
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    Yep i seen that, it was mounted on his frame machine with the rt 1/4 cut off and just the bare shell. Cant imagine someone paying his 6 figure resto costs on a 75-77 Camaro. Maybe its one of his employees car
     
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    It has been seen on a couple of episodes.
     
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    I actually tweeted Mark Worman about that camaro. It belongs to a friend of his & he's helping with the restoration.
     
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    I just saw this. didn't know our eagle eye'd members already saw it lol

    Looks like a nice car
     

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    70lt1z28 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    what episode?
     
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    My wife laughs that I can identify 2nd gens on TV by just the smallest detail Even if the year or model is un-identifiable. Just the corner of a piece of window molding or a door handle etc.
     
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    Seen it this current season but have deleted the episodes from my DVR. I am on episode 11 on my saved list which was the 1/24.
    It is in the background on serveral shows before that.
    It one of the few shows that I like, lots of knowledge on there. Many people don't like Mark W. But whatever lol.
    I am an equal 60s/70s muscle car fan.
     
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    If I had a spare six figures and a big bumper Camaro gathering dust I would clone the z28 with all the goodies, twin turbo LS engine and six speed with pro touring suspension. The graphics are the best part. :) I would also have a monster big block with efi that I can switch with, and a collection of different rearends for auto cross and such
    You know, something like some of you lucky and/or hardworking bastards have
    1977-Chevrolet-Camaro-z28.jpg

    I personally think that for the big bumper years, factory ride height was way too high. This car would look so much meaner sitting two inches lower.
     
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    It is one of his best friends car. Mark has actually bought parts off me off ebay for the car.
     

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