The first car is a '69 TA I bought in Tijuana, Mex for $500 in Mar 1980 when I was a young 22 year-old punk in the US Navy. I'll tell you all about that adventure when I'm not tired and fumbling around on the keyboard. I looked for pictures of the '70 Boss 302, but can't find them right now and the "Old Battleaxe" is asleep upstairs and I don't want to open the gates of hell by making noise looking for them just now (I'll post them in a day or two). The '69 Camaro was a base coupe barn find that I bought 3 years ago here in Ohio from the original owner. It was a rare 6-cylinder with a 3-on-the-tree shifter, but rusted all to hell and not financially feasible. I sold it to a hillbilly who had welding skills and planned to make it into yet another uninteresting big block phony SS...yawn. It was full of snake skins as the local rat snakes liked to use it as a house and bathroom (it had a wonderfully pungent smell that kept my long-suffering wife out of the garage, so that alone made it worth the money that I wasted on it). I actually toyed with the idea of having the floors and rockers in the '69 replaced and keeping the super-patina-ed (is that a word?) look intact, then driving it to shows and watching the reactions...I sort-of regret not following through with that sick plan (keeping Froggy "crusty" is paying semi-homage to that lost '69). The last photo is the '68 RS I bought from a Craigslist ad in Hartford, CT. It was another very rusty 6-cylinder with a 3-on-the-tree (are we starting to see signs of true mental illness here...I would certainly hope so), and next to it is a rust-free '68 Firebird body that I bought from a CL-Phoenix ad and paid dearly to have shipped to Columbus, then sold 2 years later at a loss when I discovered how much it was going to cost to resurrect it as a rebodied '68 Camaro (that was right before I bought the rust-bucket '69...duh!). Lesson learned...buy relatively solid cars from the West, you big dummy! PS...the super-handsome little boy in the photos is my son Little Alex...the absolute greatest joy I will ever have on this earth...thanks God!