I figured it might be time to finally post a thread about my Camaro after all the help I’ve received on this forum – all this stuff happened in the past, so I will date it as such, up until the present. 6-3-16 So I have a new project car added to my fleet. It's an '81 Camaro Z28, which my uncle (who lives in LA) bought brand new, so I am the second owner. For years, all the car has done is sat and sat. Looking at the plate, the registration sticker shows 2013, and that was probably just to move it somewhere. Back in 2007, when I was looking for my first car, my uncle had intended to give it to me. An intention my mom may have failed to relay to me - probably for the purposes of wanting me to get something other than a Camaro for my first car. I ended up buying an '86 IROC-Z, so that tactic didn't quite work. Fast forward nine years - my uncle and I finally got around to making good on readying the car for shipment after having discussed for the past few years. The car was picked up on May 30th. Four nights later (6-3-16), it was dropped off in front of my house. The car has the LG4 305, with a whole 165HP and 245 lb-ft of torque - but it does have the 4-speed. My uncle did not buy the 350 simply because it could not be had with a manual (except in Canada). It's got nearly every option other than the 350, though; AC, power windows, t-tops, etc. Mileage isn't really known - my uncle guesses around 120k miles. At some point, he disconnected the speedometer cable (for some reason or another), so the mileage isn't accurate. The car has a bunch of solid '80s or '90s sound equipment - Pyle 8" woofers and 4.5" SEAS midranges (made in Norway) in the rear deck, with a Zapco class AB amplifier mounted to the deck as well. The center console bin also houses a Zapco Pre-amp/equalizer. There are JVC ribbon tweeters in the door, and a Kenwood tape deck that hides behind a fake AM/FM radio cover. Other than that, it's definitely stock. The paint is pretty rough - my uncle went a bit too far with an buffer and burned through all the layers of paint, years ago. Can't say I don't dig the look, though. It has some minor damage on the right side, on the door and the quarter panel, and a little bit of rust on the bottom of the passenger door and under the trunk lip - and rust holes right at the front of the hood. The rest is just surface rust - from what I can tell, the car is pretty solid. Also - on an unrelated note - I take a lot of pictures, so, don't be surprised. ----------- 6-4-16 After getting back from the car show my brother and I attended, I was only able to check the car out a bit and pull it into the garage before storms were coming in. But I did get some preliminary pictures. The fleet, as of June 2016 (RIP Cavalier 3-7-17). Bit of a tight squeeze compared to the other cars. It's 17.3" longer than my Cobalt.