I have been procrastinating doing this for sometime, figure I better not wait any longer both on posting this project and time of the year, I am in Mesa arizona and our winter is actually the best time to do things, because when we hit June we have to close the doors, turn the A/C on and hide from the sweltering sun for about 5 months. Anyway a bit about the 70 Camaro that is going to get the restored is a well abused 1970 1/2 made in Los Angeles Ca and spent its life in between California and Arizona, so there is minimal rust except in the areas that ALWAYS have rust no matter where you are in the world. After months, the camaro finally got its stall in the garage, I might ad, as the shell of the camaro was stripped outside of it well abused 350 and th350, sold down the road to some poor individual that was going to put it in his 80’s trans am.(good luck to that). The doors, front fenders were stripped from the shell and the body work was done, except for the fenders, which ended up needing to be replaced because they were twisted from the accident the previous owner never told me about. I bought the car under the mistaken truth that the upper and lower valance and hood were stolen, unbenounced to me when I finally found out the truth, at least to what I can surmise is the car was wrecked in the front enough to tweek the frame horn on the driver side. Yes the sub frame has since been replaced. One good thing out of this is the car came with a Heidt’s Front suspension already installed. LOL, saved some money there. Ha ha So now the car is in the garage and almost completely stripped and is in progress of getting a Quick Performance differential. Here are some pics.