My 1971 LS Swapped Pro-Touring Project

Discussion in 'Project Progress' started by 1971CamaroGuy, May 15, 2012.

  1. Hey G

    Hey G Veteran Member

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    Sorry to hear. Your thread is awesome, you've done some great work on your car. Like others have said, your thread is a great reference to use. Just avoid the BS and keep the tech coming.


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    there is a BS section on this forum???

    I can't add much to what the guys above have mentioned ,,,, there are lots of very well documented builds and tons of great tech because of members like you. I genuinely get a smile when I get a subscription email from your thread! please don't let a couple of bad apples get under your skin.

    what ever you decide to do i'm sure we will all support , but please know that most , if not all of us have and will continue to enjoy, admire, and learn from your posts.
     
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    76_TypeLT Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    This forum is about building/fixing/driving 2nd gen Camaros, plain and simple. It's apparent that a lot of people enjoy this thread and use it for motivation, so maybe that will change Dennis' mind about leaving the site.

    This reinforces the idea that there will always be a-holes on the internet. You can't let them dictate your actions.

    Plus, there is the option to ignore users you don't care for.
     
  4. 1971CamaroGuy

    1971CamaroGuy LS Swapped 1971 Camaro

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    It's cool guys, I'm going to lay low for a bit. But I figured I need to at least update the seats that I had done. I may update this thread periodically because I don't want to stop this momentum.

    Picked them up today and got them put in

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    They totally look as if they came from the factory that way. It's great that you have not let the few disgruntled members shy you away from the majority of good folks that enjoy your thread and knowledge of the 2nd gen Camaro's
     
  6. 1971CamaroGuy

    1971CamaroGuy LS Swapped 1971 Camaro

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    Thanks, I know, just needed some time to cool off myself I guess. I like sharing my projects ... it's hard to give that up.
     
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    Those look very comfy Dennis. Nice job.
     
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    Da-bigguy Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    They look fantastic!!
     
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    Those are the best looking seats I've ever seen in a 2nd gen Camaro. They match the interior perfectly. I bet 300ZX seats are going to be a little harder to come by now. Excellent job!
     
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    They look good! Some aftermarket seats are too big, in my opinion, these look like they belong in the car!
     

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