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Discussion in 'Project Progress' started by evesautomotive, Feb 19, 2009.
It looks like 3 disgusting looking bugs.
Looks like some kind of nuts...
I'm impressed! looks like a really nice project for his first car! I wish there where deals like that around here! Wow!
Looks good man, congrats on the purchase and all the fun you and your son are gonna have restoring it! A nice plus to have those hard-to-find '78-only Type LT emblems, the turn signal crosshairs, and it still has the roof drip moldings. Nice score!
Looks like great project. I'm doing a 79 Z with my 16 y/o and it's been expensive and a lot of hard work but you can't put a price on "quality" time spent with your kids. Plus the pride of building his first car with his Dad is pretty special, too. Nothing brings a Father and son together like a few busted knuckles, a little blood, and a few trips to the salvage yard!
Glad to see you and your son workin on this... I started on my Camaro with my dad back in the mid 90's. Wouldnt trade those days for anything, nor would I trade the Camaro, to great of sentimental value to me.
Now i get to work on it with my son (well sorta, he's 3, and i dont get much done), but we love it anyway.
Take a look in the "California" members section, there are a few of us around the Central Valley area. In fact, I was in Sac on Saturday with my dad buying a truck.
Ha, acorns. Yes...I did get rid of them.
Bummer...I respect your imput and when properly funded I will get rid of it. Any suggestions as to an inexpensive alternative?
I do enjoy rebuilding this for my boy. Lot of money though.
As a matter of fact I am thinking of modding the instrument panel.
It is a 350...per vin. Haven't really matched numbers off of block but I'm almost positive it is the same engine.
Sweet first car! my 79 was my first car i bought it when I was 16 i am now 18. Makes you feel good to know you pretty much built your first car.
Sure, good ones come up on the Parts For Sale section of this forum. A 14" round one is hard to beat, especially if it comes with a K&N filter element. They're not hard to find. eBay is another option, as are local swap meets.