Greetings, gentlemen. Let me be frank, I am not a "car guy", but I have for years been restoring ancient motorcycles of all kinds, from an MZ TS250 (my namesake) to Suzuki GT750 "water buffalo", so wrenching is not at all foreign to me, I do maintain our cars and my truck as much as I can. Anyhow, I was recently offered this 1981 Camaro from the original owner, 57k miles, NO RUST, never saw rain or snow. Beautiful inside and out, as you can see in the pics. The only real issue is it has been sitting since 2006, albeit in a clean garage, most of the tires still had all the air in them. I changed the oil, which was still honey colored, filter and battery today (just got the car home yesterday) new plugs, wires and fuel filter will be next, and a complete carb rebuild or replace, haven't quite decided which yet. The gas smells just like old gas always does, so I'll be siphoning that out as well. Hoses, belts and wiring are not cracked and still pliable, I really don't think the car needs all that much to run, it does crank with the key (which won't come out of the ignition, but that's a minor annoyance that can wait). It even has factory AC, which is neat, but also lame, since it's really just in the way right now. I'm really curious to see what fun the CCC has to offer me, I really wish the PO had splurged on his Camaro JUST one year earlier, but I am not about to complain, especially since literally gave me the car for free. Yes, FREE. Title stamped and handed to me just like that. Please don't hate me. Anyhow, I have a motorcycle project to finish, then I'll be into this thing full time, I'd like to have it driving by springtime. I'll be around to ask the few questions that google can't answer, and any input from the brain trust here is greatly appreciated, even smart-ass comments, as long as they are at least kind of funny.