'67 Camaro RS Restoration - Your comments answered pt1

We posted, you responded now we address your thoughts! AND Start the engine at last!

1y ago
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Our 1967 Camaro RS restoration is slowly starting to pick up, we got the engine running! (sort of) A few things still need to be done before we start tearing it apart, First; make a plan of how we're going to rebuild it (and film it!), Now, we're responding to your suggestions from that post:

From rolled fenders, through roll-cages and wheel choices all the way to wacky engine swaps, we read your suggestions and tell you what we think about them!

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Comments (16)

  • As long as its not filled with 999 batteries and a dull buzzing electronic motor, Im happy. 😎

      11 months ago
  • The classic nois of pure power love it it's gonna look amazing can't wait

      11 months ago
  • Restomod it, in pro touring fashion!

      11 months ago
  • Personally I would keep it stock: There are so many modified muscle cars out there that the stock ones are in my view rarer and more unique, but either way, let's see it back on the road!

      1 year ago
    • Part of us agrees, another part wants to eek out a bit more performance out of it, especially in the engine, suspension and brakes department.

        11 months ago
  • When this motor rolled down the proverbial Production Line, Janis Joplin and Jimmy Hendrix were still alive; the US had yet to put a Man on the Moon; the Berlin Wall had yet to be built; and Identify Politics - invented by the left - were yet to be exploited.

    Fast forward to TODAY and one realises, rather swimmingly, why would any person in their right or left brain, want leaf springs, carburettors, and (4) forward speeds...?

    Why not just go back to the horse and buggy?? Why not have bomb shelters in your backyard; or Air Raid sirens as a daily wake-up call... Recall hiding under your desk for rather profound reasons of Nuclear Winter?

    Ya can have a 60s icon w/out having to drive 60s technology. Or more importantly, be able to stop at the end of said drive: drum brakes in 2020?? Lol

      11 months ago
    • Ahahaha, thanks for the support! The plan very much is to keep the spirit of the car but add some modern touches to drag its performance squarely into the 21st century.

        11 months ago
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