70-78 Camaros Anyone?

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Brycelink

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I know this might not seem like a big deal, but my Camaro, "Kristen" has been in the shop for almost a year, this being after nearly two years of my borther, myself, and my dad working on it, and she's just got out. :D
 
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Well what year is it?

The 70 to 72s are great.... 73 is ok... 74 to 78 is kind of like the time when everything got choked down power wise but the bodystyle isn't that bad. By 1974 any of the fast pony car and muscle cars were pretty well wimpified. I've got this great big book on Muscle cars and it lists every muscle car for every year and it is pretty strict it only lists the fastest of the pony cars and by 1973 the list is tiny.
 

Angryredneck

Resident gun toting hick
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I used to have a '78 T/A. Sure it's bogged down with emissions, but it was exempt, so you can do whatever you want with it. Who would own a 30 year old stock car anyways, unless it's a classic original for show? Even then the engine will be rebuilt anyways.........It's very easy to build them up, so it really doesn't matter at this point.........

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