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Title: Camaros in AACA museum
Post by: maroman on January 26, 2014, 03:46:29 PM
As some of you know I live close to the AACA museum. There's a new exhibit that started this week for custom cars. One of the customs is Ken Faust's red custom '67, think that how to spell his name. It was built about 20 years ago and is still incredible. It was dubbed the most beautiful Camaro by one of the major magazine .  There's also a red survivor '68 SS350 with white interior, very nice original car. I think I remember it being at the Md. show a few years ago. If you are in the Hershey area take a look. As always AACA members get free admission.
Title: Re: Camaros in AACA museum
Post by: lakeholme on January 26, 2014, 06:58:43 PM
Doug, looks like a great exhibit.  Thanks for sharing. Make some pictures for us! Please!  ;D
(We're flying to the annual meeting in Philly, so no way to get there before it closes at the end of April...)
BTW, how much snow is on the ground at Hershey this week?

Here's a LINK to the Museum Website ( about this exhibit.