I know this is not camaro related..... but I know some of you were in the" Nam" during 1965 thru 1974. And for you younger guys, you can see what these brave men had to endure. Vietnam Lost Films. The Beginnings ( 1964 - 1965 ) 1/6 Terry P. S. How many times have we heard of the servicemen coming home and buying a camaro...and many never came home.. and I heard of many, and know of at least one '69 Z28 which sat in his parents carport for many years.... in the last '70's, still waiting for the return that never happened.... It was a gorgeous azure with black vinyl top car.. that was one of the first Z28's I'd ever seen with the smog still intact, and I have no idea now what happened to it.. and forgive me for this one.. but in October of '69, while I was in the USAF, I ordered a lime green roadrunner HT... and I don't know where it is now either.
You wouldnt have been stationed in Texas by chance around the 69-73 time frame?
[/quote My 69 Z was stationed in El Paso Texas (Ft. Bliss) 1969/1970. Azure turquoise/black stripes/white interior