« Last post by 67jeffreyt on March 26, 2017, 01:51:21 AM »
Thanks guys, at least I know what colors for the outside, now I'm just curious how the black deluxe interior would have been.
The owner of the car reached out to me the last time it was for sale. I offered my opinion at his request and informed him of all the issues I found with the car. He stated he had gotten a differing opinion from a known Camaro expert/ business in MI. It was not HBC just for clarification.
Quote from: juliosz;1346735I looked at the car a couple of weeks ago. Owner is a nice guy and very accommodating. I too had concerns with the tag as well as I could not find a VIN anywhere on the block. Several small items missing that would add up. Console and gauges added according to owner. Camaro expert referenced in his description is Richard Maksym (Coast 2 Coast Camaro) who also did much of the work. Paint is really nice overall and interior needs minor sorting out. I am not 100% sure the tag is a problem and I was less concerned with the POP. The car however presented me with more questions than answers so the search goes on for me.
Knoch did a 67 pad for me last year and it took them two times to get it right, but they did finally nail it. They can recover you original metal core or provide you with their plastic core. I had them replace the original speed nut studs with threaded studs. They will not do so if not asked.X2 on Just Dashes! Hopefully they have it going good now but before the dashes looked over stuffed or bloated. Good point on the threaded stud.
Just Dashes must have improved their manufacturing if their pads look as good as Knock's. The Just Dashes pads I've seen were very bloated and easily spotted. I'd have to see their latest work before I dropped any coin on one.
Both look like they were done with the same gang stamp.