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Steve Barndt
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« on: December 11, 2011, 12:07:18 PM »

I am at the point of trying to get my head back in to this Camaro that has been sitting in my garage since 1984. It is VIN 124377N126027. I may have listed it here at some point in the past. I have a tendency to look past the Camaro and fool around with Harleys. It is part of my youth and my sons have been suggesting that I put it back together before I die on them. If the VIN is listed here so be it, if not and you want the rest of the data off it I will oblige. When together it is a Deepwater Blue 1967 SS/RS. I have had it since January of 1969 but after 74 it has spent its life in a barn before I brought it home. Though low in milage its not a peach. I have most of the necessary items to keep it numbers correct should I choose to do so. I am glad to see a site like this still existing after over a decade and will most likely lurk my way through it grabbing information where I need it.

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« Reply #1 on: December 11, 2011, 02:11:33 PM »

Post some pictures, both now and back in the day, if you have them.
Sounds like a great project!
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« Reply #2 on: December 11, 2011, 04:45:17 PM »

I remember emailing you about your car. You provided data on it 12 1/2 years ago!
Sometimes it's just an inertia thing. Get started and things start to happen! Smiley
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« Reply #3 on: December 11, 2011, 10:19:16 PM »

wow, that long. I remember I took some pictures of where the subframe mounts were screwed up in the manufacturing process for someone but I dont know where they went either. The car has sat for so long partially because I couldnt decide what to do with it. I had it stock and frankly it was a pain in the butt on anything but a staight line. I modified it a lot in the time I used it. All these years later I found myself torn between the numbers and a car that handled decently...so it sat and I played with Harleys. It has kind of become a local "legend car" and every other year or so someone stops in and offers to take it off my hands and tells me why it cant be a true SS and must be a clone. Anyway I am in the homework phase of this now and will most likely begin to step into the money pit after the new year. I do have some "in the day" pictures of it parked and on Maple Grove's dragstrip. If/when I figure out how to translate those things to digital I will post them. I'm way to ashamed to send current pictures of it.

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« Reply #4 on: December 12, 2011, 09:00:12 AM »

Steve, well at least you are starting in the direction of progress...that's usually the biggest step. Best of luck in your restoration.
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