I figured I'd start a project thread for my 1975 Camaro. I bought my car when I was 21 living in PA, I remember when I test drove it the car actually broke down. It had been sitting in a garage for 3 years and the battery would not hold a charge and the car just stalled out about a mile from the previous owners house. We settled on $2000 cash and I drove the car home 2 days later. I drove the hell out the car for a couple of years, and the motor that was in the car let go on one of it's many "fun" runs. So replacing the engine was the only thing I really did to it. That is until I got out of college and landed a steady job managing a dairy farm. I went through most of the suspension and some other goodies and one of my best friends wanted it in his wedding. Fast forward to now after many moves and jobs the car always came with me. I decided that I could afford to do the car the way I wanted, I talked it over with my wife and she was on board with me as long as it did not get out of hand. My budget is modest but more than adequate for what I have in mind. We recently sold our house and are moving out of the area where all of the work in the pictures took place. Instead of a 10 minute commute I am looking at an hour but we are going to be so much happier. We were living in a 2 family house with family members and decided it was time to move on. Now that we sold our house I am in an extended stay until we close on the new place which means that the car is in storage. The body is in decent shape but the rockers and lower quarters will need attention. The roof will need some attention also because at some point in it's life a sunroof was installed and I just hate the way it looks. In this last picture you can see the sunroof and also on the hood where the previous owner had put too tall of an air cleaner on the car and closed the hood.