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Discussion in '1970 - 1973 Specific' started by creeker70, Nov 25, 2017.
Factory fender will look like this.
The question I have then is who restored the car? You were one of the previous owners and know all the history. At the point of restoration the rad support and fender were changed out, what was the mileage when it was sold by you? Finding the 31,000 mile claim hard to believe if there has been at least a fender and rad support changed.
It was said that Jerry MacNeish inspected it. I would like to see his report. His inspections are not always positive. While he is an acknowledged 1st gen expert, I am not sure of his 2nd gen credentials, but if I can see some of these things from a somewhat distant and fuzzy photo I hope he did.
Everybody knows JM "Walks On Water" ...............I'll stick with Mike Steitz and Scott Kiehne for
my 1970 Camaro inspections !!!!!!!!!!
One is for sure on this site-lots of extremely knowledgable folks to help with ascertaining a 2nd gens' true heritage! I enjoyed the lighthearted amusement with OP grammar (or lack thereof lol) and the OP gracious and humorous outlook on it too! Most people would get all butt/hurt about the comments and thats part of what makes the bantering on this site great! No egoes allowed! Carry on....I'm enjoying this discussion!
Ask Frank Arone sometime on his opinion of JM.
When I mentioned JM's name to a well known car guy, he just laughed.
There are a lot of good people on here with a wealth of knowledge, some with more than me as far as I'm concerned. That's what make this site great in finding what's correct or not.
I have no personal experiences with JM. I know 2nd Gens aren't his strong point so I'm sure there's details he's unaware of. I've been studying/researching 1970 & early 2nd Gens for 20 years and still continue to learn new things.
^^^Seems those with the most knowledge/experience are also the most humble when it comes to claiming their expertise....
I KNOW that when I gather with the past and present Camaro Natl's 2nd Gen
judges AND a few who have never been official "judges" there is a great deal
of 70-73 Camaro knowledge..... I consider myself to be a enthusiast who has
been fortunate enough to travel over the past 25 years and met so many of