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Discussion in 'Competition Camaros' started by k wright, Aug 7, 2017.

  1. k wright

    k wright Veteran Member

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    After a long absence I'm back and enjoying working on my cars again. This is a link to my GT-1 car project. It has been in storage for 16 years but is running again.

    I'll update the photos with this link as I make progress.

    https://sway.com/0OcYieDPIQ4mTKk4?ref=Link&loc=play
     
  2. jimrr

    jimrr Veteran Member

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    Uber Cool!!!!
     
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  4. k wright

    k wright Veteran Member

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    DSC_0852.jpg The car fit right in with others at the show. Just a great night!
     
  5. BARNFIND

    BARNFIND Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Although I also live in Johnson City I have not gotten to the Elizabethton Cruise much this year. But I do remember seeing the yellow Camaro that was at Elizabethton that I think you are talking about. I wish I would have been there that night in Sept so I could have seen your car. It looks BAD ASS. Maybe next year!
     
  6. BARNFIND

    BARNFIND Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Is this the car that made you want to work on your Camaro?
    Cheverra.jpg
     
  7. k wright

    k wright Veteran Member

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    That is one of the cars that inspired me. The initial car that prompted to buy my first Camaro was in the movie "Gumball Rally". The car that I saw at the car show in Elizabethton that made me want to get this race car out of storage is a '55 Chevy stock car that is painted red. Herb Adams owns the yellow Camaro that pictured above. He is a retired GM engineer that worked for Pontiac. He keeps the car in the warehouse adjacent to the Borla factory locally.
     
  8. BARNFIND

    BARNFIND Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Yes, I have seen both of those cars at the Elizabethton Cruise. I also remember many years ago when Herb Adams and Dick Guldstrand each built a Camaro for a Magazine " Shoot out", they each had very different opinions on how to make the car handle.
     

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