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Old 05-13-2013, 08:02 PM   #11
LBreezie

 
Drives: 2012 Camaro 45th anniversary
Join Date: Sep 2012
Location: PA
Posts: 844
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Originally Posted by Hannibal View Post
You have a very solid low value car. This gives you the freedom to do anything you like and you won't kill the value. If this was my car, I would strip it down to the frame and do a resto mod.

Keep that motor and if the rest of the driveline is good, you may want to keep that as well. A TH350 or 400 would work wonderfully in that car btw.

Add disk brakes and suspension upgrades.

The interior is shot so I would have the seats done, get a carpet kit, so on. Clean it up as close to stock as you can get. I would also add the hood with dual inlets and the hood tach. That would be a nice upgrade and will have a factory appearance as well.

Red is a nice color but given that you can do anything you want to this car, I would change it over to blue, black or something a little more aggressive.

No stripes needed on this car. It looks beautiful as it sits.

Get a nice set of stock looking wheels like others have mentioned.

This is a great car for a project though. Do you mind telling me about how much you grabbed it for?
Grabbed the car for $1000 off of my dad. He bought it in the late 80s for $1000 I think. He said he bought the car in Florida where he used to live and drove it all the way to PA. After he cut some of the engine bay to make a big block 455 buick fit inside it, after awhile driving the car he spun the rear axle doing a burnout or something. The car sat in one of his mechanic friends lots rotting outside until one day I he decided to pick the car up and I instantly fell in love with it! One of the best looking muscle cars ever made imo.
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