Doing The Job Right

Neil Finegold’s Camaro is Living the Good Life, After 1970s Trauma I originally bought this Camaro in 1993 from a friend who found a couple of Camaros in a boneyard. One of them was pretty beat up and needed a lot of metal work, and I’m not a welder, so we came to an agreement for me to purchase the second one for $3,000, which included everything in his yard that belonged to the ’67. I ended up with parts for Chevelles, Camaros, Novas and even a few Corvair parts. The car started up alright, but it wasn’t drivable. Nothing

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