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1967 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28: Muscle Car Of The Week Episode 274
1967 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28: Muscle Car Of The Week Episode 274
1967 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28: Muscle Car Of The Week Episode 274 1967 saw the introduction of the Chevrolet Camaro, and by mid-year, a hot one called the Z/28 was offered. Z/28 was option code for the Special Performance Package, which packed a high-revving 302 V8, 4-speed manual, 12-bolt rear, 15” wheels, and other upgrades into a basic Camaro turning it into a Trans Am inspired road racer. ...
Hemmings Muscle Machines Magazine Relaunch:  Muscle Car Of The Week Episode 273 V8TV
Hemmings Muscle Machines Magazine Relaunch: Muscle Car Of The Week Episode 273 V8TV
Hemmings Muscle Machines Magazine Relaunch: Muscle Car Of The Week Episode 273 V8TV Many of the cars featured here on Muscle Car Of The Week from The Brothers Collection have enjoyed print coverage in Hemmings Muscle Machines Magazine over the years. Today, Muscle Machines boasts a new look and expanded editorial coverage of the Muscle Car scene, both stock and modified. We take a look at ...


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  • 1969 Camaro Transforms From Big Block to Supercharged LT4 V8 at V8 Speed & Resto Shop

    I really enjoyed this series and it was great watching the project develop. I didn't realise you could take the front panels off separately once they are painted and the firewall reconstruction was a trip! A cars restoration never ends which is what keeps it interesting.

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  • 1968 el Camino Malibu

    1968 el Camino Malibu Thanks Kevin,My hunch is that it's the hole placement on the heads and not a bracket issue.The aircon lines are crimped to length and all that's left now is a little wiring and we're done here.I couldn't see a neater way to route the hoses through the firewall here without them going too close to the headers.I get a lot of satisfaction out of this, especially the problem solving side of things and as always I really appreciate your feedback Kevin.CheersBen

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