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Old 04-18-2020, 10:20 PM
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First class example(s) of giving back to the hobby. I thank you guys very much.
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Now if we could just get the same setup for 67’s and 69’s.
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Now if we could just get the same setup for 67s and 69s.
And 70s
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Thank you to everyone involved in this fantastic idea and exhaustive piece of work. Yes, sign me up for the book version.

Trying to find a specific post in that thread for me usually involved an hour of scrolling for each topic I was looking into. Untold hours have been spent doing that. This, this gives me part of my life back going forward!!!!! Thanks again.

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Old 04-19-2020, 06:52 PM
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I followed along during their initial posts and restoration and it kept me glued to my computer. An amazing amount of step by step information and detailed photographs were provided at every step of the way. Chick was instrumental in my thought process during the Yenko restoration and detailed photos. I agree with the others, turn it into a book. I think it will sell quite nicely and in your case Chick, the hard work is already done, just needs to be edited and tuned into a book.
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By the way I printed out that entire thread and it is two 3 3 ring binders full of paper.
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Is there anybody who uses my car to buy sound insulation materials on this site?

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I felt I should take a moment to thank Steve, Chick, and anyone else who has had their hand in this thread. I have come back to this more times than I can count.

I realize this takes a ton of work, above and beyond the heavy lifting in a restoration of this magnitude.

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Can someone confirm 68 Camaro Fenders as One Year Only ???

Any opinions on Current Value Of NOS 68 Camaro Fenders ?
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