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My 1969 Z28 10 10 paint JL8 back in 1981 in Stanley Park B.C.
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I knew this car from the orignal owner Saunders from Richmond B.C. I took this picture at the Autorama Vancouver car show in 1983, He was selling it for $17.000 OBO The car was never driven in rain and 16000 orignal miles orignal flawless paint right down to the orig tiger paws, Today this would be a true bench mark car...Who knew??? Have no idea where it is today.
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When it was still new to us. October 2004.

I honestly don't see myself ever wanting to put the Rallys back on it. Two of them are destined for the front of the Chevelle (That has 15x8s all around and the fronts rub on turns a lot)
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This is when I was young and foolish!
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Nice Chevelle pictures! Love the custom dual snorkel. Early car as well.
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My 1st 69 Camaro in the water box at San Diego Stadium Drags early 80's

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My w-30 the day it came out of the dealer in '69 and some race day shots. It was at the track by spring of '70
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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: ssl78</div><div class="ubbcode-body">My 1970 Challenger in 1974. It had to have air shocks and snow tires
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John, I was nervous a bit when you changed the clutch in my 70 challenger (considering you surround yourself with so so many chevy's), I never knew you had so many mopars in your past. I knew about the 68/69 r/t convert 4spd but never this car!
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Awesome pictures, were these taken in Wisconsin?

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: stritestoration</div><div class="ubbcode-body">My w-30 the day it came out of the dealer in '69 and some race day shots. It was at the track by spring of '70 </div></div>
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Wow, just saw that the original photo album (which was how this post began) sold for $206! Hope the car's current owner ended up with it!

http://ebay.to/2i8FsWV

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