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    Amazing collection of 2nd Gen Camaros

    More pics here:
    http://www.nastyz28.com/forum/showthread.php?t=168544

    Think there's any single model collections of J-tin out there?










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    there's a few firebirds in there for flavor too!

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    Three! 75 T/A, 73 Formula 400, and 77 Formula 400? :tu:

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    Re: Amazing collection of 2nd Gen Camaros

    Quote Originally Posted by ben
    Think there's any single model collections of J-tin out there?
    Yes. Just not that nice.

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    Heh, I had a friend link me to this story. There's a few four-speed G-bodies in there. :tu:

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    There's a burgundy '78 Impala 2-door on dog dishes next to that cop car camaro, and there aren't any pictures of it. ops: :cry: This makes me :evil: .

    The 4-speed Montes are kind of cool- one of my bigger automotive regrets was not buying a burgundy/red interior factory 4-speed '78 Monte Carlo that showed up at a local car donation auction. It ran, it moved, I didn't know how to drive a manual and didn't have enough money. I had a friend who was going to go in 50/50 on it with me, but he got cold feet and chickened out last minute. It sold for $600 and likely received 24" wheels in Pontiac.

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    You know, there was a one year only 5-speed Monte option (V8 ?). I can't remember what year-maybe 1980. You could also get the Monte with the Grand National 231 Turbo V-6. Rare one... :wink:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stationwagonguy
    There's a burgundy '78 Impala 2-door on dog dishes next to that cop car camaro, and there aren't any pictures of it. ops: :cry: This makes me :evil: .

    The 4-speed Montes are kind of cool- one of my bigger automotive regrets was not buying a burgundy/red interior factory 4-speed '78 Monte Carlo that showed up at a local car donation auction. It ran, it moved, I didn't know how to drive a manual and didn't have enough money. I had a friend who was going to go in 50/50 on it with me, but he got cold feet and chickened out last minute. It sold for $600 and likely received 24" wheels in Pontiac.
    I love those Montes. I remember buying a 79 Monte Carlo, back in 88 for about $500... black with red velour interior and Keystone Classics chrome wheels. It ran great, till the brakes gave out. My girl's parents neighbors had an 80 Monte Carlo sitting in their backyard for the longest time. I asked them about it, and they said they were going to let it go for about $350 or so... but I slept on it, now it's gone.

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    Here's my contribution!



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    my favorite body style of all the camaros!! you think he'd just donate one of the black ones to me, just out of the kindness of his heart? come on, he wouldn't miss just one, would he? 8)

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