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Old 11-21-2004, 07:24 PM
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Hey Guys im restoring a 81 camaro the engine and tranny are strong but the interior and body are not so good does anyone know where i could find pics of cars that have been restored from junk or have any of u done this?

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Old 11-21-2004, 09:49 PM
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What do you consider junk? Just look through a few of the photo albums or project journals here. I'm sure you'll find an example of junk turned to gold with a little work.
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MOST of the cars done in my shop were turned down by the "PRO" restorers as junk.. Many have since been feature cars. One mans trash is another mans treasure!
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There yee go

pick any one of 'em, they're all great. I especially like Willy's and the 38 DeSoto

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