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Hi all, I am Juice,,my nick name there, from Ft. Worth. I am currently working on a 1980 Camaro, Just dropped in a 1975 Model Tranny in it today. A 350 Turbo. I my car is in bad shape, a previous owner decided to destroy finders and let the front end get really bad. I have decided to get Z28 fenders for it, the doner car was a 1978, I like that look better.. And a new Front nose.

I am nuts about Camaros,, 2nd Gen mostly.

I am a body builder,, on the side..
 

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Hi all, I am Juice,,my nick name there, from Ft. Worth. I am currently working on a 1980 Camaro, Just dropped in a 1975 Model Tranny in it today. A 350 Turbo. I my car is in bad shape, a previous owner decided to destroy finders and let the front end get really bad. I have decided to get Z28 fenders for it, the doner car was a 1978, I like that look better.. And a new Front nose.

I am nuts about Camaros,, 2nd Gen mostly.

I am a body builder,, on the side..

Welcome to the site... :welcome: Great to have you with us.. :thumbup: I knew you where a body builder.. I spent 20+ years with the Juice... :mwink: :mwink: You should know what I mean.. :mwink:
 

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Hi all, I am Juice,,my nick name there, from Ft. Worth. I am currently working on a 1980 Camaro, Just dropped in a 1975 Model Tranny in it today. A 350 Turbo. I my car is in bad shape, a previous owner decided to destroy finders and let the front end get really bad. I have decided to get Z28 fenders for it, the doner car was a 1978, I like that look better.. And a new Front nose.

I am nuts about Camaros,, 2nd Gen mostly.

I am a body builder,, on the side..
I now have another Camaro, It is a 1978 Z28 model. I have not started working on it yet, I will post pics of both my 1980 and my 1978Z28. I am eager to get the 78 on the road. It has a 350 engine, with 2 barrel carb. not sure if I will keep that configuration, but for now I will. I am in the process of trying to get off the current rims,, They have ALL Lock Lugs, and no key. The guy I got it from looked everywhere, and could not find it. I have to figure out how to remove them, and not destroy the studs. Will update when I start working on my 78 model. I am going to give my 1980 to my son who is turning 20 soon. He will enjoy it I know.
 
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