I'm looking to get my hands on a 1969 or 1967 Camaro. I would
prefer a project car. I have been looking everywhere and I can't seem
to find any. All the camaros I have found are all restored and
selling for high $$$. Anyway, if anyone can let me know where I
might be able to find a good 69/67 project camaro I would greatly
I am in Ontario, Canada but would be willing to make a trip to the
states or pay to have it shipped up.
Any advice anyone can give this newbie would be greatly
Thanks in advance,
Ping for Charles Bendig!
He has one that's a real project and might be able to help with parts.
He collects and sells rare parts, and just acquired this Camaro. But, I mean
it's a project!
If the price is right, and with his help. You can make a beauty. His prices
are fair and his advice is always cheerily and freely given.
I Just got the 68 Camaro Delivered to my shop Yesterday. As well as
picked up a few parts for it at the swap meet this weekend.
The car has been partially sand blasted before, and was never primed or
seal coated, just left bare. Since my landlord sandblasts cars I am going to
have him clean it up, and finsh blasting it. Then atleast put it in sealer
I also have some data to collect about the car. Once I have that, I
will try to file the paper work for a lost title. If I get a title, I can
go to Dealer Services at ADS and work with their export broker to see what
it will cost to transfer the car to Canada properly, with all the correct
Then I can give a price, including shipping to the border.
You may get lucky but I think the days of cheap 60's Camaros have been gone
for a while. Has anyone noticed prices going up even on early 80's Z28's? It
seems like 5 years ago they were worth nearly nothing, regardless of
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