QuaTTro Posted May 5, 2021 Report Share Posted May 5, 2021 So it appears that this year I'll be getting my father's 1968 Camaro Base V8 (327, 2brl, 3sp on floor). He's the original owner and it was the car I learned to drive manual in. Overall its just a survivor car with minimal updates. I updated all suspension and brakes many years ago, as well as the ignition. Just things to make it safely driveable on a regular basis. The car starts and runs anytime you want it to. Interior is all original (blue) and showing it's age, especially on the door panels. There is the typical rust in the rear wheel arches and some surface rust on the hood, but overall in good shape. Now that I'll be taking ownership, I'm debating what to do with it. I don't have the budget for a crazy restoration and it's not an original SS or RS car anyway. Just a basic V8 car. Just getting the conversation started here because so many of you know these old American muscle cars better than me. Sometimes I think about making a track car out of it, and other times I think I'll just repair the rust and get a basic paint job so it looks decent and drive around town occassionally. What are your thoughts and advice? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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