After some time off I’ve decided to jump back into it full steam ahead and not look back. Carter Hickman and I have been talking about this car for over 2 years now and it’s finally time that I start sharing the pictures and the build up of what should be a pretty cool car. The goal with this car is to build a car that anyone can build but of course put all of my little idea’s into that will set it apart from the crowd.
My goal is to teach you what I have learned from my last build www.syborgtwinturbo.com and show you how to save money or in some instances and spend more just because you “need ” to have the coolest parts on the planet.
The platform for the this build is of course a 1970 Camaro. Why because parts are readily available and that is important if your building on a budget. The goal would be to find the cleanest car you can find and one that needs the least amount of body work. That being said Ron Wilson from www.hoodpins.net helped me find this little gem in California. He has had a long history with the car and it seems like a pretty solid car.
Looking back at old pictures is always fun. What is really cool is when you fast forward 18 years and some things
haven’t changed. This is true for the 70 Camaro Ron from www.hoodpins.com was able to locate for me. I know in the last pictures the car was cream in color and this picture it’s blue. Shortly after Doug (2nd owner) brought the car home he repainted it and swapped in a 383 Stroker motor. Here is a picture of the car after he repainted it looks pretty good.