82 El Camino First Car

Texas82GP

Texas82GP

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Welcome to the site from Houston. I admire your ambition and how much talent you have at such a young age. Cool car! Good luck with the transmission.
 
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Wagonman100

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Nice work. I wish I had those fab skills when I was 17.
 
roger1

roger1

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Sundancer

Sundancer

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Greetings from Nassau County, NY................Amazing in every aspect. I love the fact that you are young and have this talent and hobby to restore this car. The car btw is beautiful, don't stop and don't stop posting pictures.......
 
g3chevy

g3chevy

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Nice Camino! You and your family definitely have mad skills when it comes to cars. Great thread, thanks for sharing.
 
Turbo Zach

Turbo Zach

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Keep up the good work! With your skill sets you will never go hungry.
 
Longroof79

Longroof79

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Welcome aboard!
With your advanced skills, you could teach some of us old timers a thing or two. Having a dad that can teach you these skills at a young age is priceless. I envy you in that respect. Awesome work.
 
CaliWagon83

CaliWagon83

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Dang, man...Jumping in with both feet at 17! I think we might be looking at the next Bill Carlton or Dave Kindig! Have you thought about eventually opening up your own shop?
 

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