Thanks Steve. It will outlast us if we have anything to say about it. We intend for it to live inside the garage for the rest of our lives, and hopefully afterward. We hope it will be like some of those really old restorations you see on the TV shows. You know, old horseless carriages that were restored in the 30's and still survive.The Camaro is going to last longer than the originals did from factory.....
Thanks Kevin. I really appreciate it.Looking really good Jared!
Thanks man. The Camaro is almost finished. They are never finished, so call it almost substantially complete. LOL. Progress is good on the Galaxie. I think we may have them both 'finished' by the end of the year. I plan on hitting the GP hard this fall and winter. That was the plan last fall but I fell ill and suffered a major medical event and that ate up the cool months of the year. Once I got to feeling better I was needed again on Dad's project so it will likely be September or later before I get back on the GP. It's in a storage and its just too hot until the fall.Impressive! Great work. Such talent between you and bother father. I look forward to updates on the camaro, Galaxy and GP.. Keep the updates coming and best of luck
Thanks Jack. The fact that some of you are enjoying the thread really makes it worth posting it. I'm also enjoying going back and reliving the journey.Very nice work, Jared.
Of course you had shown me pics of Sean's car before, but now I can appreciate the amount of painstaking work that went into it.
Well worth the effort..I love it. Thanks for sharing the details and a little history of what went into the build.
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