Nice! I've got a 72 Camino also. Same here. Don't really care what my vehicles look like. So far I've only painted one car in my life & it was a driveway DIY. So not the greatest. First "mod" on the burb is going to be a seat out of something. The original bench us so worn out I had to stuff pillows under the cover to drive it home so I didn't have to lean on the door for 4.5 hours. Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
I also thought people were painting chrome up until a decade or so ago. My '69 GMC 396/402 had nothing but chrome for a grill. I mean love bugs punched through easier than aluminum foil. All of the steel had rusted out from under the chrome. So I'm not sure whether I want to replace this one with chrome or plain stamped steel. Current grill has some rust and some bondo patch areas. Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
This one was a base model, so no chrome other than door handles. Plain stamped steel grill. She needs some work, but I was able to drive it from the middle of Mississippi to the FL panhandle trouble free. Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
I don't think it needs any explanation as to why I would want free flowing intake and exhaust = benefits all the way around. The keeping it quiet? Chris nailed that one - I don't want to hear loud exhaust all of the time. This is my dd and I put a lot of miles on it. When you've been around loud shit your entire life and already have tinnitus, loud ain't fun all of the time.
Sounds good. After my current repairs and mods I'll be looking into intake and exhaust. Just not sure what route I'll go yet. As free flowing as possible with minimal noise. Does it really matter where I sent this from?
Ordered the majority of needed parts to repair the failed AFM/DOD lifter and delete said AFM/DOD. Blackbear efiLive v2, AFM delete kit, cam, timing chain, ls2 chain damper, etc. A little over $2,200. Still a few more parts to aquire : water pump, oil pump, etc.
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