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djdad’s 1967 Chevrolet Camaro

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  • GthePromoter
    Thanks for checking out my project, have your friend check out the www.nastyz28.com board if he hasn't yet...it's a huge help. Nice fleet of Camaro's you have, can't wait to see the 67 together...my friend just picked up a 67 project that we'll have to get posted up here soon.
  • WhiteboysZ28
    whats up dude well I traded my 95 ultra Z camaro & got my 67 Ive always wanted ,check it out im going to start disasembling this fall & have her back rolling by the spring lots of plans little money , LOL stop by & check it out I have a great start.Yours is looking good. JOSH
  • ThePhoenix
    Hey, thanks for the comment. I like the SLP LoutMouth a lot. Makes for a nice sound on a daily driver. I liked Sierra Vista. I just moved to Phoenix to go to UTI though, so I'm up here looking around for something to do. You know of any good car clubs around here?
  • camaroman77
    hey man I found out what it is. Head gaskets typically fail at the weakest point, which is the thinnest area between adjacent cylinders. The gasket cracks or burns through, allowing compression to leak between the cylinders. This causes a drastic drop in power that is hard to ignore. The engine may still run, but very poorly. If the gasket leaks coolant, it may cause the engine to overheat. Coolant in the crankcase or cylinder is also not a good thing to have because it dilutes the oil and accelerates wear. If enough coolant leaks into a cylinder, it may even "hydrolock" the engine preventing it from turning over when you attempt to start it.
  • chimmychongaz
    Wow. That is a very nice collection of Camaro's you have there!
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