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Great question!

I seem to recall that it was on the low side.

Great detail shot of the '64 in your sig!

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Ok thank you. Im thinking about buying one and he had the engine rebuilt and he said its set to 15 lbs of boost. And thanks LS6. Its actually up for sale if your interested lol. Corvette 283 and an M22....mmmmmm tasty

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Ok thank you. Im thinking about buying one and he had the engine rebuilt and he said its set to 15 lbs of boost. And thanks LS6. Its actually up for sale if your interested lol. Corvette 283 and an M22....mmmmmm tasty

Nice combo!

Got pics to post?

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Very cool, but I'm sure it would be better if I fixed the sound on my machine. :rolleyes:

Still, it's great to see a Chevy smallblock rocking a car from side to side!

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My cameras speaker is $h!ty...and my mom wasnt willing to go brave the fumes spewing from the tail end lol. I'll take a waaaay better video soon.

Here are a couple of pics to tide you over

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WHOA!

I didn't even know it was a Camino until you posted those pics!

I really,really, like it.

I was expecting a Chevelle sport coupe, and I'm pleasantly surprised.

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Cool.... I'd love to own that.

I too was expecting a Chevelle sedan/Coupe.

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Cool.... I'd love to own that.

I too was expecting a Chevelle sedan/Coupe.

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Yeah its pretty original...about the only stuff done is new super 40 exhaust and when the guy changed it from a three on the tree to the M22 and the engine swap

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Could have been.

But I remember displacement badges on the '65s, not sure if the '64s had them though. The '65 wagon my family had had "283" over a "V" at the leading edges of the front fenders. It looks like this Camino has some sort of badge low on the fender in front of the door - but it doesn't look like a displacement badge.

I'll look it up.

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