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Camino LS6

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avant1963    38

It's not dead... The owner's father told the mechanic to patch it the best he could. The mechanic put "stuff" (not sure what it's called) around the head/block to try to stop antifreeze from leaking. It sat for a while to cure and now it is back on the road again. I'm sure it won't last, especially with the way they drive it.

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Camino LS6    866
It's not dead... The owner's father told the mechanic to patch it the best he could. The mechanic put "stuff" (not sure what it's called) around the head/block to try to stop antifreeze from leaking. It sat for a while to cure and now it is back on the road again. I'm sure it won't last, especially with the way they drive it.

Sad.

I hope that it goes to a new owner before it gets so bad that it can't be saved. Let us know if you hear about it.

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Cray_Z28    0

Well, I'd like to say that my offer stands. So if you get to talk to the owner about wanting to sell it in "running" condition, I could pick it up and get it out of their hair and it can come hang out with its younger LS1 powered sister.

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