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Sixty8panther

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Name it.

Good luck, you'll need it.

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Well one things for sure it's clearly second gen F-Body based....other than that I'm stumped :confused0071:

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Satty    338

Wow, thats all sorts of ugly. It makes the normal (extremely ugly) 2nd gen Camaro look gorgeous by comparison.

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ocnblu    777
The '70-'73 F-bodies were gorgeous. It was the '74-up Camaro that lost its way. The Firebird fared better, imo.

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Well said O.B.

Still these days, the curve being what it is, even a '74 I6 250 powered Camaro

looks like an alright car as compared to most of the Hondas & Toyotas on the

roads & in dealerships.

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Daryl Z71    14

Speaking of a Camaro Sixty 8 do you still have your blue one?

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Looks like a Lamborghini Espada with the rear end of a Maserati Bora.

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Speaking of a Camaro Sixty 8 do you still have your blue one?

no... sadly my namesake "Sixty-8-Panther" was sold to

finance my purchase of the 1964 Olds Super-88 4-door

hardtop which I in turn sold to a gentleman in the

Netherlands so I could buy my 1959 Buick which is now

patiently waiting for me to get the 364 nailhead motor

back together... it's been over a year. :(

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