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Camino LS6

No rest for the weary

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Camino LS6    866

After having a great late breakfast with 66Stang and his daughters, I have to get back to the race shop.

It was great to meet Chris and his daughters (who both probably think we are nuts talking cars so much). He's a great guy and our conversation was way too short.

Thanks for breakfast Chris, we'll do it again sometime.

So I'm off to do some wrenching on the red/black Healey you guys all saw reduced to a shell recently. I already have the rear suspension back in and am working on the front.

I was there until midnight last night and made some good progress. Hopefully, the car will be fully suspended a few hours from now.

The Lotus is also race-ready at this point and the red/white Healey is finished except for some details.

I'll try to get some pics at the end of the day today.

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Camino LS6    866

What?

You guys missed all of the pics earlier this year?

I took a few shots on my way out of there tonight, I'll post them shortly.

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Thanks for the pics Camino! I'll look forward to seeing your work used "in anger" at the vintage races at Mid Ohio.

Chris

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Camino LS6    866
Thanks for the pics Camino! I'll look forward to seeing your work used "in anger" at the vintage races at Mid Ohio.

Chris

Sorry man, I just found out that they are skipping Mid-Ohio this year.

They are headed to Road America next.

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