Assembly.

Camaro body on rack.

Time to put all the pieces back together again. The Camaro body is up on the lift so the front and rear ends can be attached.

Camaro front clip. Rearend ready for installation.

Body and front frame together again.

In addition to re-installing refurbished original parts, many will be replacements from Original Equipment Reproduction. The new front disc brakes though are from McLeod Industries, Inc. Don't worry, COPO's came with front disc brakes and these were chosen to match the originals.

Running brake lines. Pedal installation.

With the help of a dozen different manuals and books devoted to the subject, every effort is made ensure that the car is assembled just the way it would have been at the factory. Stock or authentic reproduction parts will be installed just as the books say they should be. Brake lines, fuel lines, wiring, spark plug wire, everything, will routed correctly as well.

Tail lights installed.

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(Note: "Vineyard Ave." has been changed to "Auto Park Way." Our address has changed, but not our physical location.)

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