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Old 03-10-2018, 04:17 PM   #15226
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Is that a stock color? It looks more Yellow than Mayfair Maize. Or is it the lighting causing it to look like that?
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Is that a stock color? It looks more Yellow than Mayfair Maize. Or is it the lighting causing it to look like that?
Looks like Goldenrod Yellow from 1969.
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Why do so many people have a hard time getting the engine callout emblems correctly placed within the front nose stripe on the 1968 Camaro SS.

This car is being offered at No Reserve at an up and coming Mecum auction. I hope the owner has realistic expectations as to what it will bring. Not only are the engine callout emblems screwed up, you can see the ride height is way off in the rear. Under the hood it has the wrong master cylinder and is missing the A.I.R equipment. Owner claims original drivetrain though: 396/325 HP with a 4 speed.

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It's too bad the dealer who is selling this car provides such small photos. This is a 1 of 1 1970 Hemi Challenger R/T as configured
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