… A whole lot of time and money make. This is what “my” 1965 Chevrolet Biscayne could have been if not for my sisters, a broken idler arm, terminal rust and a budget funded by $2.52/hr BK Lounge money. According to the owner, this car avoided its date with the glue factory due to perseverance, money, nostalgia, money and money.
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This may be a Berlinetta. It’s hard to tell. It may also be an ’80 or ’81. Dave and Kris had one. As secretary cars go, it was fine. As pavement shredders go, it would get you to where they were. Continue reading “1979 Chevrolet Camaro: Dave? Dave’s Not Here”
at least according to Car and Driver magazine back in the day. (We’re searching for the reference- it was NOT the April ’80 issue.) It wasn’t bad enough that the cars were sapped of all power due to hamhanded efforts* to meet EPA numbers.
*who doesn’t remember fondly the belt drive air pumps? How to decrease particulates per volume of air? Make less soot or better yet, add more air! PHYSICS!
The flipside of the equation is how to get the most go per pound and per dollar. Why use a THM400 – a bulletproof transmission if there ever was one – when a THM 200 will fit. Three speeds is three speeds, right? In the later second generation Camaros, the idea seemed to be “if the speed limit is 55 mph, why give it cooling for 120?”
Just add tape and some fake scoops! – Roger in marketing.