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Old 05-11-2018, 04:01 PM   #166
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It's kinda good that I have to wait. I've been neglecting my Camaro constantly working on the black car so, I divided my time between the 2. Weekends are for the camaro and weeknights are for the black car. I'm hoping to have the Camaro on the road in the next few week, hopefully in time for my birthday and for father's day, being that the camaro was originally my grandmother's car and I'm hoping to take my dad out for a drive in it. It hasn't been on the road in 15 years.
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Ordered motor mounts from the same company as my trans mounts
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Very interesting mounts. I wonder how they wheel feel compared to the normal design made out of urethane.

Hope you get the Camaro up and running!
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I like these mounts because even if the urethane rips they will not come completely apart, and with the carbon fiber driveshaft if the motor moves too much it will damage the shaft. And I am almost ready to have the Camaro inspected, finishing up the power window conversion and put the last bits of the new interior in and its ready to drive.
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