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    2nd Gen Camaro

    Can anyone help with links to good Camaro forums in Ontario?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xlt View Post
    Can anyone help with links to good Camaro forums in Ontario?
    If you're looking for clubs specifically in Ontario, you could try these;

    http://forums.tfbm.org/index.php
    http://www.ccfbg.com/
    http://www.ontariocamaroclub.com/

    I'm a member at the first link (Toronto F-Body Motorsports) and used to have a 2nd gen T/A myself. Unfortunately we don't have a whole lot of 2nd gen owners in the club but there are quite a few knowledgeable people there.

    Hope this helps.
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    Thanks Steve, Appreciate the links. Had a heck of a time finding anything. Specifically looking for aftermarket support. Need me some new seat skins.
    Just picked up a 76 LT, 355 4 gear. Should be fun.

    Thanks for the offer Bandit but they are already in place.

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    Glad I could help xlt.

    I did a quick search for '76 Camaro seat covers and came up with this
    http://www.gtcovers.com/seat-covers/...at-covers.html

    Not sure about pricing or availability, but it's a start

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    At a quick glance, the buckets are 299. 00. Couldnt tell wether it was per or pair though.
    I did find some skins on other sites also. I'll talk to a couple local upholsterers come Monday.
    I just need the rear back rest and a console lid. Buckets are good as well as the dash skin. Thankfully for me it was a garage car for alot of it's life.
    Thanks again.

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    want some gears for the rear end ? or a stall for the tranny if it auto ??
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    Thanks for the offer Jeeper, I'll keep it mind. It's a 4 gear with a 12bolt posi installed. Not sure of the gears yet.
    I havent been able to know the car intimately yet. When the current owner took it in for cert we found a soft spot in one rail where the rear belt sits. It's currently having new rear frame rails put in. I insisted on a shop with equipment to ensure it's straight when it's done. Feel bad for the guy, but he has to fix it to sell it.
    Now I need two appraisals. One for tax and one for insurance.

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