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2002 Camaro Street Machine

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Seems like I hardly see 4th gen Camaros on the fourm, so here is one of mine. Paint is Duplicolor teal with Testor's metallic black for the roof and stripes. Wheels and tires came off the Revell C5 corvette, but I painted them black.

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I had a lot of fun working on the underside of this car. The sub-frame connectors, driveshaft loop, and the exhaust were scratch-built. Most of the suspension components were painted red to replicate aftermarket performance parts.

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The idea behind this car is that someone bought it wrecked and fixed it up. The engine bay was painted red (originally an anniversary car) and the edges fogged with teal overspray. The strut bar came off a Jada die-cast RX-7. I shaved and repainted the bar before installing it on the camaro.

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Looks like something I would see running the streets around here. Nicely done!

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Love that Camaro, looks wicked.

I love these generation style Camaros...

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I like the concept you had and I think you pulled it off great!

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got the same one sittin in a box i was getting to it. i was tryiing to figure out a way to do a turbo set up on it. i like what u did with yours the engine looks pretty sweet

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Looks good. I want to get one of those kits to build my 2000 SS

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:wub:

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Nice work...

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Interesting concept and nice build.

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Very nice work

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Glad one of these came across the board....I have a 93 i'm working on currently

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Nice!

B)

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