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Username Post: awsome        (Topic#97586)
sxviper 
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04-14-05 10:21 PM - Post#672900    

just got the last pieces of documentation for my 67 camaro. the original owner sent me the plastic pouch that the owners manual comes in plus chevrolet passenger car new vehicle warranty pamphlet, owner identification card(they give you this till the protect-o-plate gets to you threw the mail),owner protection plan and new vehical warranty booklet which has the protect-o-plate card attached to it plus the original owner's manual and body broadcast copy sheet. the only thing i didn't get is the original bill of sale or window sticker. o well. i'd say i did pretty well on this purchase don't you think. thanks to my buddie tim who put this deal together. it's adream come true for me.i thank god for my wife and three son's and my 67 camaro. amen.



 


ND4SPD 
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Re: awsome
04-15-05 02:36 AM - Post#672901    
    In response to sxviper

Post pics, we need pics!!!

If you truly want something,you'll find a way.If not,you'll find an excuse. MyCamaroPics


 
Anonymous 

Re: awsome
04-15-05 03:02 AM - Post#672902    
    In response to sxviper

Sounds great man ... all that documentation is basically priceless. Now you know exactly what you are dealing with and so will anyone down the road if you happen to sell.



 
Dertinh 
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11-08-22 04:24 PM - Post#2849809    
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I believe that any machine that is more than 10 years old needs to be improved and the purchase of such a machine requires additional warranty service.
Of course, I may be wrong, but I judge from my own experience and I can say for sure that it is better to use a proven auto service that provides warranty service click here than to undergo service from random locksmiths with an unknown reputation in the event of a breakdown.



Edited by Dertinh on 11-10-22 11:02 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
Boze 
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07-04-24 03:14 PM - Post#2871459    
    In response to sxviper

Oh well, I’d say I did pretty well on this purchase! Big shoutout to my buddy Tim for putting this deal together – it’s a dream come true for me. I thank God for my wife, three sons, and my '67 Camaro. Amen.

Reminds me of the time I found a mint condition '57 Bel Air at an estate sale. The seller was a kind elderly woman who kept it in pristine condition, and she had all the documentation too. Transporting it safely was a concern, but I found a great service through a friend – SafeCarHauling. They made sure my new treasure arrived home without a scratch. If you're ever in need, check them out: https://safecarhauling.com . They really know how to treat a classic!



 
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07-04-24 04:08 PM - Post#2871465    
    In response to Boze

Some vintage posts in this one!!

'67 Camaro survivor
'06 Z71 Sierra Ex Cab
'37 Chevy cp.SOLD!!6/7/14
'00 S10 Ex Cab BUILT FOR EVERYDAY,NOT JUST THE HOLIDAYS
'73 Nova pro-street project
'17 Chevy Trax LT







 


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