2 January 2003

McPherson College Restoration: Project Introduction

Over the coming months we’ll feature the ground-up restoration of a 1967 Camaro RS by the students of McPherson College’s Automotive Restoration Technology Program. Step-by-step, you’ll see how this ugly duckling was transformed into a golden beauty. Plus, you’ll be able to contact the students and program director with questions. Log on to Restoration Station mid-January to catch the first phase.

 

3 Reader Comments

  • 1
    Bill Warren portage,in August 10, 2015 at 12:38
    I am the original owner of a 1967 Camaro and I recently had it restored. I would love to see the step by step of your restoration.
  • 2
    Eric Illinois November 5, 2015 at 12:55
    I'd like to see this, starting with removing the frames and replacing the floor pan. I just got a 68 firebird with a rusted out floor pan and I'm not sure where to begin and I don't know what work is needed to restore where the unibody frames attach.
  • 3
    Bruce H. David Orlando, Florida July 18, 2016 at 04:12
    I am in need in finding a group of guys that can help me restore my 1983 380 SL Roadster Mercedes. It's in fair shape, biggest problem @ the moment is a new water pump, all A/C parts and belts...a new top, and interior . I have all leather to replace . I want to get this car into it's original condition. Body work and paint need to of coarse ? can your company help me out, I don't have a lot of money and I am trying to get this car ready for my little daughter.. Her High School is yeaars are quickly coming, and I have an extremely bad heart condition, I might not be around for her long term future, hopefully I'll live for the next 4 to 6 years...so this is extremely important to me. If you can help...please, please call me @ (407) 486-1436 or e-mail me at bhdavid2004@aol.com I f you can't help me, do you know where else there might be where I can have this work done by students wanting to have a car to work on ? Thank you, Sincerely Bruce H. David

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