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    This is 1967 Camaro key chain that use to be given to new Camaro buyers at the dealership. This was a bought for my birthday. I collect Camaro stuff and I thought I'd share this with everyone.




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    That rocks, CJP. Gee, I would have never pegged you for a collector of Camero stuff! . . . Bwahahahahahahahaha snicker snort. . . OK, couldn't keep a straight face on that one. . . sorry! :-)
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    camaro's!!!!???...........naw,not him.
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    Wow CJP that's awesome thanks for sharing those pics .
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    Sweet!! I love that stuff. My neighbor where I grew up was restoring a 67 SS in his basement..having it all blueprinted etc.. when finished the car was amazing.We helped him and he helped us do my fathers 66 Thunderbird and my 71 mach 1 and 65 VW karman ghia convertible. I love classic muscle...but have switched to classic japanese due to its rarity anymore.
    Its the cool little details...like that keychain that make collecting so enjoyable!
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