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    Default Hello there yet again

    I am now the proud owner of my 1993 Camaro Ultra-Z! It is now an antique automobile and is finally road legal again! The LTx gods shined upon me today and now the Z will never have to endure Delaware Motor Vehicle again! Also she can now finally shed herself of how horsepower robbing emissions controls and may end up boosted in the coming year or so. This made my day! I had almost totally lost interest in the car and really was contemplating parting or selling. Now I am back in love with one of the most important Camaros in history, as far as I'm concerned

    To celebrate I am going to vanity tag her Ultra-Z. I'll post up pics when that happens.

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    Congrats Jay.
    She still looks amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 95 blackbird View Post
    Congrats Jay.
    She still looks amazing!

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    Thanks! She is a little worse for wear from sitting so long. The paint needs some love and I need to get it up on the lift. The power steering is whining now and I think the bushings and tie rod ends need some attention.

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    We can get those plates here. But your only to drive to and from shows, like anybody does it tho. Nice car welcome.

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    yay Jay's back!!!!!

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    Awesome... does that mean now u are gonna do the cosmetic facelift or staying ultraz?

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    Both actually. The hood and front bumper are looking pretty tired. I may be investing in the correct spray equipment for "removable paint" products. Most likely the sides of the car will stay original paint (they look great and buff out nice) and the "tops" get the face-lift. For now I really need to clean it and do some exhaust work. The A/C needs a charge (hopefully that is all it needs), and the power steering is whining and has air in the fluid in the reservoir. I cant find any leaks, so I am thinking it may be the internal seals in the rack. I am also researching what I need to make that p600b head unit I have work. I may even get it out to a show or 2 soon.

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