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1969 Camaro Part 07

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Continued progress. See Part 1 for history and intended direction for this project.

Part 8 click the link

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The driverís seat is done. Scratchbuilt from sheet styrene and polyester filler with brass parts for the track and lever mechanisms and machined aluminum for the adjustment knobs.
I used embossing powder to make the velour texture.
The passenger seat is from the kit. I cut off the headrest and machined the escutcheon, lever and post to match factory stock parts from aluminum. Finish is just semi-gloss black for that Armor-All look.
The kit provides a molded in AM radio. I donít know anyone that back then didnít have at least some type of stereo with FM and tape (or maybe even a CD) player.I made this DIN mount unit for one of my Super Sevenís, but it was not good enough for an open cockpit car, so I set it aside (and made a better one). Looks like it is a little dusty from sitting aroundÖ
Gotta have speakers tooÖ
The speakers were machined/scratchbuilt from aluminum, styrene and screen.
Seats are installed, all of the driverís harnesses are doneÖ
Rear shocks were fabricated from brass tubing and machined aluminum.
Air shock lines are monofilament.