Wednesday, 11 April 2012 06:00
Last Updated on Monday, 09 April 2012 23:42
There is a common thread that appears in the interviews we’ve conducted over the years. Enthusiasts tell us the most fun they get from their automotive hobby happens when they’re finally able to build their dream vehicle. Whether it’s a hot rod, custom, or restored antique, the ultimate car is the one that’s perfectly tailored to their lifestyle and the way they enjoy the sport. Driving their creation for the first time becomes one of life’s most treasured memories. Jack Bines lives in Largo, Florida, and works in the family medical business. He has been an avid enthusiast most of his life, with a warm spot for the classic first-gen Camaro. His notion of a dream car became even more sophisticated when he attended the Turkey Run in Daytona and heard GM’s awesome 572 crate engine run for the first time. It only took a moment for the big-inch V-8 to become part of the dream.
via 1967 Chevrolet Camaro – Chevy High Performance Magazine
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