FULL BUILD: Restoring a '70 Chevy Camaro RS/SS

30-Iyn, 2020
3 429 080 Ko‘rishlar soni

A new MuscleCar project is started: transforming a 1970 Camaro RS into a stock-style RS/SS 396.
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  • Lube it up slip it in and it fits tightly..are we talking about car parts here 🤷🏻

    Incredible HulkIncredible Hulk27 daqiqa oldin
  • I didn't realize I needed the therapy this show provides.

    matt kimmatt kim2 soat oldin
  • Really nice job. Enjoyed the vid. Had a 74 Z/28 not near as pretty but loved the car. Wondering if you guys used the original harmonic balancer that was on when the engine when it broke the rod? If so pretty good chance the outer ring moved on the rubber damper during the sudden stop. Would cause the timing marks to be off and balancer would no longer be balanced. Didn't read all the 1751 comments. Maybe someone mentioned already.

    Techster100Techster1003 soat oldin
  • Sweet build, looks beautiful, sounds........ Off...... A little rough in my opinion.

    jon stolpejon stolpe6 soat oldin
  • 1 big ass advertisement thts all this is y build an old ass car just to continue looking old I mean how many bolt sealant does 1 car need

    k-mar muzikk-mar muzik13 soat oldin
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    matt kimmatt kim15 soat oldin
  • The amount of ads in the video.. 😨I'll pass

    Sky DragonSky Dragon18 soat oldin
  • to however edit the videos in your channel how and what he uses to make the display pic ( car with word behind ) as all your videos come as that

    50LOT50LOT20 soat oldin
  • Well done guys, fantastic bringing life into this girl :) Would love to see prices of components and video out-takes. :) :)

    Donald ElliotDonald Elliot20 soat oldin
  • I didn't realize I needed the therapy this show provides.

    Bair ValentinBair Valentin22 soat oldin
  • One of the guys sounds like he's related to the guys from Goonzquad lol. Same accent, similar narration tone, and they all work on restoring cars.

    Josue DuranJosue Duran23 soat oldin
  • When was this made

    Ross DavidRoss DavidKun oldin
  • This dude's are bad ass

    Emiliano MarreroEmiliano MarreroKun oldin
  • I didn't realize I needed the therapy this show provides.

    Bair ValentinBair ValentinKun oldin
  • how much could it sell for almost like it is new love watching it ... nice not to have to wait a week to see the next week

    lee henrylee henryKun oldin
  • The flank can be overheated. I think with your tools this is real.

    OFChuckOFChuckKun oldin
  • Idk. Green with a bright red motor?

    External powerExternal powerKun oldin
  • I didn't realize I needed the therapy this show provides.

    TheHurriedRabbitTheHurriedRabbitKun oldin
  • Sorry, but 1970 Camaros were not "Detroit Muscle" they were made in Norwood, Ohio and Van Nuys, Ca.

    TJ ShineTJ Shine2 kun oldin
  • Sweet video. What was the total cost for the customer for this?

    Mr. ForgetfulMr. Forgetful2 kun oldin
  • That was pretty cool !

    Mal YoungMal Young2 kun oldin
  • Real love is hard to find when you love yourself

    jonathan perezjonathan perez2 kun oldin
  • Nice, looks and sounds sweet!

    barry croylebarry croyle2 kun oldin
  • You had me at “we’re swapping it with a manual”

    Kayla SkillingKayla Skilling2 kun oldin
  • parbens for the video, of your fan of Brazil

    Divisão AutomotivaDivisão Automotiva2 kun oldin
  • how much to buy this baby?

    krav magakrav maga2 kun oldin
  • These guys have good hands, but i wish somebody showed them how to weld faster and cleaner

    RosinSmokeRosinSmoke2 kun oldin
  • You guys are amazing.

    Leonardo RiveraLeonardo Rivera3 kun oldin
  • The flank can be overheated. I think with your tools this is real.

    Алекс гроссАлекс гросс3 kun oldin
  • Блок можно перегильзовать.

    Алекс гроссАлекс гросс3 kun oldin
  • Amaziiing👍👍👍👍👍

    ONE ChannelONE Channel3 kun oldin
  • I just want to add a few tidbits of info for this build- I fought to do this Camaro for a couple years, the idea was shot down repeatedly because it was a “stock” restoration which means advertiser involvement would be limited. Because if this, there wasn’t much time allotted for the build, since we had so many other things we needed to show during the season. The entire build start to finish was less than 90 days. We didn’t have any “after hours” help, and also had to keep up with all our other obligations during that time. Tommy and I were stretched thin! And we didn’t have time to go back and fix anything later. I didn’t have the plastic clips needed to support the headliner rods, so I had half of what was needed to install it, plus I’d never installed one. We didn’t have a steamer to help install the seat Upholstry, so it didn’t look great. If I had the car I would re-do most of the interior, as I wasn’t happy with it at all. As for the hood stripes, they were done in about half a day, and I hadn’t had time to do any clean-up prior to the photogs grabbing pictures. The edges were cleaned up later, but the shots had already been taken. Overall the car was solid and well built for the limited time we had to do it! I would love to buy it and finish it the way I really wanted to. Oh, and yes, I did go back and seal up the holes in the fenders! Editors don’t always know what should be included, and what can get cut. Why didn’t I drill the holes prior to paint? Honest answer, I Forgot. This build was done in 2010 with only Tommy and I. We’re not perfect but we had a lot of fun and really tried to impart knowledge and passion. I’m running a shop in CA now, and love that these old episodes are still inspiring and helping people! Have an awesome day!

    tata lindinhatata lindinha3 kun oldin
  • The Story Of King Von going to be more than 2-3 hours long. I will include the full story of Von and Gakirah, Von's background, the worse point of the war between Jaro & STL/EBT and O'Block & 600 in 2012, Von's death, beef with certain people, rap career, all his kills, family and more. Y'all want it in two parts or one?

    Omar BuenoOmar Bueno3 kun oldin
  • In retrospect, it's probably good that I didn't get one of these as a teen... too much power.

    RCHOPUPRCHOPUP3 kun oldin
  • When I was a kid, I had an AutoTrader with many of these circled and fastbacks... now they are hard to find and worth a fortune.

    RCHOPUPRCHOPUP3 kun oldin
  • Damn. Must of made a fortune with just the ads in this video alone

    Off2TimsOff2Tims3 kun oldin
  • Timmy J this is your baby that you had since high-school days back in 1987 🤘

    Bully AZBully AZ3 kun oldin
  • I didn't realize I needed the therapy this show provides.

    Ri WuRi Wu4 kun oldin
    • Copying the earlier comment I see 👀

      ImpulseImpulse12 soat oldin
    • Fill we was v Cmaff F i

      Warren SharpWarren Sharp2 kun oldin
  • I didn't realize I needed the therapy this show provides.

    Reba LewisReba Lewis4 kun oldin
  • love the show thanks, fellas

    max theodoremax theodore4 kun oldin
  • Your idling a new cam????? And you can't set base timing? What a joke

    Nope noneNope none4 kun oldin
  • Acer Aspire 5 Slim Ryzen 3: it great laptop for officer. uzworld.info/player/video/cZCbiNefka-yeGs

    Thợ NhômThợ Nhôm4 kun oldin
  • The acting is just making me cringe 🤢

    DiligenceDiligence4 kun oldin
  • "No frills, build it back to stock basic RS"...starts by dropping the 307 for the L78 375HP SS motor...

    DrNegativeDrNegative4 kun oldin
  • I'm in love with this build just like every one else

    D. FoxD. Fox4 kun oldin
  • Joompol ChooChartJoompol ChooChart4 kun oldin
  • i thought it was a 70 chevy camaro ss/rs

    brandon perrybrandon perry4 kun oldin
  • Respect ..... first class work !!!!!

    Mario aus HannoverMario aus Hannover4 kun oldin
  • "Hey guys, welcome back!"

    Thomas BaumbachThomas Baumbach5 kun oldin
  • Tommy always ends up with stitches. I'm sure, he's wiser now. ;P

    Kropoc LeckorKropoc Leckor5 kun oldin
  • My love old Chevy Camaro

    MM MjMM Mj5 kun oldin
  • The filming during the beginning is making me motion sick... T_T Edit: I lied, I just skipped ahead to try and find where it stops... It doesn't. Dang I really wanted to watch this too...

    OmnieStarOmnieStar5 kun oldin
  • I owned a 72 when I was around 20. This video stirred up some great memories. It makes me want to start a build of my own. Thanks for a great video!

    T m4nn1T m4nn15 kun oldin
  • Great to see it changed over to a stick BUT since changing to a big block why not go to a 427 or even a 454 instead of the 396? No replacement for displacement.

    Steve MazzSteve Mazz5 kun oldin
  • You do not want to miss this spectacular film on the Ariel Nomad R www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8WmC...

    oscar salazaroscar salazar5 kun oldin
  • Wouldn't I look GREAT toolin' down the avenew they call A-1-A

    Doug WhitlowDoug Whitlow5 kun oldin
  • uzworld.info/player/video/oWaskpRvY5OZm4A

    DJ ONISDJ ONIS5 kun oldin
  • You guys are awesome! Keep rocking.

    07291982able07291982able5 kun oldin
  • I didn't realize I needed the therapy this show provides.

    thelaughingman79thelaughingman795 kun oldin
    • Nice copy-paste.

      DrNegativeDrNegative4 kun oldin
  • I would love to let you guys loose on my 1977 2 door RangeRover,if I ever win the lottery! Great job....👌🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

    Rod GillandersRod Gillanders6 kun oldin
  • THANK YOU for showing the welding fixes and the techniques you use, that was fun to watch.

    twas brilligtwas brillig6 kun oldin
  • What an ugly color! What do you chevy guys call that? Is it "baby shit green", or "puke green"? You should have painted it in camo, then you could lose it in the woods! LOL! MOPAR RULES !!!

    LittleJohnnyLittleJohnny6 kun oldin
  • I wish you guys would have located another 396 block instead of sleeving. You could have punched out this to a 427. That and a performance cam and a performance intake and carb. Port those heads! Flow master mufflers, and stainless tips. This car is very nice! Will come out well. What about the R/S SS Badging on the grills and side front panels? Great body work! Badges were put inside doors or dash I believe as well. Hard to find I assume.......

    Lydia PawlakLydia Pawlak6 kun oldin
  • Muscle cars and males with earrings?

    Paul HarringtonPaul Harrington6 kun oldin
  • Dumb question, why did you not coat the inside with the same primer coating used on the exterior when you primed the body. Then paint the black interior colour whilst still waiting on prep for the exterior green?

    Serious ShootersSerious Shooters6 kun oldin
    • Not picking on you directly, it seems that a number of builders just don;t fully paint the inside of the car fully. I just want your take.

      Serious ShootersSerious Shooters6 kun oldin
  • Perfect Color 🍀 perfect car 🙏💪😎👍🍀 Great Build Yawl. Im a mustang guy but Love all your videos 🙏🍀💪😎👍

    roy gustafsonroy gustafson7 kun oldin
  • Thanx for another fun hour guys 🙏💪😎👍🍀🌅🌆

    roy gustafsonroy gustafson7 kun oldin
  • Americans think a big V8 is the best.The Japanese and European brands have a better idea.Smaller CC but more power.

    Aston MartinAston Martin7 kun oldin
  • At first i thought I'll only watch main parts of this video since it's too long...but that choice didn't satisfy me enough and then i enjoyed it from start to end.Thankyou guys for making this video.

    Furious CuriousFurious Curious7 kun oldin
  • The most amazing job you had.! make it a brand new fresh from the oven! 👍👍👍

    Bagyo DoankBagyo Doank7 kun oldin
  • I like...loving...❤❤❤❤from indonesia

    Syarif_rif08Syarif_rif087 kun oldin
  • This split-bumper early 70s body is my favorite Camaro of all. Stick please!

    AMARAMAR8 kun oldin
  • Beautiful car. Thank you for the very informative and relaxing video.

    Christian Von WechmarChristian Von Wechmar8 kun oldin
  • NIICE..AND..What's the total price of parts?

    Jeff DJeff D8 kun oldin
  • Siento que no quedo bien la maquina, dejan muchos detalles mal hechos.

    강상현강상현8 kun oldin
  • seems more ads than the actual video

    J MJ M8 kun oldin
  • I`m doing third gen restoration and man those front springs are PITA

    Kaja AljošaKaja Aljoša8 kun oldin
  • 👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

    khalid sulimankhalid suliman8 kun oldin
  • You should do this with all the builds. I watched it from start to finish.

    邹捷邹捷9 kun oldin
  • Fantastic rebuild/restoration. I'm impressed by the modularity of these old cars and loving the skills and materials required to make this beauty come back to life. But as a European I am fascinated to see leaf springs on a performance car. I thought they went out with the horse and cart. I'd love that engine in my Miata!

    RobWhittlestoneRobWhittlestone9 kun oldin
  • Nonstock color? I had a 70 camaro and it was that exact color

    RedspecialityRedspeciality9 kun oldin
  • Hate to be the armchair critic but the exhaust, the hoodlining and the jaggered edge bonnet stripes spoils it.

    5Angels5Angels10 kun oldin
  • i need to grow

    Loud Mike MediaLoud Mike Media10 kun oldin
  • Where do you buy this "elbow grease" ?

    Don TaylorDon Taylor10 kun oldin
  • This car is my wish. Good job!

    Rory ArrudaRory Arruda10 kun oldin
  • i realy hate springs. i changed one on a van and it fliped out and nearly killed me

    David SchmidtDavid Schmidt10 kun oldin
  • I'd of kept the interior black, if it was catalog correct, not a huge fan or the beige. Car looks amazing though and the RS/SS upgrades ... Soooo much better.

    Ben MooreBen Moore11 kun oldin
  • Bondo bandit and push rod pansy.

    Christopher NixChristopher Nix11 kun oldin
  • 24:53 Nice groove-metal... who knows that music?

    Sergey PrikopSergey Prikop11 kun oldin
  • Z28 is soo good cars one motors ls7 twin turbo

    Jeancharles RabauxJeancharles Rabaux11 kun oldin
  • No is the resto mode yes is good cars the Camaro in resto mode is soo good cars one numbers one véhicules

    Jeancharles RabauxJeancharles Rabaux11 kun oldin
  • Parce si c est possible de monter un compresseur et deux turbo deja le compresseur lui n a pas besoins qu on monte à 8 mil tours pour qu elle parte sa pars de suite et les deux turbo arriver à 5 mil tours prendrait le relais sur le compresseur et si le gars et encore plus puissant que ça un kit nos pour metres tout le monde d accord

    Jeancharles RabauxJeancharles Rabaux11 kun oldin
  • Plase one question is the possibul the twin turbo et the compresseur the kit nos is possibul yes ou no please

    Jeancharles RabauxJeancharles Rabaux11 kun oldin
  • Good cars y love the Camaro 70 z28 à 73 is soo good cars one motors ls7 the thym turbo eþ the big bombes mécanique

    Jeancharles RabauxJeancharles Rabaux11 kun oldin
  • Kind of BBQpit boys but now with cars.

    Jeroen BiegstraatenJeroen Biegstraaten11 kun oldin
  • You should do this with all the builds. I watched it from start to finish.

    Bách Bùi XuânBách Bùi Xuân12 kun oldin
  • me : 1 day to think about it, 2 days to do it, 1 day to undo what i did, 1 day to make it right. Powerstation: Gimme 5 Mins

    Sid DeHoundSid DeHound12 kun oldin
  • Always dug that green, nice build

    KiLLeR hANdS2KiLLeR hANdS212 kun oldin
  • I'm not a mechanic by any stretch of the imagination, but I thoroughly enjoyed this complete build. I only had one small disappointment. I know they were trying to maintain originality, BUT I would've allowed on small deviation and replace the standard exhaust manifolds with headers!

    Craig JohnsonCraig Johnson12 kun oldin
  • I just want to add a few tidbits of info for this build- I fought to do this Camaro for a couple years, the idea was shot down repeatedly because it was a “stock” restoration which means advertiser involvement would be limited. Because if this, there wasn’t much time allotted for the build, since we had so many other things we needed to show during the season. The entire build start to finish was less than 90 days. We didn’t have any “after hours” help, and also had to keep up with all our other obligations during that time. Tommy and I were stretched thin! And we didn’t have time to go back and fix anything later. I didn’t have the plastic clips needed to support the headliner rods, so I had half of what was needed to install it, plus I’d never installed one. We didn’t have a steamer to help install the seat Upholstry, so it didn’t look great. If I had the car I would re-do most of the interior, as I wasn’t happy with it at all. As for the hood stripes, they were done in about half a day, and I hadn’t had time to do any clean-up prior to the photogs grabbing pictures. The edges were cleaned up later, but the shots had already been taken. Overall the car was solid and well built for the limited time we had to do it! I would love to buy it and finish it the way I really wanted to. Oh, and yes, I did go back and seal up the holes in the fenders! Editors don’t always know what should be included, and what can get cut. Why didn’t I drill the holes prior to paint? Honest answer, I Forgot. This build was done in 2010 with only Tommy and I. We’re not perfect but we had a lot of fun and really tried to impart knowledge and passion. I’m running a shop in CA now, and love that these old episodes are still inspiring and helping people! Have an awesome day!

    Hugh TranHugh Tran12 kun oldin
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