I am fortunate enough to own several restored Vettes, a '57 Bel Air rag top I bought in 1974, a '57 Nomad, and a '68 Camaro RS/SS 396-convertible…however, my favorite car is a '67 RS/SS 396-4 speed Camaro coupe that I purchased last year…original Marina Blue paint with a big dent in the driver door, dings and scratches, surface rust on the vinyl-top roof and trunk lid due to sitting in a leaky garage for the past 30+ years, original exhaust system, and original Muncie shifter. The first owner had diamond inserts sewn into the front seats, as many of us did back in the early 70’s, but the rest of the black interior was close-to-mint original. The second owner, whom I bought it from, insisted the mileage (at 32,000+) was original (per the first owner). The engine has never been apart, and still has the smog pump on it. Although it hadn’t been started during much of it’s long storage, it was apparently started periodically until the fuel tank was empty. When I went to inspect the car, after changing the fuel pump and points it started up with a prime to the carb (we ran a line directly from a small gas can to the fuel pump). Not a whiff of smoke, and it idled perfectly. Even the exhaust system was without leaks, I was amazed. I plan to replace the vinyl top and hope to find a door and trunk lid with original paint, and then drive it as a survivor. I just love the originality of the car!