Bow Tie Keepers - Readers' Rides - April 2014

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1. Chris Knight – 1968 Camaro


Quick Shot: Chris bought this as his first car way back in 1983. It has a built 350 with aluminum heads, a B&M shifted TH350, and the stock rear. It runs on billet Center Line wheels, and is painted Dark Amethyst Pearl Metallic.

1968 Chevrolet Camaro Front 2/8

2. Dario Ruiz – 1971 Monte Carlo


Quick Shot: This luxo cruiser runs an ATK crate 454, backed by a 700-R4. Dario installed a complete new suspension, recovered the factory Strato buckets and interior, along with installing new carpet.

1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Front 3/8

3. Thomas Cullen – 1955 210 Sedan


Quick Shot: Thomas and his '55 have been together since 1970. As he puts it, “Several Earl Sheib paint jobs and three engines later, it now has a 283/Muncie four-speed combo, and is a lot of fun to drive. Makes me feel 16 again!”

1955 Chevrolet 210 Sedan Front 4/8

4. Julius Pitrowski – 1965 Malibu SS


Quick Shot: This is from 1972, when Julius ran his Malibu with either a 302, 355, or 377 small-block, along with a variety of Muncies. He says he made a lot of money street racing the '65, till he had to sell it to support his growing family.

1965 Chevrolet Malibu Ss 5/8

5. David Tipton – 1972 Monte Carlo


Quick Shot: David bought this from the original owner in 1979 for his first car. It only had 11,000 miles on the clock, and the 350/TH350 combo had been recently freshened. Today, it has 63k on the odometer, and he drives it every chance he gets.

1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Side 6/8

6. Emilio Villani – 1968 and 1969 Camaro


Quick Shot: Emilio lives in Ontario, Canada, and cruises the Great White North in his pair of first-gens. The '68 sports a Scott Shafiroff 598 that cranks out 778 HP, while the '69 runs a 502 Rat pumping out 600 HP. Both run TH400 autos.

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