- 69 Camaro SS 396 - - 69 Camaro SS 350 - - 69 Pace Car - - 68 Kitchenblue Racer - - 67 RS/SS Conv - - 67 Yutivo RS -
Camaro Farm Philippines
Another Camaro to the "collection".
Bought Sep. 2006. This car was originally
a 350/Th350 L65, I have the original drive train to the car. Currently it has a
strong 396cui backed by a TH400 and 12 bolt rear axle with posi traction. Frost
green with dark green vinyl top and medium green interior (triple green).
Add to that green tinted windows and the Hulkamaro is born.
True matching numbers 350/300
L48/M20/BM 4 speed SS. Read about the discovery of this car, how it looked when
I bought it in Manila in July 2004. Repainted and driven for a year, underwent a full frame off restoration
from 2005 to 2008. Now back on the road in its former glory. Also read about road trips and see lots of
Currently undergoing a long term full frame off
restoration. This is a 350cui coupled to a Muncie M20 transmission w/ 3.31 ratio
12 bolt posi rear end. I bought the car in January 2004 and hasn't yet driven
it.This is the one and only 69 Convertible in the Philippines.
Finally found this Yutivo Camaro in July 2007.
Currently undergoing frame off restoration.
The Yutivo Camaros were build in the Philippines by the Yutivo Coorporation in
Manila Philippines between 1967 and 1969.
It is unclear exactly how many Yutivos were build, the last VIN for 67 and 68
indicated around 1200 cars each year.
Classic Cars and Muscle cars owned by friends, among other Camaros,
Chevelles, Novas, Mustangs, Torinos, El Caminos and more.
Also cool Camaros from the web, read about the first generation Camaros in
the Trans Am Series 67 - 69.
The Blazing Beach mobile, The Boulevard Blazer, Old Bumpy, Bumping Blazer and daily driver, powered by a strong 350cui V8.
We have been using the car as a daily driver since 2004 and for family trips around Luzon, to Subic Bay and to
the Philippine west coast.
The Blazemobile once sported "solid Narra wood bumpers", an extremely rare PI
A very nice RS/SS 350 convertible equipped with a 350 cui V8.
Sadly I had to sell it in 2005 and the car has been shipped off to Denmark.
The 68 that started it all, I bought this beautiful Camaro
back in January 2001. Powerful smallblock with lots of goodies, camel hump heads, NOS,
TH400, 9inch rear, Weld racing rims. Sadly I had to sell it in 2005 and the car
has been shipped off to Denmark..
67 - 69 Trans Am Series
1967 - 1969 Yutivo Camaros
1967 - 1969 Original Paint Camaros
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