Thanks to the hard work of Jeff Ford and the Autorestomod.com crew, we have video coverage of the 7th Annual All-GM Oktoberfest show at Silver Springs Theme Park, as well as the Friday cruise to Cedar Key from our NPD location in Ocala, Florida.
Click here ~~> All-GM Oktoberfest show 2012
In part 1 on this topic, I discussed the crazy prices that some cars are
commanding at car auctions. Paying north of one million dollars for a car that
didn’t even pass the four thousand dollar mark back in 1970 seems crazy, but it
happened. And the “trickle-down effect” took hold on many private sellers, thinking
with the mindset that their clapped out shell was worth a chunk of change. The
average guy would nearly be forced into buying a project, if anything at all,
because of the cost of even a shell. So, I posed the question “Is there an
upside?” to the auction madness?
Just like most things in life, having a little more than you currently have is never a bad desire. Having seconds on desert; some extra time on the weekend before the work week starts again; a little extra money to buy something. The last one always seems to come into play, and it’s been highlighted more in the last decade in the automotive market than ever before.
After seeing the fit and finish of existing 1970-78 Camaro dash pad reproductions, National Parts Depot made the decision to construct a brand new reproduction worthy of your 1970-78 Camaro restoration. From the stitching detail to the texture and sheen, no detail was missed on this OE-quality exclusive reproduction. Plus, we added additional reinforcement to create a pad that will stand the test of time. Available in black finish, with or without air conditioning.
Click here to view and purchase through the NPDLink website.