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Old 01-02-2018, 03:54 PM
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My new book covering 1962-1974 musclecars, DAY ONE, showcases the rarest of Joe Rosen's Gen I big-block Camaros: the SS-454 '69 Camaro built late in the model year when 427s were starting to be replaced by 454s. Check it out @ https://www.amazon.com/Day-One-Autom...7H7GY10CR0EEMG
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Old 01-20-2018, 09:53 PM
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To the Jim Thornton imposter:

Marty, I'm up to 1966. GREAT job!

I'll be sending you an email as a follow-up.

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Maybe this should have been the subtitle: "An autobiography of a guy who got paid to thrash the daylights out of Detroit's Muscle"

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Loved the book. Read it cover to cover over the Christmas holidays. The stories are priceless and you won't find anywhere else. Really recommend it.
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I let Jim Thornton know about it and he thought it was hilarious! Glad you're enjoying it Verne. Marty
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Just ordered a copy.
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Martyn,

Speaking of the 454's - Mark Hassett just got his BM prepared for its first public display at the Erie, PA New car vintage car invitational-- since Mark acquired the car.

The Rosen cars all have unique stance, and your book has it covered!
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Man o Man do I love those early 2nd gen BM cars
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