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Old 06-11-2019, 02:37 PM
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Yep, the name is somewhat awkward but both cars look pretty serious for their day.
Again, can't help but wonder if this John Capps may be the father of NHRA's Ron and Jon Capps...if so, the Camaro is even cooler w/ such a history also great to know it exists today!

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Different name or not, that is one beautiful '68, and I love that period paint job.
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Just checking in hoping the OP w/ this Numismatist Camaro drops back again.
Cool car also interesting subject, sure love to see/hear/learn anything more.

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