Mr. Frank's 1968 Camaro has since come back from the blaster, and the car is in need of panel replacement not really due to rust, but due to heavy dents all over and modifications to the quarter panels to open the wheel wells up. All New sheet metal can be seen going on the car in Black with the original being the epoxy primer gray color. New panels include: Both Quarters, Both Outer Wheel Tubs, Rear Tail Section, Driver Side Trunk Pan (Due to A Past Wreck Damage), Rear Filler Panel (Behind Back Glass), Roof Skin, Upper Dash Skin, and Upgraded the car to a 2inch Cowl Hood. All Sheet metal is finished as well as paint. Mr. Frank choice to stay with his high compression small block and 4 speed, which was both tore down and gone throw. Interior is pretty much stock with Mr. Frank making all choices and adding a few upgrades, such as center console and a sound system, as well as running no a/c and making sure his original heater system and astro vent system worked. The wheels are a a choice of his, to give the car a old school look. Nothing modern about this car, his hole plan was to keep it simple and old school. The car has now been finished and has been loaded on a trailer and is heading back to Mr. Frank for him to hit the beach and enjoy now. .