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39 years old
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Mexico city
Born Dec-7-1979
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Your car (Camaro, Firebird, Trans Am, etc): Camaro Z28
Use (autocross, track days/HPDE, road racing, street, etc): For everything that comes up
Joined: 13-February 05
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6 Feb 2012
Hello guys!

I am an "old member" of this forum, and even though I have been here for a while and I do not post lot... read a lot nontheless.

Well, I consider myself a true fan of the 4th gen F body platform, to the point the car I have chosen to put all my "nuts" in haha! I got my F ride directly from one dealer back in 1999, brand new, and the improvement over the car has always been step by step... Unfourtunately, yesterday at the tuffest race track we have here in México, my luck and proud encountered a wall tuff enough to challenge them:

Couple of guy from security checking before towing:

Once in the parking lot:


Yesterday, my humor and will was prettey much as the car!! Today, the thing that comforts me the most, its my oldest and most experienced friend saying: -"Rudolph"... "there are 2 types of people in the racing department... the ones that have been involved in a crash, and the ones that will be, sooooo... fix the car as well as you can, and jump in again". I know that many of you guys have had, some kind of experience, such as the one am in, but damn, it is tuff.

Now, on the serious side!! I am only hoping I can find the most experienced guy that can help me to leave the car as it was before, meaning, "HANDLING", structural integrity, and at last, look as well as before.

If you guys, have some sort of comments on straighten the "chassis" (I know it is not a chassis literally) by all means, do it. I fear the car may never be the same again, talking about performance in the handling department, I will try it tough.

Anyway, thanks for reading.

Rodolfo Lara Pohlenz
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