I need to pick one out i suppose...Any suggestions?
I Googled "Autocross camera mount" and came up with a bunch of different mounts -- one looks like it would mount to your head to view what you view (not sure how steady it would be or how heavy your recorder is). I don't have one, but shopping around could find a bargain and the right application.
This may pose a problem on the Integra Automatic (back in the day, I tried ) I could borrow my Dad's '67 Camaro SS/350 for a burnout demo, but I would definitely be disowned. I'm lucky to even look at it when I visit, but sometimes he lets me drive
Coincidentally, I saw a nice 67 SS drive by two days ago. And my brother had a junky one (before they became collectible) when he was in high school - his first car.
Cool -- that's rare to see. Being the first year of the Camaro, you don't see many '67s or the SS trim (the way to tell a '67 is that it was the only year with wing-vents). My Dad bought this as a frame-off restoration back in '86. A bunch of cars have come and gone since then, but the '67 has always been the gem. Collector Chevys has been a retirement hobby for him and keeps him busy showing the cars. He also has a tricked-out '55 Bel-Air 2-door. Sadly, he can't drive them much anymore as he ages The daily driver is a 1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Classic (last rear-wheel drive model), with 70-odd-K miles. It looks like it did on the showroom floor. Maybe this is why I feel the need to mess with cars, it's genetic
On the OT of 67 camaro's, my auntie bought for my cousin about 25 years ago (he's only 20) and it got stolen out of the morton building on my gramma's farm. How anyone knew it was in there is beyond me, but there you have it.