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    If the car turns out even half as nice as the rendering it is going to be killer. Can you make 2 of the rear spoiler when you get to that point - I could use one on my 67.



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    Quote Originally Posted by RogueFab View Post
    Wow, those renderings from Brockmeyer look awesome. Pretty cool project. Any ideas when it might be done?
    My goal is to have the car finished in 2018. This will be a long build but slow and steady wins the race right? haha

    Quote Originally Posted by Bonehead View Post
    I live 20 minutes away from Morrisons. If I could afford one of their a body chassis, I would. Absolute artwork.
    I ended up buying the art Morrison, can't wait to see it, like you said it's looks like a piece of art and will give the car an amazing ride and handling.

    Quote Originally Posted by Alwhite00 View Post
    If the car turns out even half as nice as the rendering it is going to be killer. Can you make 2 of the rear spoiler when you get to that point - I could use one on my 67.
    Haha, thanks, Jeff @ Allison customs is pretty talented so I'm sure he'll make it look damn close. You'll have to talk to Jeff about making an extra for ya!

    I'll keep everyone up to date as we move along.

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    Merry belated Christmas everyone, hope everyone had a good holidays and have a safe new years too!

    Small update, Jeff did the Passenger side cowl repair...no pictures yet but he has a new Youtube channel, Project Car TV, and he shows the repairs on his latest vid...check it out and his other videos, he's making a pretty cool mustang too...


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    Thata is an amazing rendering, i have got to go check that out. That is so close to what I have been thinking about for a finished project. I think the shipping outfits 'oops' would go along way toward that new chassis price. Great build, looking forward to following, I'm subscribing!! What part of the country are you in. My place is only about 18 miles from the border.
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    Need more time, more money and more ambition!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerems View Post
    Decided to get some professional renderings done by Eric Brockmeyer. www.brockmeyerdesign.com/

    I liked the renderings I did with the House of Kolor program but it just didn't allow a lot of manipulation and I was curious about how my idea for an interior was going to come together.

    Eric did an amazing job, took about 2 month total but I was in no hurry and the quality of work was amazing. He came up with some really trick ideas that I ended up keeping apart of the final rendering.

    Still debating a little bit between Rushforth wheels Rated X or Boze Forged Clutch Concave. I think the clutch look pretty bad ass on there. Also, he made some pretty sweet door panel designs but I don't know if totally custom interior is going to be in the budget so I got a version with the TMI done just encase haha.

    Let me know what you think.




    Awesome project !!

    the second rendering is bad ass

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    Quote Originally Posted by bello View Post
    Awesome project !!

    the second rendering is bad ass
    Thanks, I was really happy with the way they turned out.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pt109 View Post
    Thata is an amazing rendering, i have got to go check that out. That is so close to what I have been thinking about for a finished project. I think the shipping outfits 'oops' would go along way toward that new chassis price. Great build, looking forward to following, I'm subscribing!! What part of the country are you in. My place is only about 18 miles from the border.
    Thanks, I'm originally from Cambridge, ON (1 - 1.5 hours north - north west of Niagara falls). Do you have a thread for your build?

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    Another Youtube video of Jeff finishing up the passenger side cowl.


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    I am still trying to figure out how to put it in there. I spent 2 hours on this type of ting last night and had to walk away before I smashed this comp. I'll keep trying and how to get pics on there.
    Bruce Jeppesen
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    I hope this will take you to my build, could you let me know if it doesn't. Now to get the pictures figured out...
    Bruce Jeppesen
    "RANGERS LEAD THE WAY"
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    1978 Ford F-150 4x4
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    http://www.pro-touring.com/threads/1...e-PT-Challenge

    Need more time, more money and more ambition!!!

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    If it only went that fast in real time..... It's looking good.
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    I like the rendering and color choice. Looks like you have a good start. I will be watching for updates.
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    Firewall work has started! ABC Performance Ultimate smooth firewall going in soon...










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    Looking forward to spending the time to read the whole build thread, but for now I will start following along!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommycomfort View Post
    Looking forward to spending the time to read the whole build thread, but for now I will start following along!
    Thanks, I have been following one or two of your Chevelles, pretty awesome!

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    Some more pics of progress on the firewall / rockers and cowls. Also the new Hydro boost from Hydratech came in, ordered through Matt at MCB's. Really great company to work with and has helped out a lot on this project so far, especially my Art Morrison frame with all suspension / brakes and rear end....more to come on that later!

    Cowl and rockers:




    Firewall








    ABC Performance Ultimate Smooth Firewall...




    Lower windshield tray needs replacing and making the cowl below the windshield smooth...no more louvers.





    new Hydro boost, went with the street prep version:



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    Here's a video of some of the firewall and rocker work on Project Car TV:


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    Jeff Continuing work on the firewall...




    Center section showed up, Strange S-Trac unit, 35 spline and 3.70 Gears.



    AND something for that center section to plug into, 900 Pounds of AME frame showed up! Will be getting Ridetech shockwaves and has a Strange Pro-Touring floater kit installed by AME. Big thanks to Chris at AME and Matt/Kim at MCB for helping me get this beauty ordered and put together!

    And no, those aren't the wheels/tires being used haha.







    Out of it's protective shell...





    Strange Pro-touring Floater



    Can't wait to see it all together!
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    Great progress. I'm glad you went with a AME chassis. I've been hoping someone would have a review on these for a 66-67 A-body. Now I just have to wait till you/re done.

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    Are you done yet?

    lol

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