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  1. #21
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    X2 anxious for the updates, what a great car to work with!

    64 F-85 post car Pro-Touring project-my RV when I retire
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  2. #22
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    I want that thing. I too am anxious to see where you go with the build.

  3. #23
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    Its been a while again but i bought a new house since i last posted and have been really busy. I did get to redo the front suspension since my last update. Added an upper control arm and qa1 coilovers to the front. Another forum member on here has designed a suspension upgrade for the small body rambler to replace the trunions with some arms and coil overs with some adjustability. Major improvement over stock and very reasonably priced.Name:  868374483.jpeg
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  4. #24
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    Another Rambling Rambler..Maybe have a set of widened stock wheel with hub caps. And it would be a good "sleeper" .And most people wouldn`t know what it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zspoiler View Post
    Another Rambling Rambler..Maybe have a set of widened stock wheel with hub caps. And it would be a good "sleeper" .And most people wouldn`t know what it is.
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  6. #26
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    Ah sleepers.

  7. #27
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    Glad to see another one of Mikes/ 343sharpstick kits being used on here! Lover your Rambler, want are your future plans with it?

  8. #28
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    nothing sleeper about the Rambler i built, keep us updated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rod View Post
    nothing sleeper about the Rambler i built, keep us updated!

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    I love it, that looks awesome.

  10. #30
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    Greg has one of the first few kits, great to hear an update! He did real well at an autocross late last summer, we had two AMC's at that event, what a great time.
    Hope your are getting lots of spirited driving fun with that front suspension. Are your going to the Auto-cross at Road America again next month? Registration just opened up for that event.
    Cheers
    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike343sharpstick View Post
    Greg has one of the first few kits, great to hear an update! He did real well at an autocross late last summer, we had two AMC's at that event, what a great time.
    Hope your are getting lots of spirited driving fun with that front suspension. Are your going to the Auto-cross at Road America again next month? Registration just opened up for that event.
    Cheers
    Mike
    Yes Mike i would definatly like to go to that event again i had a lot of fun. I will see about getting signed up again. See you there.
    Greg

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    Greg, I came by this screen shot today showing the CAM results from the autoX last year. Hope to see you there.
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    Hi Mike. Im all registered for the fvscc event. Looking forward to it again. See you there.
    Greg

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    Mike/Rod your Rambler builds make me smile. Rod I saw your car again this last weekend at NCM Motorsports Park/LS Fest, always nice to see something really different.

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Size:  388.3 KBNice ride Greg. Here's my '66, hoping to do the same thing. Eric

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    Quote Originally Posted by InRogue View Post
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    Nice looking ride Eric. Its nice to see more of these cars getting out there. Mike did a nice job with the front suspension. It works really well and has lots of adjustability. He is also working on a lower control arm setup that has better movement and eliminate that strut rod and bushing that can bolf into the cars. I was with Mike at an autocross event at Road America last weekend. It was a lot of fun to get the cars out on the track.

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