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  1. #21
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    That deuce spoiler is dead sexy. Nice job Brian!

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  2. #22
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    Yeh.......2nd gen Camaro (74) please!!!
    Conrad
    Original owner '84 Grand National. CAS V1 (big) front-mount intercooler, Comp roller hyd cam, Champion Al intake/heads, T66 turbo, 3.5" custom cat-back exhaust, RideTech TruTurn front & DSE rear swaybars/ctrl arms, Ridetech 3-way coilovers, Baer 6P 14/13. FAST w/TouchScreen & GM Flex Fuel sensor, 120 lb injectors, Ricks SS tank, Aeromotive Eliminator pump.

  3. #23
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    that's what i was looking for pics of too, 2nd gen...
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  4. #24
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    Any 1st gen Camaro spoilers? Is there any special pricing for PT members on the shift boot?

  5. #25
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    Introducing the latest part over at Finch Performance, These are machined firewall plates to cover up the factory firewall and provide that custom look without welding. They fit 1st and 2nd gen Camaro's as well as 64 to 67 Chevelles. The dimensions are 10 inches tall and 17 inches wide so will fit any flat firewall that can accommodate the size.

    They come black or clear anodized and are machined to accept Vintage Air bulkhead fittings. I have the black version in stock and the clear ones are being cut. The price is $260 each shipped to the lower 48 and includes the stainless mounting hardware.

    Here is a before and after I did on a 79 Camaro, the results look awesome and the best part was that this greatly reduces the time to clean up the firewall. Start to finish it took a total of 3 hours to achieve the results below.

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  6. #26
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    VERY VERY nice!
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  7. #27
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    The shifter that i have in my car now seems to long and sloppy on my t56 magnum. I think its a 10" version.

    What is everyone else running? 6" or 8"
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  8. #28
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    Very Nice Looking Stuff
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  9. #29
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  10. #30
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    site appears to be dead. I went looking for the firewall plate, looks nice, but can't find contact?

  11. #31
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    I heard something might be announced soon.

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  13. #33
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    I would like to get a firewall plate and shift boot. Any idea how to get a hold of Brian?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwylie View Post
    I would like to get a firewall plate and shift boot. Any idea how to get a hold of Brian?

    Hes super busy it seems. Even on Facebook I either get responses way after the fact or not at all.
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  15. #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by cwylie View Post
    I would like to get a firewall plate and shift boot. Any idea how to get a hold of Brian?
    Can’t you just place an order on his website? That has worked fine for me in the past.

    don
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  16. #36
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    Yeah I already have the steel portion of the shift book assembly. I just need the bezel and boot so I was hoping to find a way to get a hold of him.

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