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    1. #21
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      Jun 2013
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      the mustang/charger combo will be awesome

      67 Camaro CAM/C-prepared autocross Project
      72 Nova Street/Drag Car Project


    2. #22
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      Aug 2011
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      North Platte,NE
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      HAHAHA that is awesome, your son has excellent taste. The story of why they used a Charger to begin with is cool in itself. Make sure you tell your son the guys in the Charger were not running from the Stang, they were just trying to line up for a clean shot lol.

    3. #23
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      Received my tires yesterday, 255/45 and 335/35. Hope to get the wheels in a few weeks, then I can test
      fit the front wheel/tires but will have to wait until I mini tub the rear to see the back wheels/tires under the car.
      Thanks!
      Pat






    4. #24
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      Sep 2013
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      looking forward to this build!
      Scott
      '66 Chevelle

    5. #25
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      Sep 2012
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      Toronto, ON
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      Subscribed!

    6. #26
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      Apr 2014
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      I skinned the charger and found a little rust around the back window but the front window channel looks great!












      I also pulled the motor and Trans, as I sold it. With the motor in the car and still running I put it on Craigslist with a video and the 2nd called bought it! The 1st called was pissed.
      Thanks
      Pat








    7. #27
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      Sep 2009
      Location
      tampa fl
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      173
      that looks great.. cant wait to see more

    8. #28
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      Apr 2009
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      Very nice project & awesome idea !
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      Gil

    9. #29
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      Jan 2011
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      CENTEX
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      67
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      One of my all time favorite movie chase scenes and Mopars in general. I love your concept and execution of the restoration so far!! Great job and I am really looking forward to seeing more progress!!
      J. Will.
      70 Chevelle Malibu, 69 Cutlass S convertible, 71 Monte Carlo, 16 Chevy SS (yes, that one)

    10. #30
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      My wife keeps nagging me for a bullet charger. I personally love em too. Great progress, keep it up.

    11. #31
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      Apr 2014
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      Went to Chrysler Carlisle and picked up a AMD trunk floor and US Car Tool chassis stiffening kit and mini tub kit and a few other things. It was hot but a great day!




    12. #32
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      Feb 2012
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      those wheels are sick,, this is going to be a good one!!

    13. #33
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      Removed the glue and green paint from the fuel fill pipe and sanded the lead coating with 400- 600 and 800 then clear coated it. Note use a respirator and glove when sanding lead.




    14. #34
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      Apr 2014
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      With the car still on all 4 I started fitting the US car tool frame connectors and after a little grinding they fit pretty well.








      I also started on the only part of the frame that was rusted. The right side of the cross member needed a small section cut out and replaced so I found a donor frame rail to graft in the frame.












      I will weld up after I finish cleaning the undercoat off.
      Thanks
      Pat

    15. #35
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      Aug 2011
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      Are you using rust bullet on the inside of the rails or something else?

    16. #36
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      Quote Originally Posted by 72BBSwinger View Post
      Are you using rust bullet on the inside of the rails or something else?
      No I just sprayed the areas that I could get to with weld through primer. I will use Eastwoods internal frame paint with extension hose at a later date. I use this on my sons fastback and it worked great.
      thanks
      Pat

    17. #37
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      Dec 2006
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      Barrie, Ontario, Canada
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      sweet project!
      Used to be known as 455regal

    18. #38
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      Mar 2009
      Location
      Houston, TX
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      Sweet project.

      I followed the rebuild of your son's Mustang over HR magazine. No doubt this one will turn out just as nice.
      Tu Ho
      Firebird V2-LS swap

    19. #39
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      Apr 2014
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      Quote Originally Posted by rickpaw View Post
      Sweet project.

      I followed the rebuild of your son's Mustang over HR magazine. No doubt this one will turn out just as nice.
      Thanks, that was a fun build and I will miss his help as he is at school.
      Pat

    20. #40
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      Evod said the wheels should ship late next week and sent a picture of one of the center sections.
      Thanks
      Pat


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