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    1. #101
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      It Looks good.

      Wayne
      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
      Project FNQUIK https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ghlight=FNQUIK


    2. #102
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      The Plasma cutter and spot weld cutter make short work of removing the right side inter wheel well. It would nice if it goes back in as easy, wishful thinking!
      Thanks
      Pat












    3. #103
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      I test fit the 4 link rear today and put the rear wheels on the car for the 1st so I can setup the inter wheel wells. It’s not quit the milestone of a car coming out of the paint booth, but seeing it with the wheels on and the right stance is a close 2nd!
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      Pat

































    4. #104
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      Killer stance! Looks great with all of your progress! How did you make that slit in the rear frame rails for that brace before the shock mount went in?
      Steve Calabro
      2015 Chrysler 300S
      2006 Lotus Exige
      1996 Dodge Dakota 4x4 5.7 Hemi on 35's
      1968 Dodge Charger All Wheel Drive project Ratn

    5. #105
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      Oh my...... that is nice
      Troy
      67GTO

    6. #106
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      Quote Originally Posted by Motorcitydak View Post
      Killer stance! Looks great with all of your progress! How did you make that slit in the rear frame rails for that brace before the shock mount went in?
      3/16 drill bit on the top and bottom and then I used a Dremel with a cutoff blade to cut between.
      Thank you!Pat

    7. #107
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      Before the new trunk floor gets installed I moved the wheel well flange in 2 ” on each side to keep an original look to the floor.
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      Pat




























    8. #108
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      Can't wait to see those two chase eachother around the yard!
      Justin Novick
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      "The Sexiest Radiators For The Sexiest Hot Rods"

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    9. #109
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      Nice!
      Wayne
      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
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    10. #110
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      Oh wow. That's killer.
      Josh Campbell- Pushing the limits of my HOA since 2011
      71 Firebird- 455, Ridetech front suspension. https://www.pro-touring.com/threads/...04#post1124504
      67 Camaro RS/SS clone, Speedtech front suspension, coilovers, soon to get LT1/T56.
      82 Z28- cheapie beater, soon to get a 406.
      66 Mustang coupe- 393, T-5, sold. https://www.pro-touring.com/threads/...-Coupe-GT393-C

    11. #111
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      Remove what was left of the trunk floor and cut some dead weight out of the frame by removing the rear spring mounts. I also removed the left side trunk drop to do a little rust repair that I found when the trunk floor was removed. I could’ve bought a new trunk drop but I enjoy saving as much of the original steel as I can.
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      Pat


















    12. #112
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      Nice job. It looks good.
      Wayne
      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
      Project FNQUIK https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ghlight=FNQUIK

    13. #113
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      Out of town for a few days working at the Miami boat show, but got back on the Charger this weekend. Remove most of the paint, undercoating, and surface rust in the trunk.
      Thanks
      Pat










      Heat-gun and a putty knife and then wipe down with lacquer thinner makes quick remove of the original sound deadening.









    14. #114
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      Very very skilled progress, im super impressed!

    15. #115
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      I really like this build; so so very cool.
      Are you going to be able to slide that trunk floor in thru the back seat area?
      Dan
      1971 Chevelle Maliboo Convertible 496/4L80E
      1956 210 2 door Sedan 8-71 blown 468/T400

    16. #116
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      Nice job cleaning it up in there. What are you going to put back in its place for sound deadening?
      Wayne
      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
      Project FNQUIK https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ghlight=FNQUIK

    17. #117
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      Quote Originally Posted by Zanie View Post
      I really like this build; so so very cool.
      Are you going to be able to slide that trunk floor in thru the back seat area?
      Yes with the inter wheel wells out and the package tray cross braces removed it will go in from the back seat area.
      Thank you!
      Pat

    18. #118
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      Quote Originally Posted by Motown 454 View Post
      Nice job cleaning it up in there. What are you going to put back in its place for sound deadening?
      I'm not sure yet as I'm not sure how I will finish the trunk (stock or custom?)
      Thank You!
      Pat

    19. #119
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      Looks great. Glad I found this thread. Cant wait to see the car completed!!
      Shaun

    20. #120
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      Looks awesome. Can't wait to see the end result, always loved these cars.
      Evan

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