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  1. #1
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    The Bird finally rolls and sees Light!!!

    Well its almost been a year, since the car was dissasembled and put on jack stands, it finally was lowered to the ground and was rolled out into daylight!! a few more months and it will be done! the only thing that sucks now is that I can' tlook at my super detailed undercarriage anymore











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    yikes

    Looks good dude, can't wait to see it done. You might want to get longer heater hoses though, looks a lot better with out all that AC crapp. start it yet??????
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    I would love to see that thing in real life!
    David
    :3gears: 68 Rally Sport Camaro 350/4spd(t56ingarage)/8.5 10bolt 2.56 open,Hotchkis springs, kyb shocks, 17" Rallys 235/245-45-17

    1989 Pontiac Turbo Trans Am 3.8 Buick LC2 V-6 w/51k, Ported heads w/oversized one piece valves, te-44 turbo,PTS built 200R4 w/2800stall, Lucas green top 009 42.5# injectors, AFPR, Adjustable wastegate, ATR 3inch exhaust, Terry houston 3inch mandrel bent downpipe, stock intercooler w/duttwieler neck, Eibach Springs, Bilstien shocks, Spohn adjustable panhard bar...

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    guys up late? vince, why do i need longer heater hoses? right now they are just laying there because i had to take ou tmy heater core, the heater core pokes out of 2 holes in the heater box, and the heater hoses go on there. 68rs you are about 15minutes away from me!

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    Nice very very Nice!!!

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    lookin absolutely sweet yody !!!!

    btw, nice wheels !
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    Lookin good!!! keep us updated!


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    Look's good dude!! Are you gonna run a cowl hood?
    -David

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    That is beautiful. You could eat anywhere off of that car its so clean.
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    Nice....very nice!

    No doubt dude. That is one the most beautiful and detailed second gens I've seen. Great job dude! Almost makes me want to go work on my 73. If only I weren't so lazy
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    yody my car will be here this weekend if you want to check it out... same with anyone else in the bay, im not sure weather it will be saturday or sunday but i got a lot of driving to do...
    Hit me up on the old email and we can all set something up, if you guys are around...
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    David
    :3gears: 68 Rally Sport Camaro 350/4spd(t56ingarage)/8.5 10bolt 2.56 open,Hotchkis springs, kyb shocks, 17" Rallys 235/245-45-17

    1989 Pontiac Turbo Trans Am 3.8 Buick LC2 V-6 w/51k, Ported heads w/oversized one piece valves, te-44 turbo,PTS built 200R4 w/2800stall, Lucas green top 009 42.5# injectors, AFPR, Adjustable wastegate, ATR 3inch exhaust, Terry houston 3inch mandrel bent downpipe, stock intercooler w/duttwieler neck, Eibach Springs, Bilstien shocks, Spohn adjustable panhard bar...

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    thanks!

    Hey thanks for the compliments! here is a pic of the undercarriage;


    Hey Trilogy, I found some 295's for you, 2 of them brand new, they are local to me, i can get them and ship them to you, email me at
    [email protected] if you want them.

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    Lookin' really good, Yody.

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    That's beautiful! You have really spent some time there. Did you do the paint work yourself, and are the suspension/frame components painted or powdercoated?
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    thanks, the car was already painted before i did all this, the paint job is "okay" for now. Me and a friend smoothed the entire firewall, we actually cut and rewelded a big section of it in, and painted it along with the undercarriage. The frame, front suspension, rad support, tranny crossmember, leaf springs, and rear end are all powdercoated. ANd dave yes i unfortunately have to run a cowl hood, i want a 3" cowl but it cost $200 more than a 4", and by the looks i might need a 4". THe stock flat hood/formula scoop hoods are a joke, no clearance at all.

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    thats purdy..... looks like a lot of time well spent yody!



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    Looks great Cody. I hope to catch up sometime in the next 30 years or so.....
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    Very Very nice work.
    ~Ryan

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    yody,
    what is the height (diameter) of that 295/35ZR19 on the rear of your bird ?
    thanks,
    chuck
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    27.1 i sent you an email

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