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  1. #1
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    MALIficent - a '69 Malibu build

    Total frame-off Pro-touring build. Here's the plan as it stands now. However, it's not set in stone just yet. Particularly the choice of motor. I may go with GMPP LT4 and engine management system if there are no fitment issues between it and the REVO chassis.

    Roadster Shop REVO chassis
    LS7: 600+HP (haven't yet decided on builder if I go this route; MAST maybe)
    T-56 trans
    Ford 9": 31 spline axles, 57" track width, Pro iron case w/Tru-Trac posi
    McLeod RST twin disc
    C&R Racing radiator w/oil cooler
    CCW Corsair C12 wheels: 18/19" diameter; 9.5" front & 12" rear; black
    Pilot SS tires 285/35 & 345/30
    Baer Pro+ 14" 6-piston front & rear brakes
    Penske double adjustable coilovers (front & rear)
    Rick's fuel tank
    Ididit column
    American Autowire Classic Update wiring system
    Autometer gauges
    Stock-like interior



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    Sounds like an awesome build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chocthunder View Post
    Sounds like an awesome build.
    It sure does.
    _______________
    1969 Camaro
    1966 Skylark
    1964 Lemans
    1960 Biscayne
    Steve

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    Look forward to this build, used to have a 69 Malibu. I'm envious of your lift, what is your ceiling height and lift model #? I'm looking at getting a lift, Mohawk is my 1st choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTZ28 View Post
    Look forward to this build, used to have a 69 Malibu. I'm envious of your lift, what is your ceiling height and lift model #? I'm looking at getting a lift, Mohawk is my 1st choice.
    Mohawk A7 and the ceiling height is 9' 6". They're relatively expensive but worth the extra $$ imo. I can't stand fully upright under the car so I roll around on that chair you see in the pic. Beats having to use a creeper.

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    Tear down complete. Next it's off to media blasting.

    Obviously, the package tray is toast and the passenger side rear floor pan needs replacing. Probably the driver side rear floor pan, too.


    Nice paint job.



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    Hi Bryan, This looks like another nice one to watch. Subscribed.

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


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    Thanks Wayne. Difference between this build and my '69 Camaro build on the other site is that I'm doing all the work.

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    Here's a rendering my son Trevor created. It's proving to be a very nice tool to use to pick out color schemes. PM me if you'd like Trevor to crete a rendering for you and I'll get you in touch with him. He's a computer graphics/visual effects student at Arizona State University's Herberger Institute.


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    Finally media blasted and in primer.

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