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  1. #61
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Size:  121.8 KB Final rendering of Street version, Should take 3 to 4 hours to convert from street version spoiler/wing to track splitter/wing. Off to the Body guy within the next couple of weeks.



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    Started running the SS lines. Still have to tweek a bit
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    Working on firewall and transmission tunnel
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    The stainless lines look good. The firewall is looking good too.
    Wayne
    Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
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    Who makes those black clips holding the stainless lines to the chassis?
    http://jeff351.blogspot.com

    1970 Torino GT
    twin turbo 351c, 6 spd

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    NotcHead - DSR Fasteners | Parts, Tools & Accessories

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    Beautiful work. I'm always excited to see updates on your car.
    Ahmad B.

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    enjoying this build!looking forward to hearing it fireup,regards

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    That floor looks amazing! Awesome job with the sheet metal fab-keep up the good work!

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    Looks great. What fittings did you use with the SS lines at the firewall ?? I would like to do something similar for my power steering. I'm not sure the compression fittings can hold more than 150 PSI though. Thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT69Cam View Post
    Looks great. What fittings did you use with the SS lines at the firewall ?? I would like to do something similar for my power steering. I'm not sure the compression fittings can hold more than 150 PSI though. Thx
    Pretty sure those are AN flare fittings and not compression fittings. Hopefully someone competent will confirm....

    Don
    1969 Camaro - LSA 6L90E AME sub/IRS
    1957 Buick Caballero - huge project
    1959 El Camino - Ironworks frame
    1969 Mustang Sportsroof
    1956 Cameo - full C5 suspension/drivetrain

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    Quote Originally Posted by UDOIT View Post
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    Fitting Roll Cage. It will come off the jig once we get the cage welded in. When we get it off the jig we will install the mock up block with front pulleys and stuff, install the front and start building headers, and running tubing to the intercoolers.

    Thanks for the comments on the shop. It was my race shop and am in the process of converting it over to a UDOIT auto club ( which is where the name of the car came from) The ideal is for car guys in the area to be able to join the club and have access to work on or build anything they want in the shop. I furnish tool, lifts, welders, mill lathes, tube bender, notcher, sheet metal brakes, for a rental cost. Shop has infloor heat and fully air condition, lounge, TVs so if you want to anything from hang out, changing tires, oil etc. to building a complete hot rod. The concept is in the St Louis area there are a lot of talented retired guys that are motor heads that after retirement don't have a lot to do. If you get a group of talented guys that want to give advice, help or charge for there services it can be done at a reasonable cost. Already have a chassis guy body and paint guy, machinist and electrical guy on board. Any comments welcome
    Bring it to NH . I'll retire and you can have my shop.

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    We are using alu AN flared fittings on the low pressure side of the pump. Still trying to find the correct SS fittings for the high pressure side of the pump. (just not comfortable using alu nuts on the high pressure side although we will test all the lines/fitting to make sure we don't have a leaks prior to engine start up.)

    Finished up welding and grinding welds on the tunnel area. Had to modify the trans brace to make room for the gear vendor OD unit and access nuts . Finished most of the work on the drip rails (got a couple small areas to fix where the lead that melted out)

    Hope to install the mock up motor for the last time (before fore going to paint) and finish making up the rest of the SS lines, install wheel tubs, fuel tank etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by UDOIT View Post
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    We are using alu AN flared fittings on the low pressure side of the pump. Still trying to find the correct SS fittings for the high pressure side of the pump. (just not comfortable using alu nuts on the high pressure side although we will test all the lines/fitting to make sure we don't have a leaks prior to engine start up.)

    Finished up welding and grinding welds on the tunnel area. Had to modify the trans brace to make room for the gear vendor OD unit and access nuts . Finished most of the work on the drip rails (got a couple small areas to fix where the lead that melted out)

    Hope to install the mock up motor for the last time (before fore going to paint) and finish making up the rest of the SS lines, install wheel tubs, fuel tank etc
    Gottashow products should have those. http://gottashow.com/

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Size:  101.0 KB Finished fitting wheel tubs, Continuing finishing lines and installing accessories within the engine compartment

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Size:  106.3 KB Started working on air condition lines. Have to drill thru the radiator support and seal weld the tube to the support and seal weld the male fittings to the support. Should make it clean and allow it to be removed

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    I'd give my left nut for one of those intakes by shaun! great work on this

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    Installing rear pannels, making template for fuel tank slimjim; shawns products are secound to none getting ready to order valve covers, timing cover and valley cover.
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