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    1. #41
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      i like that you plan ahead. also, your building experience is not that extensive. kinda shows that intelligence, research on line, and good skills can produce better results than many other pro-built efforts.

      keep the thread going. it is one of the more interesting going on.



    2. #42
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      i went with a dark gm red, called baroque red, from Cadillac.
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    3. #43
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      Thanks for the positive feedback! I love that baroque red! Is that a metallic color and is it one of those colors with a tinted clearcoat?

      Unfortunately I haven’t had much time for the car because of the honey do list, kids activities etc. Funny I thought I would get a lot done in the spring and summer due to the better weather but nice weather activities always take priority over the build

    4. #44
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      Wow! That looks awesome! What size wheels and tires are those?

    5. #45
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      Nice!
      Wayne
      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
      Project FNQUIK https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ghlight=FNQUIK

    6. #46
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      Fronts are 275/35/18 and rears 325/35/19 but I can easily fit 345

    7. #47
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      Got her on all fours out in the sun for the first time. She sits pretty low at the recommended height settings.

      After much research on a power side mirrors with integrated turn signals, I finally found a pair. They are from a 13-18 Lexus ES and they fit the door and the style lines perfectly! Just had to grind the inside bracket a little. I can post exactly what I did if anyone is interested. It has turn signal, puddle light and of course power movement up/down and left/right. Since itís an OEM part the quality is excellent unlike aftermarket cheap mirrors and they look expensive. But were only $90 each brand new!
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    8. #48
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      Also managed to get a few small things done. I bought a rotofab cai for a zl1 Camaro from camaro5.com for a ridiculously cheap price figured if it didnít fit after mods I scrap it. Unfortunately there are not many choices of prebuilt cai for LSA and 69 Camaro. Anyway with a little trimming it fits really well.

      I also had to drop the radiator down about 1/2Ē because with the radiator cap I couldnít mount my fesler fender braces.
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      Lastly, got the electric parking brake mounted.
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    9. #49
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      Good score on the Rotofab. Was the interference in the block off box? did the tube and filter fit with no interference? I've been looking at those thinking they would fit.
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      Gold/Gray 1967 Camaro

    10. #50
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      If you just use the tube and filter you will have no interference but then you will need to make some mount so it doesn’t just dangle. The block off box needed to be trimmed to take the contour of the fender and I did a little trimming on the bottom as it was too long. Then I rounded all the corners just so that rubber trim that goes around the perimeter fits better.

    11. #51
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      Cool thanks!
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      Gold/Gray 1967 Camaro

    12. #52
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      Just wanted to say impressive stuff with the dashboard, looks awesome!

    13. #53
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      Wow very nice work. Hope my 67 turns out as good. Can you tell me which engine mounts and trans crossmember you used. Doesnt look like you needed to cut the tunnel. Did you have to hammer it to make the tr6060 fit?

      I just picked up and 2014 zl1 camaro lsa tr6060 im going to put in mine.

      Thanks for any help you can give

    14. #54
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      Lots of great info! working on some redo on a 69 going LSA on that also just using the T56 magnum

    15. #55
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      Wheels?

      If you donít mind me asking what wheels are those? Are you having to run any adapters or spacers? They look like Aodhan wheels.
      Eze_1978 1968 Chevy Nova

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    16. #56
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      You are correct they are Aodahn wheels DS02 fronts are 18x9.5 with 15mm offset and rears are 19x11 with 15 mm offset. My front tires rub the frame at full lock but I have a chassis works frame. I plan to put like a 1/4” spacer

    17. #57
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      I had some time to work on the car. The custom spoiler that came with the car was kind of boring so I decided to notch it. Came out great!
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      Also mounted the restomod air unit. Itís very far from being a bolt it unit.
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    18. #58
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      I have a question about your parking brake setup up. Have you ran the cables yet to the actuator? I was wondering how you got the cables to it and how you were able to get the actuator to pull both left and right equally? I'm thinking of doing the same thing you are for a parking brake.

      Thanks!

    19. #59
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      Parking brake

      I have a '69 Camaro and mounted my parking brake in the truck as well. I hope this pic helps!
      Stephen
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    20. #60
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Size:  149.1 KBCredit goes to SlimJim, I too used the Harley pods/housings and 4.5Ē Harley lights to match the LED headlights I got. I had to do some metal massaging around the pods so that they fit the driver light openings in the Camaro valance. I also had to cut off the stock light bracket in the camaro valance and I welded in nuts in the Harley pods. With some body work I think they will look great. In my opinion this is the cheapest and nicest option since the only other option seems to be anvil pods and they are super expensive.

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