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    1. #41
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      Aug 2009
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      Chandler, Az (from west NE)
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      241
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      Project looks great. Nice looking headers! Notice the NE plates; I'm originally from Gering! I don't think mine will be as nice as yours.

      Ric

      2002 s10, DD and AutoX.
      1966 Malibu owned since 1971. Drag car converting to track toy!


    2. #42
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      Oct 2015
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      Thanks for compliment, I live in Ponca NE.

    3. #43
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      Oct 2015
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      Just got my new cluster in from dakota digital. It's a brand new release for them. The quality is top notch. Now I just got to get it mounted in the dash. Some modification will be required. Haha
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    4. #44
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      Oct 2015
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      Started cutting in cluster
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    5. #45
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      Oct 2015
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      Got the cluster mounted , now I have to fill in the sides.
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    6. #46
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      Oct 2015
      Location
      Kansas
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      Well done! That looks really clean.

    7. #47
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      Thanks

    8. #48
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      Oct 2015
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      Finished off mounting cluster
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    9. #49
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      Jun 2012
      Location
      Chicago burbs
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      205
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      WOW 634, that is some clean fab right there. That is going to be a great looking dash, can't wait to see the finished product.

      1969 442 6.0L LQ9 T56
      Fab9 w/ custom 3 Link conversion
      FAYS2 Watts link
      Thanks to Mark at SC&C for his honesty and passion for the sport, and Ron Sutton for the wealth of knowledge that has helped shape so many of the cars on this site.

    10. #50
      Join Date
      Nov 2006
      Location
      Ma.
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      5,410
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      Nice job! It looks great.
      Wayne
      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
      Project FNQUIK https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ghlight=FNQUIK

    11. #51
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      Oct 2015
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      63
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      Been away for a few days, thanks for the compliments mowtown 454 and jetmech442. I'm wiring right now hoping to get car started in couple weeks.

    12. #52
      Join Date
      Nov 2012
      Location
      Pensacola Florida
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      314
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      Awesome build. Subscribed........might get an idea or three for my 66 Buick build!
      Bill(THE Batman) Davis
      70 Camaro 383/700r4 no place to hide
      1966 Buick Special cheaper than a chevelle but just as fun!
      2019 ZL1/1LE track day missile
      I live my life one jackstand at a time!

    13. #53
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      Aug 2015
      Location
      NJ
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      282
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      Wow - looking back through your thread I missed quite a bit. Man this thing is coming alone nicely and quick too! Well done!

    14. #54
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      Oct 2015
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      Thanks pittpens24, looking back it's going pretty fast but at the time of doing it, it seems to take forever. Here's a pick if dash all cleaned up and a little primer to keep from rusting till I get time to do body work.
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    15. #55
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      Oct 2015
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      Here's some pics of power steering cooler I stacked on top of engine oil cooler. Oil cooler has twin 5 inch fans on it so they should move enough air for both.
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    16. #56
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      Oct 2015
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      Hello everyone, itís been a while since last post, been doing a lot of sporting events with family. What I have been doing to car is kind of boring stuff. Fixing problem areas in body work that was started by someone else. Here are some pics of what I got done. Also I built a water tank that goes in the rear for the supercharger intercooler. I also did have car running before I totally disassembled it to do body work.
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    17. #57
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      Oct 2015
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      More pics
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    18. #58
      Join Date
      Apr 2001
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      The City of Fountains
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      Making great progress!!!

      Andrew
      1970 GTO Version 2.0
      1967 Cougar build
      GM High-Tech Performance feature
      My YouTube Channel Please Subscribe!
      Instagram @projectgattago
      Dr. EFI
      I deliver what EFI promises.
      Remote Holley EFI tuning.
      Please get in touch if I can be of service.

      "You were the gun, your voice was the trigger, your bravery was the barrel, your eyes were the bullets." ~ Her

    19. #59
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      Jun 2012
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      Chicago burbs
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      Such a fan of your work. Keep pushing man, everything is looking sooo nice and very unique.

      1969 442 6.0L LQ9 T56
      Fab9 w/ custom 3 Link conversion
      FAYS2 Watts link
      Thanks to Mark at SC&C for his honesty and passion for the sport, and Ron Sutton for the wealth of knowledge that has helped shape so many of the cars on this site.

    20. #60
      Join Date
      Oct 2015
      Posts
      63
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      Thanks guys! This is definitely the hardest part of the build for me, fab, mechanical and electrical are much easier and fun to me.

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