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    1. #121
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      This is what Iíve gotten done lately. All of the exterior of car is done except for wing (waiting on paint). Iím trying to drive car before the weather turns crappie. I tried going for drive last weekend but trans wouldnít shift and had no vss. Took trans back apart and found that it was missing reluctor ring for output speed sensor. I converted trans from 4wd to 2wd and thought it used parking paw lugs for speed sensor (NOT). Parts are supposed to be here tomorrow so I can put together Saturday and hopefully for a drive!! Itís been a long 6 years. Thanks for all the nice comments, I really appreciate it!!
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    2. #122
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      Mabye I missed it. What's the 42 39 56 on the tail panel?

    3. #123
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      If you like ac/dc then it will all make sense

    4. #124
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      I do like ac/dc and did not pick up on that. Very cool

    5. #125
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      Beautiful!

      Just a suggestion, but I would paint the "grill" areas around the headlights to match the way the grill itself is painted.

      Bt again, absolutely beautiful!
      You ever wonder what medieval cook looked at the guts of a pig and thought, "I bet if you washed out that poop tube, you could stuff it with meat and eat it."

    6. #126
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      Droool. Looks so good!
      Chris Johnson

      '66 Chevelle Malibu

    7. #127
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      Good eye Pro-Touring 442, I never noticed that. I will add it to the list for this winter. Thanks wildcherry66.

    8. #128
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      Finally got to go for a drive. Put on around 75 miles, everything went pretty good, have to make adjustment to rear end , I didnít notice rear end isn't quite centered . Should be easy fix. Itís also a little loud inside due to interior not done yet and because of how exhaust is done.
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    9. #129
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      Looking good!
      My thoughts and ramblings while working on my motor driven menagerie http://mechanicdude.blogspot.com/

    10. #130
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      A few pics from today
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    11. #131
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      Awesome!

    12. #132
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      Awesome pics. Car is amazing and now ur driving it makes it even better. Enjoy it

    13. #133
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      The Chevelle looks great! Happy to see you get it out on the road!
      Herb

      1966 El Camino LS408/T56Magnum
      1966 Chevelle 509/T56Magnum
      1963 C10 454/4L80

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    14. #134
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      42-39-56 you could say she got it all

    15. #135
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      Quote Originally Posted by 634chevelle View Post
      A few pics from today
      Love the stance, wheel and tire combo! Nice job!



    16. #136
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      Thanks for all the compliments. Here is a pic from last weekend, I took up to show painter, first time he got to see it all together.
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    17. #137
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      That is a beautiful car and pic

    18. #138
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      Beautiful car! Love those wheels.


      1968 Camaro 6.2 w/ LSA, TR6060-Magnum hybrid, Z51 brakes, 12 bolt, Speedtech, Hotchkis, DSE
      1976 T/A LS1, 6 Speed, C5 front brakes, and etc. SOLD

    19. #139
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      Had small photo shoot for a local calendar last weekend.
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    20. #140
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      In the last 2 weekends Iíve been able to put on 500 miles, trying to shake out minor problems, also stretch her legs and got up to 120 for brief time.
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