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    1. #21
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      hi,are you able to post or pm me a clear picture or two of the bottom of the dash cutout ?mine has been removed in front of where pedal box mounts and im wanting to replace,regards george



    2. #22
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      Excellent work on the headers! I've always wanted to try and build a set of my own headers.


      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

    3. #23
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      GMC427 I'm not sure what you need pics of can you explain a little more and I will get you the pics.

      Ryeguy building the headers was pretty easy with the Icengineworks modeling system and I made my owen jig to cut the bends. I ordered right from them so I only got the blocks I needed. I used 3" CLR U bends so I ordered 50 3" CLR 2" bend blocks and 70 straight blocks if I was to order again get 50/50 split. I got my tubing from Race Mufflers.com. It took 17 2 1/4" U bends to build the headers and I didn't waste any. The U bends have enough strait tubing so didn't need to order any.

    4. #24
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      hi ,the dash cut out hole in this picture,mine has been cutoutfor some reason where the rods hang down and support the steering colunm ,apicture from above of the reinforcing peice where the rods pass though would be great if possiable and one from under would be good,regards george

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      hi ,the dash cut out hole in this picture [last pic in post 4],mine has been cutoutfor some reason where the rods hang down and support the steering colunm ,apicture from above of the reinforcing peice where the rods pass though would be great if possiable and one from under would be good,regards george

    5. #25
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      Update. Been working on getting all the panel gaps done redid the finder to door and A-piller. I will be doing no trim glass so I wanted the door and finder to match. Also got the serpentine elf installed. Name:  868BA737-E9F8-431E-BAB0-1DACBCC80F5D.jpg
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    6. #26
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      Finely got some work done. Got the front end sheet metal on and gaps look good. Fixed the head light Area redone. Cut off the rain gutters and got welded up nice still need to touch up the lead work. Some pics of the whats been done. Name:  932B1EE0-7A06-4574-AD9D-E2349248F91E.jpg
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    7. #27
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      Nice body work. You got skills. Looks great!
      1951 Ford F1, 1967 RS Camaro, 1979 Firebird Formula, 1979 Trans Am/LS swap.

    8. #28
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      Thanks TA. This is the first time going to depth of body work. I want the car to be slick with no chrome. Got the wheels ordered up from Boze and they should be here in 4 weeks. Ordered the Chicane wheels in brushed.

    9. #29
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      Wheels got here to day and they look great. Name:  243B31E1-86B7-44B2-BAE6-20B71805ACE4.jpg
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      Thanks Zach at Boze wheels.
      This weekend I will get them mocked up on the car and make sure they fit good then time to start the body work.

    10. #30
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      what sizes have you gone with?

    11. #31
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      GMC I went with 18x8 in the front and 19x11 in the rear both with a 5 back spacing. Cooper tires 245 40 18 and 325 30 19.

      I got them fitted up and everything fits good and they look great. Car still needs to be lowered a bit. Name:  3ECEB949-D830-4CEB-A229-2326C58D2735.jpg
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      Now I can finish up the little bit of metal work and start doing the body work.

    12. #32
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      Quote Originally Posted by KCR View Post
      GMC I went with 18x8 in the front and 19x11 in the rear both with a 5” back spacing. Cooper tires 245 40 18 and 325 30 19.

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      Now I can finish up the little bit of metal work and start doing the body work.
      nice,what width do you get with the dse tubs at 12oclock inner tub to wheel arch lip?regards

    13. #33
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      GMC if I remember right just under 15".

    14. #34
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      Quote Originally Posted by KCR View Post
      GMC if I remember right just under 15".
      is that inner to the outside? regards

    15. #35
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      GMC That's from inner wheel tub to inside outer lip.

    16. #36
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      Sorry I haven't been keep up on updates. We have been making progress on the project.
      We got the motor in and fired up tested the brakes also had just a little fun.

      I will also load the body work pics when I can get them to transfer.

    17. #37
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      Nice!!
      Sounds pretty Rowdy!!!

    18. #38
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      very nice

    19. #39
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      Very awesome.When he gave it a few short revs you could hear how mean that motor is.

      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. #40
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      looking good!!!

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