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    1. #141
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      Bumper starting to come together and lower tailgate valance. Now time to work in exhaust and license plate into lower bumper. Looks too clean with no license plate and exhaust. That will all change... Also adding some weld-in tailgate anti-rattles that look good. #Hammerfab
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    2. #142
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      Very nice.

    3. #143
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      Tailgate bumper bullet installed and front bumper dialed in. The ends turned our great. #HammerFab

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    4. #144
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      That is some quality workmanship there. Bumpers are tight. Looking amazing

    5. #145
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      Dude, that's just a Bad Ass Truck! Excellent Craftsmanship!

    6. #146
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      Lots of good vision.

    7. #147
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      As with all the other guys I'm digging the metal work.
      It's looking fantastic.
      Jason
      TANKMASTERJ
      https://www.pro-touring.com/threads/...touring-Camaro
      Jasons Toys
      67 Camaro build
      2000 HD Softail
      1989 CBR Hurricane anniversary edition

    8. #148
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      Thanks for the feedback. The work is done by Hammer Fab in Liberty Hills, Texas. Best decision I have made in many years. I give feedback and what I want and these guys knock it out. This is way out of my skill set(unfortunately).

    9. #149
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      Bumpers are on point. (No pun intended) ��
      My half a$$ed build thread.https://www.pro-touring.com/threads/...elle-6-0-4L60E

      Tighten it till it strips & back it off a quarter turn.

    10. #150
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      Hood latch is beefy. Release lever is inside the cab.
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    11. #151
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      Time for the firewall...
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    12. #152
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      Nice.

    13. #153
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      Door gap time. I think this is everyone's favorite thing(to avoid).

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    14. #154
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      You definitely found the right shop to do your metalwork. They definitely have the right tools and skills to use them: that planishing hammer is humongous!! Using the silicone bronze rod to fill and smooth out the steel rod is a neat idea. Fabrication threads like these are my favorite because it is a great way to learn tips and tricks and come up with new ideas.

      As far as the hood: Chevy emblem versus GMC ventÖ.
      Anyone who sees that GMC style grille will know that it is a GMC truck and wonder why there is a Chevy emblem above it. It would be like adding a Z28 emblem to a GTO.
      Brian P

    15. #155
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      Quote Originally Posted by tdishon View Post
      Time for the firewall...
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      Bad ass build! Curious what valve covers those are, they look like the match the profile of the lid.

    16. #156
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      Quote Originally Posted by BrianP View Post
      You definitely found the right shop to do your metalwork. They definitely have the right tools and skills to use them: that planishing hammer is humongous!! Using the silicone bronze rod to fill and smooth out the steel rod is a neat idea. Fabrication threads like these are my favorite because it is a great way to learn tips and tricks and come up with new ideas.

      As far as the hood: Chevy emblem versus GMC vent….
      Anyone who sees that GMC style grille will know that it is a GMC truck and wonder why there is a Chevy emblem above it. It would be like adding a Z28 emblem to a GTO.
      That's a tough one on the grill and emblem. The center section of the grill is GMC and the ends are enlarged Chevy. I can't stand he ends on the GMC grill. 58 and 59 didn't have the hood grill so we abandoned the idea. It's tough to pick a direction sometimes.

    17. #157
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      Quote Originally Posted by Senek67RS View Post
      Bad ass build! Curious what valve covers those are, they look like the match the profile of the lid.
      The valve cover covers and supercharger extension were machined my EVOD. They make it all look seamless.
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    18. #158
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      Just a Bitchin Build! Very nice detail on every aspect!

    19. #159
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      Quote Originally Posted by tdishon View Post
      That's a tough one on the grill and emblem. The center section of the grill is GMC and the ends are enlarged Chevy. I can't stand he ends on the GMC grill. 58 and 59 didn't have the hood grill so we abandoned the idea. It's tough to pick a direction sometimes.
      Boy did I have a brain fart! I had it in my head that this truck was a Jimmy.

    20. #160
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      With the slimmer door handles, I wanted knuckle clearance.
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