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    Default 1967 Firebird Pro Touring build

    Finally starting my project been carrying around this car for many years plans are to build a pro touring car with a lsx engine t56 trans ford 9Ē. For suspension I have everything Detroit Speed out back Quadralink subframe connectors and mini tubs all ridetech up front with tru turn rims and tires off c7 corvette and c5 brakes Name:  56545676295__90D37DB2-6C94-4553-9781-BAB0EDC589B6.jpg
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    Basically car is stripped and starting replacing sheet metal going to smooth the firewall new floor pans all new front clip and new quarters Name:  IMG_2077.jpg
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    C7 rims and tire rears are 325/30r19 front are 275/30r18

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    Full bore ahead. I like it.

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    Another firebirdddddddddddddd! Yessssssss!

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    Made some more progress got the smooth firewall in patched the front toe board and installed a full floor pan next is a full truck pan, tubs and my new Detroit Speed Rear Shock Crossmember then planning on some type of undercoating on the whole floor of the car any suggestions?

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    Firewall looks good, did you do a smooth kit or did you just scab in tin to smooth it?


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    I made a template out of cardboard then plasma cut out of 18 gauge and drilled holes then plug welded it will have to add a bit of filler but Iím quite happy with it and it didnít cost anything as I have tons of sheet metal laying around

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    That’s mint! Keep up the great work bud


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    All sheet metal repair done mini tubs and subframe connectors welded in quarters and roof skin on now for body work and taking it to primer





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