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    1. #21
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      And swiss cheese leaves this weekName:  IMG_20200320_105552.jpeg
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    2. #22
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      Solid work! Always scary sanding the car down and finding not so pleasant surprises! I like the hood louvres=)

    3. #23
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      Thanks and hats of to the Swedes that are motor heads !
      TANKMASTERJ

    4. #24
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      And back of car Swiss cheese goneName:  IMG_20200526_120658.jpeg
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    5. #25
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      Liking that progress!!
      '67 Camaro SS - Currently in build stage but making progress!
      **Brett**

    6. #26
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      If you are that good which you last pic does I would suggest flush mounting stock glass.

    7. #27
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      need more info on these


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      A fee new photos of my hood vents going in. Purchased these from Frank on PTF. Excellent fabricated product.
      Thanks FrankAttachment 175223Attachment 175224Attachment 175225

    8. #28
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      A few more gap and metal photos. Slow but steadyName:  IMG_20200604_121321.jpeg
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    9. #29
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      And the firewall finally smoothes a little.
      And a few better pics of gaps. Last few blurred.
      Almost done with metalName:  IMG_20200630_142022.jpeg
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    10. #30
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      Looks great man! Keep up the good work.


      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

    11. #31
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      OMG slow steady and expensive lol
      TANKMASTERJ

    12. #32
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      Quote Originally Posted by TANKMASTERJ View Post
      OMG slow steady and expensive lol
      Time and money and lot's of both.... that's all you need.. LOL

    13. #33
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      Little weekend work. Dial indication on the new QuickTime bell on the LS7.
      Widest range was 0 -.008. so I'm. Within spec on run-out at just .004.
      Later this week I'll set pedal for the hydraulic throw out bearing and mock up my LS7 and T56 magnum in my freshly powder coated black Speedtech sub frame.Name:  IMG_20200726_200723.jpeg
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    14. #34
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      Looking good sir! Keep up the good work.
      69 Camaro LS2, ridetech 4 link fikse wheels yada yada yada
      17 Grand Sport

    15. #35
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      Nice job Jason !

    16. #36
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      Got my freshly powdered subframe Al together except my ATS spindles as they were at home and my sub was at my shop in town!
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    17. #37
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      Ok LS7 engine. Had this fidanza aluminum flywheel and LS9 clutch on when I bought it. Found out my tremec magnum along with quick time bell doesn't fit. Not enough room for the Tilton TOB. Measurements show exactly .500 not enough room. Turns out a McLeod clutch would so fine but I want to be able to go with the LS9 clutch. So I'm having a spacer machined .625 thick to go between the bell and the magnum. Besides being able to use the LS9 dual disc clutch I'll also be able to use the Roller Pilot bearing that runs the. Outer edge of the crank rather than the needle pilot bearing deep in the crank.
      They make 1/4 and 3/8 spacers but I don't want to sstack them so a machined one at .625 is just what the doctor ordered.
      .500 to get to fit and .125 for the TOB airgap. Name:  IMG_20200805_185621.jpeg
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    18. #38
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      So I got on the LS7 wet conversion today. Swapped oil pump, shimmed it to tolerance. Swapped front cover. Added a Katech C5r timing chain and a Mast Motorsports stroker oil pan kit. Fit is excellent on the pan.
      Clears the speedtech pro touring subframe with rack and pinion on the Rear
      Got the LS7 on the subframe. Just waiting on my machinist buddy to make my trans to bell spacer and I can install the T56.
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    19. #39
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      Nice job Jason ! Can't wait to see the paint job !

    20. #40
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      I'm wavering between Glasurit Icy White with a matte black hood and. Tail pan like the Snowblind Camaro
      Or
      Viper Red with White Z28 stripes
      TANKMASTERJ

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