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    1. #41
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      Icy white would be my choice but this is not my car

    2. #42
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      Quote Originally Posted by TANKMASTERJ View Post
      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
      I was just thinking this weekend that I need to reach out and check up on your status...

      The White/Black is awesome...I think we had a txt chat about that awhile back. Still on my mind but I think I'm going a different route. Viper Red would never be a bad choice as well.
      '67 Camaro SS - Currently in build stage but making progress!
      **Brett**

    3. #43
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      Quote Originally Posted by TANKMASTERJ View Post
      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
      How about just black. And not just any black, but the blackest black any black car has ever been.

      https://www.dezeen.com/2019/08/27/bm...ck-car-design/

      This car will look photoshopped, but it isn't. I was kinda wondering how it might work as a laser defense coating.

    4. #44
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      Jason's 67 pro touring Camaro

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      '67 Camaro SS - Currently in build stage but making progress!
      **Brett**

    5. #45
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      Cannot do the solid black I got a black Duramax HD and wife has a Black 02 TA.
      So I gotta be different.
      I really dig the Snowblind Camaro scheme but but looking at a few Viper red and white striped cars.
      The thought I have is Glasurit Icy White with a black hood Matte, tail pan, carbon fiber spoilers and my Hood vents by Frank here on the. Forum to be titanium t match my forgeline ZX3rs with black barrels and titanium centers. Also have a. ridetech tiger cage in stainless and .
      I really need a Portrait or Rendering done.
      TANKMASTERJ

    6. #46
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      That black is badazz though
      TANKMASTERJ

    7. #47
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      Smooth67 did I buy some parts from you or something? Im trying to remember but yeah I think we talked
      Jason

      TANKMASTERJ


    8. #48
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      Quote Originally Posted by TANKMASTERJ View Post
      Smooth67 did I buy some parts from you or something? Im trying to remember but yeah I think we talked
      Jason
      Yeah, Iím up in Fayetteville - we did a deal on some brakes/steering gear.
      '67 Camaro SS - Currently in build stage but making progress!
      **Brett**

    9. #49
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      Oh cool hey Brett!
      TANKMASTERJ

    10. #50
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      A little weekend progress. Got my spacer machined for between the bell and the T56. Make it at .625 and you got room for the Tilton 6000 and an LS9 d disc clutch. I checked deck of spacer torqued to bell for maximum of .005 variance. Averaged ..0039 Made longer dowel pins and such. Checked all clearance t insure I got .125 airgap on my Tilton TOB.
      My TOB is all the way screwed down right on the adjustable mount. Good thing about that is if I switch to a McCleod clutch later I got room to stretch it since McCleod is alot shorter than the LS9 clutch.
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    11. #51
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      [QUOTE=TANKMASTERJ;1340150]A little weekend progress. Got my spacer machined for between the bell and the T56. Make it at .625 and you got room for the Tilton 6000 and an LS9 d disc clutch. I checked deck of spacer torqued to bell for maximum of .005 variance. Averaged ..0039 Made longer dowel pins and such. Checked all clearance t insure I got .125 airgap on my Tilton TOB.
      My TOB is all the way screwed down right on the adjustable mount. Good thing about that is if I switch to a McCleod clutch later I got room to stretch it since McCleod is alot shorter than the LS9 clutch.
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      looking good! Very similar build to what I plan for mine. Definitely jealous of your power plant.
      Have you been happy with the quality of the speedtech package? I should be ordering mine soon.

    12. #52
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      Zero complaints on speedtech. Absolutely excellent fit, finish , and quality.
      I bought my torque arm rear setup from a guy in Ms that didn't finish a build and my front pro touring subframe from a guy in IL that didn't finish his build. Both at about 15% under new cost .
      Speedtech is first class.
      My power plant come from a Vette that a guy just had juiced up at Late Model Racecraft. Guy just had it done and crashed it. I ga e 8200.00 for it! With all accessories and ECM, pedal and all.
      TANKMASTERJ

    13. #53
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      Quote Originally Posted by TANKMASTERJ View Post
      Zero complaints on speedtech. Absolutely excellent fit, finish , and quality.
      I bought my torque arm rear setup from a guy in Ms that didn't finish a build and my front pro touring subframe from a guy in IL that didn't finish his build. Both at about 15% under new cost .
      Speedtech is first class.
      My power plant come from a Vette that a guy just had juiced up at Late Model Racecraft. Guy just had it done and crashed it. I ga e 8200.00 for it! With all accessories and ECM, pedal and all.
      thatís awesome, sounds like you did well on the whole package. Now I need to find some deals like that.

    14. #54
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      Nice drawing Jason, can't wait to see it on the road !

    15. #55
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      Some photos of the mud room happening.
      TANKMASTERJ

    16. #56
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      Well I cannot get them attached. My new phone who t work on the app so guess il have to laptop them
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      TANKMASTERJ

    17. #57
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      Wow, that looks amazing! And your body guy looks exhausted haha. That's a lot of 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

    18. #58
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      That's all great for sure, and I'll be the first to admit I cant do the quality work like some of these more experienced and I really bow to to you guys but very few take the plunge cutting up and taking chances like I'm doing with a 68 cam conv.

    19. #59
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      Few more updates mud room photos . It's in primer coat #1 PPG. Note the fiberglass grill surround insert will give this 67 a more of a. 69 recessed grill look. I'll either fabricate a stainless or aluminum grill.
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    20. #60
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      Can't wait to see it painted Jason ! Primer coat looks perfect !

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