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    1. #141
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      great progress!

    2. #142
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      [QUOTE=berdunord;1364420]Jason what you do is awesome, can't wait to see all assembled

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      Quote Originally Posted by wareaglescott View Post
      great progress!
      Thanks Scott
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    3. #143
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      And this afternoon finished the Dynamat. Well actually box of dynamat extreme was empty and I already had a box of Hushmat so I finished the floor back to the mini tubs with it.
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    4. #144
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      Great work...

      Look forward to following your progress. Keep it up!

    5. #145
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      Quote Originally Posted by Kuhlhaus View Post
      Look forward to following your progress. Keep it up!
      Thanks I'll check out your build thread
      Jason
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    6. #146
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      A little Thursday night madness like drilling 20 holes. In your new slicked off firewall.
      I bought this billet AC bulkhead plate from cwylie here on ptf if not mistaken. And I really wanted to use. It. It's a btch as you all know getting hoses to work in such a tight quarters but I really didn't like the vintage air setup going through the firewall and I didn't like loosing my kick panel speaker area so here it is.
      The billet plate with all the stainless steel bolts matches my hood vents install, my Forgeline, and the general industrial theme for my build. Now I'll get fresh black gloss powder coat on it and mount up the vintage ac so I can move on with wiring.Name:  IMG_20210902_194423.jpeg
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    7. #147
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      Quote Originally Posted by TANKMASTERJ View Post
      A little Thursday night madness like drilling 20 holes. In your new slicked off firewall.
      I bought this billet AC bulkhead plate from cwylie here on ptf if not mistaken. And I really wanted to use. It. It's a btch as you all know getting hoses to work in such a tight quarters but I really didn't like the vintage air setup going through the firewall and I didn't like loosing my kick panel speaker area so here it is.
      The billet plate with all the stainless steel bolts matches my hood vents install, my Forgeline, and the general industrial theme for my build. Now I'll get fresh black gloss powder coat on it and mount up the vintage ac so I can move on with wiring.Name:  IMG_20210902_194423.jpeg
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      That plate looks good, nice touch!
      '67 Camaro SS - Currently in build stage but making progress!
      **Brett**

    8. #148
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      Thanks Brett.
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    9. #149
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      That finish level is crazy !

    10. #150
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      Very nice touch. I hear you on drilling into fresh paint. One trick I've used is a piece of painters tape over the area I'm drilling into. It helps to keep the paint from flaking.


      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. #151
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      Most definitely reyguy. Another truck is use an air hose to cool as you drill just like when you do spot welds or but welds on sheet metal. Weld alittle and cool a lot!
      Did you sell your rig?
      Jason
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    12. #152
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      After installing and removing the rear bumper 7 times I think I'm done. It's the. Original one but some repops brackets. Had to cut them apart and change the angles and re weld. Test fit, grind etc. Then black gloss powder.
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    13. #153
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      Finally got my Ac bulkhead plate successfully mounted and the vintage unit in behind the dash. Put both in and out more than a dozen times. Such a tight fit with a bulkhead. On a. First gen. I didn't want to loose my speaker hole at the kick panel area.
      Hard to get good photos under the dash today.
      But celebrate small victories. This has. Been a pain in the ass and i found out about the Eaton ez clip hose after I made hoses.
      First I cut and welded hard lines, all 4 out of aluminum but when the bulkhead was installed my port threads on the back side. Male was too short and the nuts on the hard lines bottoms out before the oring seals. I built all that on the shop table with a jig and even had the bulkehead mounted exactly as would be in the car. I just didn't take into account the firewall thickness with new metal, mud and Dynamat extreme.
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    14. #154
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      It looks good, lots of fun times under there fitting things up.
      Wayne
      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
      Project FNQUIK https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ghlight=FNQUIK

    15. #155
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      Quote Originally Posted by TANKMASTERJ View Post
      After installing and removing the rear bumper 7 times I think I'm done. It's the. Original one but some repops brackets. Had to cut them apart and change the angles and re weld. Test fit, grind etc. Then black gloss powder.
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      I know where to bring my powder coating now! Looking good…I’m going to mock up some brackets as well to hide the bolts
      '67 Camaro SS - Currently in build stage but making progress!
      **Brett**

    16. #156
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      Yeah Brett
      Arkansas painting and specialties in Little Rock.
      A buddy of mine owns it. They do great powder coating.
      Great people as well.
      Jason
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    17. #157
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      Yeah Brett
      Arkansas painting and specialties in Little Rock.
      A buddy of mine owns it. They do great powder coating.
      Great people as well.
      Jason

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    18. #158
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      Ok installed the rain gear wiper kit
      Very impressive and well engineered.
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    19. #159
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      Putting my E38 ecm in the glove box area.
      Going to be a tight fit. I drilled a 2" hole just behind the kick panel area in that small square are where the jamb is. Drilled it from there into the kick panel area ttl route thee LS harness out the fresh air hole.
      Since my paint shop left it open to run vintage air through but I used a bulkhead so I left that open.
      I took and fabricates a plate like the vintage air fresh air block off plate and offset a 2" hole in it to get my LS engine harness through it. Waiting on it and. My cover plate for the wiper hole both to be powder coated in black gloss.
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    20. #160
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      And also installed the Wegner WAK033 LS3 accessories drive in diamond cut and black.
      Very nice quality.
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