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    1. #1
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      Mar 2015
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      1973 Camaro Pro-Touring

      1973 Camaro
      Detroit Speed Sub Frame
      3 Link Rear Suspension
      Forgeline Wheel
      LS 427
      BAER Brakes
      ARE Dry Sump

      Tons of Fab on tihs project.

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    2. #2
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    3. #3
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      Looks to be a great car!

    4. #4
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      Nov 2006
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      Ma.
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      Great project I’ll be watching for more. Subscribed!

      Wayne
      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
      Project FNQUIK https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ghlight=FNQUIK


    5. #5
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      Dang! Car looks great already.


      Ridetech Suspsension
      Tech Specialist
      Phone: 812.481.4734

      Project Fox
      1979 Trans Am

    6. #6
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      Sweet , did you just acquire it ?

    7. #7
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      Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
      Sweet , did you just acquire it ?
      No I,ve been working on this car for almost 10 years, projects about 95% complete. I had a post on here of what I started with, but had to delete and create a new thread. Man, it was BAD!
      I'll try and get some of those pics back up.

    8. #8
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      Here is some front end Fab work. Tried a couple of differnt versions of Inner Fenders and ended up going with this. I wanted Max Tire clerance up front. Its simple, but looks
      really clean painted up and engine installed. The hinges are Ring Brothers. It actually took quite a bit of effort getting both hinges centered bewteen the fenders because of my setup. These things are precise and don't have a lot of play in them, unlike the factory hinges. Located and welded 1/8 steel plates for mounting because the crap aftermarket fender hinge mounting locations weren't very straight.

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    9. #9
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      This is cool. Your bead rolled panels really caught my eye. Did you roll those yourself or are thry bought?

    10. #10
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      Quote Originally Posted by speedfreakcobra View Post
      This is cool. Your bead rolled panels really caught my eye. Did you roll those yourself or are thry bought?
      I rolled all the panels my self. I bought a bead roller from Pro-Tools. I used their tubing bender as well to bend cage. Decent tools for the price.
      I will probably never use it again, lol.

    11. #11
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      Quote Originally Posted by Hefs73 View Post
      No I,ve been working on this car for almost 10 years, projects about 95% complete. I had a post on here of what I started with, but had to delete and create a new thread. Man, it was BAD!
      I'll try and get some of those pics back up.
      Yes I have been on here for a while and I knew that I had seen that car before

    12. #12
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      Nice built awesome ! Deserve 1000hp +

    13. #13
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      Some Rear End Fab and Fuel System work. The Rear is a 3 Link using DSE Swivel Link Control arms for the 3rd link and Pan Hard Bar. Custom Rear end Brackets were Laser cut and welded.
      Fuel cell is alumnium and uses a CTSV Fuel Module. 4 Corner Pickup. Click image for larger version. 

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    14. #14
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    15. #15
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      Nice work.
      Wayne
      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
      Project FNQUIK https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ghlight=FNQUIK