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    1. #41
      Join Date
      Aug 2020
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      6
      Wow! This looks awesome! Also, pretty envious of your engine . . .

    2. #42
      Join Date
      Mar 2005
      Location
      Wisconsin
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      It's been a while since I have uploaded any updates.... making progress. Almost ready to jump to the interior and start on the "re-wire".
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      Used to be known as classiccamaro

    3. #43
      Join Date
      Jan 2021
      Location
      Minnesota
      Posts
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      Absolutely stunning car. Is that Rally Green, or a custom color? I owned a 1969 Z-28, Rally Green with white stripes about 40 years ago. One of my favorite cars of all time!

    4. #44
      Join Date
      May 2017
      Posts
      151
      Dude a very nice build! Exceptional!

    5. #45
      Join Date
      Mar 2005
      Location
      Wisconsin
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      184
      Country Flag: United States
      Quote Originally Posted by 39 chev View Post
      Absolutely stunning car. Is that Rally Green, or a custom color? I owned a 1969 Z-28, Rally Green with white stripes about 40 years ago. One of my favorite cars of all time!
      Thanks....I was trying to get close to Synergy Green, ended up with this color....it's a Glasurit base clear. The color really pops in the sun.

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      Quote Originally Posted by C Presley View Post
      Dude a very nice build! Exceptional!
      Thank you....really looking forward to getting it wrapped up for spring!!
      Used to be known as classiccamaro

    6. #46
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      Jul 2019
      Location
      Ohio
      Posts
      61
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      What pulley set did you end up going with? Any issues having to relocate AC stuff under the dash with the firewall modification needed to fit the engine?


    7. #47
      Join Date
      Mar 2005
      Location
      Wisconsin
      Posts
      184
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      Quote Originally Posted by srode View Post
      What pulley set did you end up going with? Any issues having to relocate AC stuff under the dash with the firewall modification needed to fit the engine?
      I used a Drive Junky Pulley system. No issues with the A/C, using a Vintage air compact unit, so it's pretty small.
      Used to be known as classiccamaro

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