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    1. #41
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      Aug 2019
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      Quote Originally Posted by Kuhlhaus View Post
      Cool build! Look forward to following.

      You're a little ahead of me... Nice to see what I'm store for.
      Hi Ken,

      Just had a look at your build. You're doing a great job! Not to much longer and all the dirty work will be done. It sure is nice when the car is painted and all of the work involves reassembly. The stage your at I found most challenging to remain motivated.

      Nick.

    2. #42
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      Mar 2020
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      Winnipeg, Canada
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      Quote Originally Posted by Ausssie Nick View Post
      Hi Ken,

      Just had a look at your build. You're doing a great job! Not to much longer and all the dirty work will be done. It sure is nice when the car is painted and all of the work involves reassembly. The stage your at I found most challenging to remain motivated.

      Nick.
      Thanks Nick! Kind of you to say.

      As I'm fond of saying... "It's a process" and you have to celebrate the small victories when they come. LOL

      Thanks for the vote of confidence - greatly appreciated!



    3. #43
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      Aug 2019
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      A few updates of progress over the past week. I now have all of the ridetech 4 link brackets tacked onto the diff and is ready to be welded off. I am interested is anyone has a way to do this without taking it to an engineering shop while keeping it straight at the same time. Has anyone had any joy building a jig and welding the brackets off? I was planning to take it to a local engineering shop that welds a lot of diff housings but if I can do it on my own that would be first prize.

      I also receive my turbo header this week. Next step is purchasing turbos, wastegates, BOV, intercooler and Vintage air A/C. This will allow me to build all of the turbo plumbing and get all of the cooling packs mounted to the radiator support panel. I can then send the support panel for paint.
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    4. #44
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      Mar 2013
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      San Jose,CA
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      This thing is awesome!!
      LS3 1972 Camaro RS

    5. #45
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      Nov 2006
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      Ma.
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      Very nice.
      Wayne
      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
      Project FNQUIK https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ghlight=FNQUIK

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