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    1. #41
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      Thank you
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    2. #42
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      Billet Driving Lights

      Quote Originally Posted by classiccarcustoms View Post
      Thank you
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      I know that you're trying to sell the entire car and the billet driving lights you've created are just 1/1000 of the project, but they are so beautiful, if you happen to want to make an extra set and sell them to an appreciative '60 pro-touring Camaro owner for a reasonable price, please kindly count me in as a buyer who would gladly respond to a PM. Thanks in advance.

    3. #43
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      What’s a “reasonable price “ for billet driving lights?
      I have a brand new set of MCB “driving light” kit I will sell.

    4. #44
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      I sent you a private message. Also, please let me know what the MCB driving lights kit looks like. Thanks.

    5. #45
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      LLC shop rear package tray and Hertz 6x9
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    6. #46
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      1969 Camaro Full DSE RHS LSX 427 twin turbo, best of the best

      Audison amps installed.
      Custom speaker box built and installed.
      Stereo is all wired in and tuned.
      Everything was built to be behind full trunk enclosure. “Hidden”

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    7. #47
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      This car is awesome. Interesting approach, too--build thread and for sale thread all in one. GLWS.
      '69 Charger TT Viper project - SOLD
      '65 Mustang Shelby clone project "almost done"

    8. #48
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      Beautiful Camaro.......

    9. #49
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      Thank you.
      I had given a big deposit for one interior company last year to hold me a spot for February. They keep calling the day before and stating they need another week to catch up. I had my car set up for s second interior shop last month, they called and stated one of there guys got hurt and they need a couple days to catch up. I have all brand new deluxe interior I might just put in for now and start driving the car. In the meantime i just keep working on this build I.E driving light assemblies, Marquez design lower valance, stereo system.
      Next step os tp charge a/c, 2 heater lines, change clamps for upper radiator hose, install inner fenders, grill and bumper, 1 piece headliner and then I can install front and rear Fesler flush glass.
      Then I will start driving her.

    10. #50
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      Are your fuel lines just stainless tube fanned and bent to fit?.
      Flare fitting or?
      I'm wanting to do mine in rigid stainless except a shorty at thee tank and at the engine
      TANKMASTERJ

    11. #51
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      Stainless tube formed to body and frame. -An fittings at each end.

    12. #52
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      1969 Camaro Full DSE RHS LSX 427 twin turbo, best of the best

      Take 3 with TMI headliner.
      Raptor liner on inside roof then
      Dynamat extreme then
      Drynamat dynaliner
      Then mocked up TMI Suede 1 piece header liner. In and back out 3 times so far. Thought I had it last go around and I turned on the stereo for the kids again and the liner was making a wobbly noise, so out again and I installed Dynaliner on the back side of of TMI headliner as well.
      Now in for the fourth time.
      I will get installed pictures tomorrow.

      TMI headliner and sale panels all installed.
      Glass guy is coming tomorrow to install Fesler front and rear glass

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    13. #53
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    14. #54
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      Very nice and clean! Was wondering if you put the front glass in and how it fits with anivil cowl panel..

    15. #55
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      Front glass is not fitting to my liking.
      I am very OCD. I ditched the Anvil wiper cowl.
      Anvil wiper cowl works great with factory window stainless and windshield. Not so much with flush glass.

    16. #56
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      Impressive Build!
      Hope you get every penny!

    17. #57
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      1969 Camaro Full DSE RHS LSX 427 twin turbo, best of the best

      Thank you.
      Did a couple pulls on a dyno this Saturday.
      Not bad.
      841 rear wheel (980 ish motor) HP on 91 pump gas.
      At 6,200 rpm 12 lbs boost, 43 psi, 4th gear, 131 mph.
      Runs great. Going to make a couple changes and load another tune.
      Tried to load the video. Unable to.

    18. #58
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      Video or it didn't happen!
      Greg

    19. #59
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      What an awesome build !!
      marty-mj
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    20. #60
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      Quote Originally Posted by garickman View Post
      Video or it didn't happen!
      Any help on posting it?

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