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    1. #41
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      Amazing build. Keep it up, your almost there.



    2. #42
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      How did you install the springs w/ the subframe out of the car? I am assembling my sub now and can't get my DSE 2" drop springs to compress enough to get them installed w/ no weight on the frame? Any tips? Killer progress by the way, car is coming along nicely....
      71' Nova - LY6, T56

    3. #43
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      Some Progress

      Hi Thanks for the encouragement. As far as installing the springs Mike did that so I'm not sure what he did .
      I have a few pictures of the progress on the car. These were from a while ago, but here they are. Let me know what you think.


      These are the DSE mini tubs

      Not that you can tell but these are the convertable rockers for stiffness


      It exciting to see it getting close like this. Wayne
      Wayne
      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
      Project FNQUIK https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ghlight=FNQUIK

    4. #44
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      Almost looks like a car again

      Here are some pictures of the sheet metal being test fit.




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

    5. #45
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      Venturabeachpup Thanks
      Wayne
      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
      Project FNQUIK https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ghlight=FNQUIK

    6. #46
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      The car is looking great Wayne.Mike does amazing work.
      Stan Weil

      1969 Camaro
      Rotisserie restoration
      All new sheetmetal
      400 CU
      TKO 600
      Minitubbed
      Quadralink
      DSE dash
      Ford 9inch
      Budniks
      Vintage air

    7. #47
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      WOW , Really nice work !

      looking at the pics , i see camaro's everywhere there...

      Keep the photo's comming.
      The Voices in my head tell me i need more cars

    8. #48
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      wow I have heard of shops that won't work on a car unless they take it to bare metal but this takes it to the extreem. Looks like it will be an incredable car when done.

      -Richard

    9. #49
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      Quote Originally Posted by Motown 454
      And here are some of my Livewires
      if you haven't mounted tires yet, would you mind weighing your front and rear wheels for me?

    10. #50
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      I don't have the rear wheels they are at Mikes . I'll try to get the front weight for you.
      Wayne
      Wayne
      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
      Project FNQUIK https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ghlight=FNQUIK

    11. #51
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      Wayne,

      The car is really starting to take shape. Looking good. I like what you did to your sub frame, the welds look real clean. Keep up the good work!
      Rick
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      " Better to Be Lucky than Good "

    12. #52
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      Simply amazing!
      Greg Tholen
      GT Motorsports
      Dealer for Wilwood,Baer,Viking,Moser,BMR,Earl's
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    13. #53
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      Wayne, this is going to be a really nice car when done. Keep at it.
      Sam
      Northern UT.
      '68 Camaro "Bodacious"
      '56 210 2dr "Buckshot"

    14. #54
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      Thanks Guys ! Sam how are you doing with your car?
      Wayne
      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
      Project FNQUIK https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ghlight=FNQUIK

    15. #55
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      Quote Originally Posted by Motown 454
      Thanks Guys ! Sam how are you doing with your car?
      Mine has slowed down. Since summer is over. I think I can get back on it again. Yours is looking great. Looks like Mike does some really nice work.
      Sam
      Northern UT.
      '68 Camaro "Bodacious"
      '56 210 2dr "Buckshot"

    16. #56
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      Quote Originally Posted by NvrDun71
      How did you install the springs w/ the sub-frame out of the car? I am assembling my sub now and can't get my DSE 2" drop springs to compress enough to get them installed w/ no weight on the frame? Any tips? Killer progress by the way, car is coming along nicely....
      I put my springs in my sub-frame when the frame was off the car. I use coil springs compressors. It was easy.

    17. #57
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      Holly crap this built is intense.

      Gav
      1964 EH Holden slo touring wagon.

    18. #58
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      I imagine the car is probably a roller by now. Any pics of it with wheels? I am dying to see the tires mounted and on the ground. It looks so nice. It is going to be a very nice car when done.
      Sam
      Northern UT.
      '68 Camaro "Bodacious"
      '56 210 2dr "Buckshot"

    19. #59
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      amazing

    20. #60
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      Thanks Guys for all the encouragement. Sam the front rims are with me the rears are at Mike's he didn't want tires. He is building the rear some time soon so its still on the jig. You guy say Mike does awesome work from the pictures , you have to see it first hand to appreciate it . Its great to have piece of mind knowing everything is being done right.
      Wayne
      Wayne
      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
      Project FNQUIK https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ghlight=FNQUIK

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