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    Thread: Project FNQUIK

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      Project FNQUIK

      I Just decided to name my project after my liscence plate. So here is the reintroduction of my car FNQUIK I will show a few pictures of when I got it in 2003.







      My car is being completely rebuilt the nose, is GM, the rest is aftermarket. the car has been totaly dissassembled, scence these pictures the carcass has been blasted and sanded.
      They say you have to hit bottom before you climb to the top!
      OH I hope their right Scary!! Its a good thing I've seen some he has put back together. They were Awsome. Here are som pictures. Wayne






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      i think thats a camaro?
      Colin Russ

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      Is that a camarosaurus skeleton I sure hope I don't have to strip mine that far when I get started on it again this winter.you've clearly got more ambition than me

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      A Little Progress

      I went to see my car in September, he was finnishing annother car before starting back on mine. It was blasted then scotch brite sanded . After that it was primed with weld thru epoxi primer. All parts will be scotch brite sanded and primed in the same way. You can see the frame rails on the jig, and the rear going back together.
      Here are somre pictures the car is a little bit further ahead than this now.








      Sorry for so many pictures I'm kind of excited Wayne

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      That might be the craziest think I've ever seen. The Royal Sport Camaro was in about the same shape from what I remember. I guess anything can be saved with enough time and money. God Speed man.

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      My god man... you really dont do anythig half-assed, do you???

      this project pretty much just showed me the literal aspect to the phrase "go big or go home" hahaha
      "What is each day but a series of conflicts between the easy way and the right way?"

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      Holy crap... and I thought I had alot of work.....

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      Looking good Wayne!

      Home in time for Christmas?

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      wow, you sir got some balls going that far! lol

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      Quote Originally Posted by Crafty One
      Holy crap... and I thought I had alot of work.....
      Me too, but you know that thing will be solid when done nice work.

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      Holy cow! May the force be with you.
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      Thanks everone
      Phil Not sure every time I think so something happens so.?

      MZ 500 nice work on yours. I can't take credit for the work just the payments He does excelent work. Wayne
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      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
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      Thats simply amazing props to you for going balls in and literary building a car from scratch almost.
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      out of complete curiosity...what is it about this specific remanat of a car that makes you want to go through so much effort and money to build it?
      Colin Russ

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      I don't see a VIN tag. Oh hell, I don't even see a firewall to put the VIN tag on either lol. Do you have the VIN tag? Is this car a limited model? Yenko, COPO or Nickey maybe? Just curious.

      The first set of pictures you posted, I thought you were joking. I figured I would scroll down and see the rest of the car. Nope! It looks like your really going thru everything with a fine tooth comb! Just keep chipping away at that block little by little! Keep posting pictures so we can see your progress. Good luck!
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      Quote Originally Posted by Young Gun
      out of complete curiosity...what is it about this specific remanat of a car that makes you want to go through so much effort and money to build it?
      because he can....sure beats what we are starting with. LOL
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      Quote Originally Posted by MrQuick
      because he can....sure beats what we are starting with. LOL

      lol

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      Quote Originally Posted by Project69
      lol
      TOO FUNNY!!!!!!!!

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