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Thread: G90 67 Camaro

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    Default G90 67 Camaro

    We finalized the ride height and are dry fitting the air ride, double checking all clearances and turning radius, a few minor adjustments to the 4 link and some front end work and we will be a solid rolling chassis! Very happy to be reaching this point in the project.






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    Nice ride height, it will look sweet all painted up.
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    wow.......looks GREAT!!!

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    Thanks for the compliments, I should have my new coresupport from AutoRad by the end of the month then we should be able to finish up all the final metal work, fit the RS grill and get ready for some color. Im shooting for a July paint date..

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    Hey Scott,

    Looking VERY nice!! Spot-on stance and some really nice lookin' wheels...

    Keep posting the updates!
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    Great lookin car.... is the rear gonna come down a bit? It looks slightly raked....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flash68 View Post
    Great lookin car.... is the rear gonna come down a bit? It looks slightly raked....
    Our intent is to get the car as level as possible, this is where we will do some adjusting to the 4 link set up the top 2 links need to be repositioned slightly to give the center section a bit more clearnce, a quick easy fix and well worth the time,

    I want the rear fender to sit in relation to the rim the same as the front, and then when we let the air out we should be pretty slammed, there is a few more suprises in the works as well which is going to really set off the side appearance. Im in the process of getting a quality rendering done as well as deciding on a name. I was considering "Project Panty Drop" but I think someone has already used it?

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    New rendering of the car, there is more work being done but this is a great example of what we are going for both with style and ride,
    since this last update we have reworked several things to lower the car an addtional 2 inches, i will update with those pictures very soon

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    Very nice Scott!!!!!


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    In the rendering, you have door handles. Are you leaving or removing them?

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    Scott that is one sweet looking rendering. I love the color
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    Quote Originally Posted by Al Moreno View Post
    In the rendering, you have door handles. Are you leaving or removing them?
    there is a few changes to the rendering yet to come, I am stayting true to the 67 and leaving the wing widows which are not in the rendering, regading the door handles: we have them currently removed but in able to run the strip or track I will need to figure soemthing out (remote cable) as it is required locally, Hopefully i will have the final rendering next week with all features

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    nice stance

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    We made some good progress the past few weeks, the body is in full primer, 90% of the chassis is completed and final welding is done, and the air ride has been fit and tested for all clearance issues, I did get this new rendering today and thought I would share it as well. comments and thoughts are invited. Thanks

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    that is going to be a very nice looking car!!
    about the rendering... not sure about the mesh in the lower valance, maybe painted black so it doesn't stick out as much. just my opinion. but the car is looking great.

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    Just clear it as it sits. Love the stance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Code Red View Post
    mmmm sexy
    Too funny. That is EXACTLY what I said to myself. Stance looks killer.
    There's just something about these cars in the raw metal with the wheels/stance on that just makes these cars look so good.

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