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  1. #1
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    ABS 69 Camaro build

    I thought I would share one of my current builds with you guys. It belongs to one of my customers and he is very excited. This is the pro touring / muscle car he has ever owned.

    Spec's:

    69 Camaro SS
    DSE hydroformed sub frame
    Mast Motorsports L99 416 SS
    Katech Carbon Fiber valve covers
    Katech coil mounts
    T-56 Magnum
    Quick Time SFI bell housing
    Mcleod RST twin disc
    DSE Quadra Link
    9 inch, True Track with a 373 gear set, 31 spline axles
    Baer Brakes, Pro 6 Plus, all 4 corners
    DSE Stainless headers
    Custom stainless exhaust w x-pipe
    Aeromotive fuel system
    Fikes Profile 5S widened by Forgedline 18x10 fronts & 18x12 rears
    BFG KDW's 275/35 fronts and 335/30 rear
    DSE dash insert with Auto Meter gauges
    Vintage Air
    DSE firewall fill panel
    DSE frame connectors
    DSE roll bar with custom bent harness bar
    A whole bunch of other cool stuff

    Here's a few pictures of the car we started with and the progress so far.
















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    Focal Speakers??
    NICE!

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    THAT, my brother, was fabulous!~
    1993 Cobra #3591, AFR, DSS, IRS, OMG!

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    Wow....nice work!
    Regards,
    Leigh

    Sydney, Australia
    1971 Firebird 455

    https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...Project/page27

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    Very nice build going on there.
    Stephen

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    damn thats a bitchen car must be nice for some body to be able to drop that kind of coin cant wait to see it finished very beautifull
    john
    1972 NOVA SPEED TECH TORQUE ARM AND FRONT ARMS , RUSHFORTH NIGHT TRAINS, DRIVERZ INC
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    Love the metal work.
    Tu Ho
    Firebird V2-LS swap

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    VERY nice job!!!

    I love those wheels.

    Great stance and choice of products!
    Ray
    FEW FRILLS, just BIG CHILLS!!!
    1972 VW Bug (632 ci BBC/Souped-up Tremec T56 Magnum/9"-3.50)
    18"x12" (335/30/18) Front, 19"x13" (345/30/19) Rear
    https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...-Lady-Bug-quot

  12. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by skeeters65 View Post
    Focal Speakers??
    NICE!
    Quote Originally Posted by batstang View Post
    THAT, my brother, was fabulous!~
    Quote Originally Posted by LeighP View Post
    Wow....nice work!
    Quote Originally Posted by johnny68 View Post
    damn thats a bitchen car must be nice for some body to be able to drop that kind of coin cant wait to see it finished very beautifull
    john
    Quote Originally Posted by rickpaw View Post
    Love the metal work.
    Quote Originally Posted by 454bug View Post
    VERY nice job!!!

    I love those wheels.

    Great stance and choice of products!
    Thanks guys!

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    Looking great Jay. I really like the way you blended the raised floor section to the original floor at the back.
    Wayne
    Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
    Project FNQUIK https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ghlight=FNQUIK

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    looks great!!! hm body looks good brushed/bare metal. maybe leave it as is and spray few coats of clear or paint satin silver...
    Kevin S. (overseas in Germany)

    1972 Buick Skylark GS 455 (Stage 1 Clone)

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    Jay's introduced this project over at Lat-g and has us drooling over every update. His work certainly speaks for itself!

    Awesome stuff Jay...
    Ron in SoCal
    69 Camaro in progress
    http://www.lateral-g.net/forums/showthread.php4?t=31246

    Used to be known as flash911

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    Please tell me you are just going to shoot some clear on that body??? Really awesome build, it took so huevos to rip into an already nice lookin car.
    Jon Rasmussen
    Ex Team OLJ.
    '72 Nova

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron.in.SoCal View Post
    Jay's introduced this project over at Lat-g and has us drooling over every update. His work certainly speaks for itself!

    Awesome stuff Jay...
    I will second that. His work in bare metal looks better than most painted cars. Love seeing his updates. And he's a very nice/helpful guy to boot!
    1969 CAMARO RS

    2002 LS1-T56 Dyno results: 452 rwhp, 425 rwtq
    Project pics of my '69
    Lateral-G Feature Page
    Camaro Performers Magazine Feature

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    Top notch fab! Subscribed.


    Cliff
    1968 Firebird
    Project Cheyenne Pro Performance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motown 454 View Post
    Looking great Jay. I really like the way you blended the raised floor section to the original floor at the back.
    Quote Originally Posted by CruizinKev View Post
    looks great!!! hm body looks good brushed/bare metal. maybe leave it as is and spray few coats of clear or paint satin silver...
    Quote Originally Posted by Ron.in.SoCal View Post
    Jay's introduced this project over at Lat-g and has us drooling over every update. His work certainly speaks for itself!
    Quote Originally Posted by Nessumsar View Post
    Please tell me you are just going to shoot some clear on that body??? Really awesome build, it took so huevos to rip into an already nice lookin car.
    Quote Originally Posted by Rybar View Post
    I will second that. His work in bare metal looks better than most painted cars. Love seeing his updates. And he's a very nice/helpful guy to boot!
    Quote Originally Posted by CliffS View Post
    Top notch fab! Subscribed.
    Thanks!

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    Very nice!

    Robert

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