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    1. #81
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      Nov 2009
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      illinois
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      i love every bit of this build waiting for more



    2. #82
      Fabulous metal work. I can't wait to see more!

    3. #83
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      Jan 2011
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      Perth, Western Australia
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      oh my!
      Engineering & design at its best
      Please excuse my ignorance, but what is the smaller cap for on the fuel filler?? Is it a breather cap when filling??

    4. #84
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      Quote Originally Posted by BonzoHansen View Post
      oh good lord

      can I sit in it at sema and make vroom vroom sounds? pretty please?
      If it is there - absolutely!

    5. #85
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      Quote Originally Posted by Ringbrothers View Post
      If it is there - absolutely!
      Sweet!!!!
      Scott from NJ.

      Vent Windows Forever! ... My junk, featuring the Red Dragon ... NastyZ28 ... NJ Camaros & Firebirds

      Feather-light suspension, Konis just couldn't hold
      I'm so glad I took a look inside your showroom doors

    6. #86
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      cool, speakers out side the car!!
      67 Camaro convertible (Jinx)

    7. #87
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      jinxie now thats funny
      john
      1972 NOVA SPEED TECH TORQUE ARM AND FRONT ARMS , RUSHFORTH NIGHT TRAINS, DRIVERZ INC
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    8. #88
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      Feb 2011
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      Kalamazoo, MI
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      Damn....Thats all I have to say.
      1969 Pontiac GTO
      -The Nameless project.

      0331, USMC, Semper Fi.

    9. #89
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      Quote Originally Posted by Ringbrothers View Post
      please tell me more about this shifter relocation piece. One off? production part?
      Mike Redpath
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    10. #90
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      Oct 2010
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      am a looking and am a liken' that gas filler tube.

    11. #91
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      Quote Originally Posted by aussie69camaro View Post
      Please excuse my ignorance, but what is the smaller cap for on the fuel filler?? Is it a breather cap when filling??
      It's a vent. I didn't know either.

    12. #92
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      Quote Originally Posted by MuscleRodz View Post
      please tell me more about this shifter relocation piece. One off? production part?
      That's a one-off piece.

    13. #93
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      Quote Originally Posted by Ringbrothers View Post
      It's a vent. I didn't know either.
      OK... Now Im confused.

      Anyway... Are we going with a stripped down trans-am racer theme and leaving all this awesomeness exposed or are we covering it up. I vote for leaving it exposed with minimal creature comforts... or at least making it look like it is missing creature comforts.

      Awesome build... I've got a Maverick for you when your ready. :D
      Chris

      Total Cost Involved - Ridetech - Fatman - Total Control Products - Gateway Performance - MaverickMan Carbon

    14. #94
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      Damn........love that work.
      Regards,
      Leigh

      Sydney, Australia
      1971 Firebird 455

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

    15. #95
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      Updates





    16. #96
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      silicone lined Stainless clamps on harness?

      Can you please tell me if the clamps you show on the harness draped over the steering column are stainless with silicone rubber?

      The silicone is not a priority to me but I exhausted several sources seeking stainless straps awhile back. Various plated/coated varieties is all I could find.

      This is the first of your builds I have followed but I have seen your finished products. It's really intriguing seeing it come together and picking out all the changes. Thank you for sharing it.

    17. #97
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      i sell stainless clamps at my hardware store, Mcmaster also has them.

      BTW, cool build!

    18. #98
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      Those look to be aircraft cable/pipe clamps - made by ADEL.
      Heres their site...they do various band materials including stainless.
      http://www.adelwiggins.com/CatDtl.cfm?cid=103
      Regards,
      Leigh

      Sydney, Australia
      1971 Firebird 455

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

    19. #99
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      Quote Originally Posted by Roberts68 View Post
      Can you please tell me if the clamps you show on the harness draped over the steering column are stainless with silicone rubber?

      The silicone is not a priority to me but I exhausted several sources seeking stainless straps awhile back. Various plated/coated varieties is all I could find.
      We get the clamps from our local Car Quest store or McMaster Carr. If you need more info I can see what I can find - email me at [email protected]

    20. #100
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      Mar 2007
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      ghent new york
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      nice build the car is sweet.great custom work

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