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    The lights we used where from a 96 chev silverado truck they where profection replacements they take alot of fab work to make fit to say the least lol ...and to get them angled right so they actually function it was a ton of screwing around im not sure how you would make them work in a factory rubber bumper we had the luxury of having a fiberglass nose to work with so we basically cut out all the factory headlight provisions and made a fiberglass bucket with adjustment screws in them then built the headlight surrounds and grilles out of some factory plastic pieces and plastic welded them togethor did a ton of body work and painted em....not sure Id want to do it again lol

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    what acessory bracket did you use on the ls?

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    It is a custom setup we made inhouse we couldnt really get anything that was readily available to fit properly with the chassis and the engine set back ....most of the cars we do we end up modding the accesory brackets to fit

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    That is an amazing transformation. Something to be really proud of. BTW What was the frame that you used? Art Morrison?


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    Yeah art morrison max g

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    Man, these pics are fantastic! Love the fabrication work!

    Do you have any more pics of the centre console being built? I'd like to do something similiar for mine.
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    Looks awesome Paul, thx for posting
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    Quote Originally Posted by surreyboy View Post




    That car is a sexy beast! Nice work. I can't wait to see this one finished.

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    Back Glass is finally done fitted it this afternoon almost done FINALLY ..lol

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    Oh man , that is Sweet..

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    Quote Originally Posted by surreyboy View Post
    Yeah art morrison max g
    That's the same front frame we are using in the Triple Threat TA. Nice piece.


    That car has really turned out stunningly. That has to be one of the coolest TAs ever.

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    very nice, the stance is dead on. Best T/A I've seen.
    Quote Originally Posted by Doug1 View Post
    That's the same front frame we are using in the Triple Threat TA. Nice piece.


    That car has really turned out stunningly. That has to be one of the coolest TAs ever.

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    Thanks everyone I am glad that you guys think its cool...and even happier the customer likes it lol...ill tell you it makes all the headaches and problems you have to deal with when building these cars worth it when you finally get it done ...and even more so when the customer and guys who build cars truly apreciate it ...its one thing when people who dont build cars give you a compliment it is whole other world when people who do build cars and no what it takes to get it done give ya kudos on them
    Quote Originally Posted by mrbigblock View Post
    very nice, the stance is dead on. Best T/A I've seen.

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    I agree Bill, you guys did an awesome job this thing needs some publicity or some magazine coverage IMO. Or maybe you can get some professional photos of it done, if you need a guy let me know.

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    What ya saying my photo skills arent up to snuff ? lol.....I should prolly get some pro photos done of it and some of our other cars we have done and maybe get ahold of a few magazines see if there interested in doing something on the car My media and marketing skills definatly suck lol...
    Quote Originally Posted by Rybar View Post
    I agree Bill, you guys did an awesome job this thing needs some publicity or some magazine coverage IMO. Or maybe you can get some professional photos of it done, if you need a guy let me know.

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    Heres a crappy pic of the back window in



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