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    1. #21
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      Quote Originally Posted by dipren443 View Post
      Please tell me 2nd Gen Camaro's are on your future application list?!?! PRETTY PLEASE!!!
      Well since you said Pretty Please ! soon !

      Check out my web site.
      http://screaminperformance.net


    2. #22
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      Really nice piece...

    3. #23
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      Once my car gets a little closer I want one, Will be intereted to see the close out panel with it. Good work!
      Aarik
      68 Camaro LS2/T56, Jake's Rod Shop C6 Subframe, JRS torque arm. Ridetech TQ Shocks

    4. #24
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      OK Brian,

      The more cool stuff like the new hood latches, rear speaker deck and front spoiler you design the longer its going to take me to finish my project!!

      Really really nice products coming out of the shop. Going to have to stop by and check them out, although my decision has already been made to put them on my 69.

      Chad

    5. #25
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      Looks like the interior pull handle will work on my A Body Mopar. What's the length of the cable? Might be a quick upgrade for Mopar guys. Any more detailed pictures of the handle and how it mounts?

      Thanks,

      Joe


    6. #26
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      Thanks for the kind words guys ! I am really excited about these. I put a lot of time and effort in to this and finally we are able to offer these finished products to you !


      Thanks !
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      http://screaminperformance.net

    7. #27
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      Any chance you could have one soon for a 70-72 Chevelle? Or I'm curious if I could adapt easily? Im selling my 72 clip now and have ordered the 70 parts except for latch as I want this!

      Pretty please!?!

      1970 Chevelle Pro-Touring Project
      Plans- 6.0L H/C (TT later), T56, UMI suspension, Kore3 C6 Z06 brakes, and lots more....

    8. #28
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      This is a very cool item, let the x-mas holiday pass and I WILL ORDER ONE!

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      68Camaro rs (Medusa)

    9. #29
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      Check out my web site.
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    10. #30
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      Check out my web site.
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    11. #31
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      Chevelle? Or do I need to fab one? Maybe I can modify some stock setup from another car.

      1970 Chevelle Pro-Touring Project
      Plans- 6.0L H/C (TT later), T56, UMI suspension, Kore3 C6 Z06 brakes, and lots more....

    12. #32
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      Quote Originally Posted by LSxChevelle View Post
      Chevelle? Or do I need to fab one? Maybe I can modify some stock setup from another car.
      No chevelle at this point, Sorry ! We will be doing second gen next then we will look into doing Chevelle.

      Thanks, Brian
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    13. #33
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      Will take a second gen F-Body and Chevelle version whenever they become available. Good job!

    14. #34
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      chevelle / el camino one would be nice. if i had a camaro i would buy one right now.
      1970 Elcamino ls3/t56, ricks/vaporworx, sc&c afx ,forgeline zx3, kore3 z51/ls1
      1969 Camaro ls1/t56, ricks/vaporworx, ride-tech,forgeline ga3,
      1996 civic the car that makes it all possible

    15. #35
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      Brian... Put me down for a 2nd gen camaro unit.

    16. #36
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      Thanks guys ! Hope to have second Gen soon !
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    17. #37
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      I bought your 1st gen kit and it is really nice. Finally you can feel safe parking in public!

      Can you please post a couple of pics of the handle mounting location and where the cable routes through the firewall.

      Tks, Rolf

    18. #38
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      Quote Originally Posted by HOSTILETAKEOVER View Post
      I bought your 1st gen kit and it is really nice. Finally you can feel safe parking in public!

      Can you please post a couple of pics of the handle mounting location and where the cable routes through the firewall.

      Tks, Rolf
      Rolf,
      Thanks, I will get some pics for ya ! The pull handle is designed to mount using the 1/4 in bolt that holds the e-brake assembly to the dash. Pull the existing bolt out and bolt the pull handle bracket in place using the longer grade 8 bolt supplied in the kit. There is also a 1/4 in nut supplied to put on the end of the bolt to further lock it in place.

      Call me if you got any questions !
      Thanks, Brian
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    19. #39
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      Put me down for a sec gen!!
      Brandon Slater

      1979 Z28
      1972 Nova
      2015 2500 silverado crew cab duramax

    20. #40
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      Status on the second gen kit?
      Nick DiPrenda

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