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    1. #761
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      Car looks amazing. Looks like Sean Connery should be driving it

    2. #762
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      Quote Originally Posted by thumper877 View Post
      Car looks amazing. Looks like Sean Connery should be driving it
      Agreed. Daniel Craig would have it wadded up in no time.

      The glass looks excellent. Better hope he remembers how he did it. You know, just in case.........

      Ken

      If there is a hard way to do something, I'll find it!
      My other car is a Vega.


    3. #763
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      It looks Amazing! I love this car!!
      Wayne
      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
      Project FNQUIK https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ghlight=FNQUIK

    4. #764
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      looks awesome

      BMR SUSPENSION
      T.C. Davis




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    5. #765
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      My gosh this thing is incredible. Well done!
      Stephen S.
      1967 Ford Mustang 4.7L, T5

    6. #766
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      Thanks guys. The progress has been sooo slow with the car. Everything seems to take three times longer than expected. Should be home soon and then when I am done off to Nebraska to visit The Recovery Room. After that I get to drive the piss out of it!

      I have made my life a little more complex though. My wife and I are in contract for a new house that has a 36 x 48 shop. Finally enough space for me to play with my cars! Some things have come up on the inspection and if the seller takes care of them then I will be moving, on top of assembling this car. Do I have enough on my plate?

    7. #767
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      Awe inspiring build. Very well done Sir

    8. #768
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      Quote Originally Posted by 68EFIvert View Post
      Thanks guys. The progress has been sooo slow with the car. Everything seems to take three times longer than expected. Should be home soon and then when I am done off to Nebraska to visit The Recovery Room. After that I get to drive the piss out of it!

      I have made my life a little more complex though. My wife and I are in contract for a new house that has a 36 x 48 shop. Finally enough space for me to play with my cars! Some things have come up on the inspection and if the seller takes care of them then I will be moving, on top of assembling this car. Do I have enough on my plate?
      Didn't you just by a Speedster, too? lol You DO have a lot on your plate. lol

    9. #769
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      That garage workspace will be so worth it though. Our old house had a detached 28 x 36 garage and I didn't know what I had until we moved into the new house. We have an attached 28x28, but my Camaro occupies one spot and my wife's car occupies the other. Doesn't leave a whole lot of room for activities.

      Your car is stunning by the way. Love this thing.


      1968 Camaro 6.2 w/ LSA, TR6060-Magnum hybrid, Z51 brakes, 12 bolt, Speedtech, Hotchkis, DSE
      1976 T/A LS1, 6 Speed, C5 front brakes, and etc. SOLD

    10. #770
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      Quote Originally Posted by 68EFIvert View Post
      My wife and I are in contract for a new house that has a 36 x 48 shop. Finally enough space for me to play with my cars!
      That's what we are talking about! The Shop Build will need it's own Thread

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    11. #771
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      Such a great build- it looks amazing

    12. #772
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      Quote Originally Posted by BMR Sales View Post
      That's what we are talking about! The Shop Build will need it's own Thread
      Is there a thread on here about garage builds? That may be something cool to see. A general thread where everyone posts ideas. EDIT I just noticed a section for garage builds. I will have to look through it for lighting ideas and heating/AC.

    13. #773
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      Quote Originally Posted by 68EFIvert View Post
      Is there a thread on here about garage builds? That may be something cool to see. A general thread where everyone posts ideas. EDIT I just noticed a section for garage builds. I will have to look through it for lighting ideas and heating/AC.
      https://www.pro-touring.com/forums/160-Garages

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    14. #774
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      I started putting the car together this week. Havenít had a much time in the garage as I would have like to. Been battling kidney stones and can only take about an hour of work before I have to take a break.

      So far I have put in all The Boom Mat I had and ordered another 8 sheets. I put in the E-Stopp emergency brake setup and got the hardware to install Nat all the license plate. I hope to start plumbing the brake system tomorrow.

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    15. #775
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      You should be proud, thats a very sharp car. And more importantly, I think it achieved your goal of a Volvo/Ferrari hybrid. Definitely in the top two builds on this forum along with the Bullit Charger build.
      1972 C20 Suburban
      1964 Corvette Coupe

    16. #776
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      Quote Originally Posted by FLYNAVY53 View Post
      You should be proud, thats a very sharp car. And more importantly, I think it achieved your goal of a Volvo/Ferrari hybrid. Definitely in the top two builds on this forum along with the Bullit Charger build.
      Wow, that is quite the compliment. There are some fantastic build threads on here.

    17. #777
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      I hear ya on the kidney stones. Just went my third round in tens years with them. It's amazing just how much pain one of those little ******* will put you in. Anyways loving the build,I don't know just what Volvo was thinking when they went from some pretty stylish cars to the square boxes.

    18. #778
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      1968 Volvo project Pure Volvocity

      I put on the custom license plate frame on tonight. Thanks named the car Bullwinkle after a friend suggested it and a couple days later died unexpectedly. The frame conceals the radar parking sensors. Name:  IMG_3872.jpg
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    19. #779
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      Awesome!

    20. #780
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      Car looks awesome. I have been there on the kidney stones. The one bad thing my dad passed on to me. Hopefully they will pass good luck!

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