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I plan on using the SS hood that is on it in the first few pictures. I planned on making the removable radiator support anyways to make it easier to work on. After cutting it and lowering it made it possible to fit the lid without cutting the hood
No sense in keeping track of hours for something like this lol I mainly work on it from 9am to 8 at night every Sunday. Ive been doing that for the last 3 months with the occasional Saturday thrown in. It will be worth it in the end.
Yes it will. We all know it's a labor of love anyway. Love the powdercoating.
Engine bay looks great! I see you even smoothed/filled the hole where the plastic fuel lines were at.
Great catch...The only thing you missed was where does the fuse box go now Thers no bracket uh oh.
I filled the spot welds, the fuel line hole, the wireing holes that went over the passenger side for the 2 connectors that connect to the engine harness. The only things I left were the holes for the junction block and ground.
The car runs 10's on the bottle. I doubt it runs tens on motor this year after adding the heavier 9" and huge 35 spline axles.
I just wanted to clean things up and make it easier to work on. it would be nice to see an improvement in ET with the LID and 24x system going in (hopefully to solve old ignition problems I had) but thats a stretch.