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Old 11-30-2012, 04:57 PM
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started has these.. saved it from the scrap yard.





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Good $#it! keep it up and keep posting pics!
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Old 11-30-2012, 05:28 PM
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yea i got a ls that im building a intake.to run a 671 blower
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what thickness are you going with on your boxtube for the frame? good start keep it up btw
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same spec chassis engineering using and most outlaws. i did alittle more bracing though kind of over kill but oh well.. thanks
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whats the chosen final color? its amazing what a little body work will do to a "piece of junk" lookin good
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It would look great to shave the drip rail above the windows and maybe paint the edge at the back and bottom of them black. Very modern looking mod while not taking away from the car. Just my .02. I'm in for updates!
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yea its funny you say that becaues ive actually been thinking about it..
it well probably be flat back for now.. because its more of a race car then a street car. so im sure it well get scratches until i work all the bugs out.. but when i do i have a couple
1. pearl white with inside cowl done it black, and outline of my shop inside the cowl "OVERSPOOLED"
2. OCEAN GREENISH BLUE TYPE OF COLOR
3. SEA BLUE WITH BLACK TOP "TWO TONE"

or just leave it murder out.lol
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yea its funny you say that becaues ive actually been thinking about it..
it well probably be flat back for now.. because its more of a race car then a street car. so im sure it well get scratches until i work all the bugs out.. but when i do i have a couple
1. pearl white with inside cowl done it black, and outline of my shop inside the cowl "OVERSPOOLED"
2. OCEAN GREENISH BLUE TYPE OF COLOR
3. SEA BLUE WITH BLACK TOP "TWO TONE"

or just leave it murder out.lol
HELL YES #1 Pearl white if i may put in my two cents. My second car is a 94 Saturn homecoming edition and fun fact i believe it to be the first pearlescent white GM product. Nothing quite as good as pearl parked under a street light at dusk
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Old 12-04-2012, 10:30 PM
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yea. im wanting the white. my high school car white a white turbo eciplse on bags it was pearl white and would lay the pitch welds it looked awesome when it was all shined up.
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finially got time and finished up the rear end .
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Badass build!
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Nothing better than a home made build!
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first time in 2 years its been out of the garage..
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This is great...
Two things I love..1. Saving an old car
2. A pro street car



Update please....
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yep thanks.. well havent touched it in awhile been trying to finish my dads car. and i got a better job were i make good money but now work to much to get time to play with it.. hopeing ill get a weekend off one of these days.lol
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yep thanks.. well havent touched it in awhile been trying to finish my dads car. and i got a better job were i make good money but now work to much to get time to play with it.. hopeing ill get a weekend off one of these days.lol
At least you have your priorities in line! hard work well help fund a build for an even better car. Also its still not off the to do list lol
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awesome build!
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well got a better paying job now so its back to work on the chevelle. ill post some pics here soon.
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