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Old 01-23-2008, 08:00 AM
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It really is beautiful, I could stare at this one for hours. VERY NICE!

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We're planning to debut it at Columbus Good Guys this July!

Green wagon is a customer of his but I'll ask him. You should check out his site for all the other projects they have. He has a cabover that they are doing that is getting a blown 572 I think.

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Since we've been pretty much massaging every other part of the car I thought I would give the motor a little love too! Procharger P1SC!





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That car is BAD*** !!!

Any updates on this bad boy?
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So we've been working on finishing off all the mechanical systems of the car so that we can get to working on the cosmetic parts of the car. One of the things I wanted to get done was the supercharger plumbing. It is TIGHT in there!

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Dual in's to center mount mono muffler going back out to exhaust exits out the rear valance.



Dimple dyed gussets. Still need to get the front ones on.



Since most of the major components are in the car I thought I'd have the car scaled just to see where we were at and where we would probably land.(As long as I don't change my mind! LOL! )





NOT BAD!!! 2700 lbs! I figure with upholstery, paint and a full tank of gas we should be right around 3000lbs! I weigh around 180 so I should have a 3200 lb car with me in it at the starting line!

What do you think? Anything that you would change or looks not right?

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The driver side doos does not line up from the pictures? This is the only fault I can find.
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