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Old 12-19-2009, 08:03 PM
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Hi everyone I have a 67 camaro project that I plan on racing in NMCA open comp in the spring. A little background about the car it was originally a 6cyl, it has some pretty gross body rot in all the usual places, under the drivers side firewall, lower windshield, trunk, and the front sub frame was actually rusted and cracked in several locations. I want to make some decent power with this car so I decided it would be unsafe to repair the front sub-frame so I chucked it and removed the front clip. I would like to take it to a shop to have them professionally build a full tube chassis, certify the chassis and fix the lower windshield area.

What kind of coin can I expect to spend on the full tube set up and what parts are included in the pricing, will I be responsible for the rear end etc..
What is the typical turn around time for this....
Hope I didn't annoy you with my question

Thanks for your help and happy holiday......

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Old 12-20-2009, 12:46 AM
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Heres another way to go, and I guarantee you'll save money in the long run. Theres a complete ready to run '69 Camaro in ebay. Item# 180446719404, take a look......and it's in New York
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