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11-09-2009 03:27 PM
wretched ratchet no other explaination except that is "awesome and beautiful ART work" - - - kudos CL
11-09-2009 03:13 PM
Centerline
Quote:
Originally Posted by MARTINSR
Looking at how you did it, very cool. Where did you get those giant valve covers for a small block Chevy?

Brian
Hay! I'll have you know I had to fill in and finish grind two bullet holes in those damn things before getting them chromed. Probably from some Chevy guy.

11-09-2009 09:31 AM
MARTINSR Looking at how you did it, very cool. Where did you get those giant valve covers for a small block Chevy?

Brian
11-08-2009 11:54 AM
Centerline
Quote:
Originally Posted by 1ownerT
What is your dual master cyl. from?
It looks like the old combo brake/clutch unit in the old 63 GMC I had.

Great job on the firewall!
That's exactly what it is. I'm using an Ansen dual pedal setup which is designed to use the early 60's GM pickup twin (brake/clutch) master cylinder. Just need to swap the innards from one side to the other to have the brake and clutch systems on the correct side (which takes all of 5 minutes) and then everything just bolts together. Don't for the life of me understand why Chevy's pedal linkage reversed the sides but that's just the way they did it.
11-08-2009 09:06 AM
1ownerT
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Originally Posted by Centerline
So... you say you have a fiberglass deuce body but the firewall is just a boring flat slab and you want something better. Well, if you want a realistic deuce firewall.... make one.



Here's the before and after shot. If you want to see the entire "how I did it" story..... check the link below.

Project 32
What is your dual master cyl. from?
It looks like the old combo brake/clutch unit in the old 63 GMC I had.

Great job on the firewall!
11-08-2009 07:45 AM
Frisco Excellent work!

Your photos and commentary of your build are, as always, excellent. I am anxious to see your finished car and read about the first ride down the road.

ENJOY!!!
11-08-2009 07:36 AM
matt167 cool.. looks just like it should
11-07-2009 09:54 PM
NEW INTERIORS Great job Centerline... Look's like the Originally..
11-07-2009 09:33 PM
Centerline
Making a realistic Deuce Firewall

So... you say you have a fiberglass deuce body but the firewall is just a boring flat slab and you want something better. Well, if you want a realistic deuce firewall.... make one.



Here's the before and after shot. If you want to see the entire "how I did it" story..... check the link below.

Project 32

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