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66 SD rag is almost alive


Love the build, thank you for sharing.

One note. When I added the champion rad to my 69 Parisienne, champion's rad cap didn't seal and I ended up using the one from the original rad.

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Eric - Regina, SK

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1935 Chev 3 Window Std Coupe

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1967 Mustang Convertible

1969 Firebird 350HO Convertible

1969 Camaro X11-V8

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love the stance!

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Wow!  Looks great!!!



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Exhaust is done and it sounds great, I am still fighting power steering/hydroboost problems. The tee they give you for the return is less than ideal so I ordered a pump designed for hydroboost but it is long water pump, so pulley is getting reworked and hopefully it works. I have room in garage as truck is heading overseas for an auction in November, big reserve, stay tuned. I will be ordering an aluminum driveline soon and working on my 12 bolt to get it installed with disc brakes.  #NOTASHOWCAR

 

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Had my 12 bolt rebuilt with a brand new Yukon Posi and 3:73 gears, decided to stick with drum brakes for now, have other things more pressing to spend money on. I did put an aluminum driveshaft in as well so am pretty well 100% finished with the bottom of the car. Car should be painted by mid March, one for final block and she is done.

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That's amazing to follow. Good for you!!

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Great work! Gonna be nice to see it finished !

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Sneak peek, slowly getting there, I like custom but also staying true to originality if that makes sense. I have about 16 hours into repairing that repop hood, I cut and welded a stock Malibu nose onto it.

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beautiful!!!!

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yes it has been great watching this build very very nice work

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Wow truly a beauty!! Love the pics.


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i cut the top layer of clear with 800 today and we reshot a few coats, now it really pops.

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I love the difference in paint finish when you sand and polish clear coat-the difference is hard to believe until you actually do it and see it for yourself.Time consuming but very gratifying in the end-very anxious to see your car all painted etc..Loving the build thread-incredible amount of work!



-- Edited by 68sd396rag on Sunday 1st of March 2020 11:41:02 AM

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