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Old 03-08-2017, 08:00 PM
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Thanks Sebtarta,
Theres a few more pics in the introduction page that I posted. I purchased all the fittings from Spectre Performance. Guy Smith from Spectre helped me with the part numbers.
https://lateral-g.net/forums/showthread.php4?t=54602
That is great! thank you, I see which pieces you have used now, it gives me an idea.
Keep up the good hard work!!
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Thanks Marty,
I've been following your build, great car, I love it!
Your welcome and thank you for the compliments on my 70. It's been a fun project and i am still enjoying working on it when I have free time.

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Theres a few more pics in the introduction page that I posted. I
Holy crap I love this car even more and I especially like that it was baby blue and you need to bring all the other picrs over to this thread.
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Old 03-08-2017, 08:36 PM
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Nice progress on this! I'm also friends with Rybar too. Hope to see this thing eventually at a Friday night cruise that Ryan usually organizes during the summer.. what's your timeline for getting it all together?

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Yes, once it's done I'll be there for sure!
I have a few little things to sort out and then it's off to the body shop. Hopefully I'll get it back within a few months and then I can install the drivetrain and send it back for final paint.

Look forward to hanging out with you guys!
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Your welcome and thank you for the compliments on my 70. It's been a fun project and i am still enjoying working on it when I have free time.



Holy crap I love this car even more and I especially like that it was baby blue and you need to bring all the other picrs over to this thread.

Lol. My next thread will be which color and wheels to run. I guess I can count you in for blue paint.
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Lol. My next thread will be which color and wheels to run. I guess I can count you in for blue paint.
I kinda like blue and all shades of blue.

ps You should keep everything in this thread as we don't want to miss anything.
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Sandro I don't know Ryan personally but I've been in touch with him a few times through this site as well as Joe...Ryan's Camaro is a beauty and Joe's Nova is wicked...I'm hoping to have mine back together soon.I'm hoping to get out for one of those Friday night cruises as well
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Old 03-09-2017, 01:15 AM
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So I've been going back and forth with my remote oil filter and I think I'm finally 80% sure I'm happy with where it is now. I bought some 3/16 aluminum today and mocked up a bracket. I Just need to get it Tig welded and see how sturdy it is. It will mount just above the inner fender and be accessible from under the car.
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Very nice
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So I've been going back and forth with my remote oil filter and I think I'm finally 80% sure I'm happy with where it is now. I bought some 3/16 aluminum today and mocked up a bracket. I Just need to get it Tig welded and see how sturdy it is. It will mount just above the inner fender and be accessible from under the car.
Nice, that looks good. I have mine there too but never thought to mount it further down like that. Smart thinking.
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Old 03-09-2017, 11:08 AM
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Nice, that looks good. I have mine there too but never thought to mount it further down like that. Smart thinking.
Thanks Gerno, it was mosty Blake's Idea from Speedtech.

I'm very Impressed with what your doing to your car. The amount of engineering thats gone into your front suspension is incredible. Cant wait to see it all finished!
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