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View Poll Results: What ExtReme chassis should we do next?
'62-67 Nova Pro Touring 13 54.17%
'82-92 Camaro Pro Touring 8 33.33%
Camaro/ Nova Drag Race 3 12.50%
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Old 04-25-2018, 10:25 AM
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Moving forward with our ExtReme chassis designs in house we've narrowed it down to three candidates for the next in line chassis to produce. From these three we'd like to know which car you'd like to see done next, please take a minute to vote on the poll or comment below...

'62-67 Nova- Sure there's other front frame clips out there for the hot rod cruising scene, but with the ExtReme front suspension's geometry, ability to tuck the wide tires, and our torque arm rear suspension there's huge potential to bring these cars more into the realm of serious handling. We'd love to see more of 'em at track day events.

'82-92 Camaro/ Firebird- Although already a decent platform and popular in some SCCA classes there's always room for improvement. These cars are still affordable to buy for project cars and lets face it, they likely have some good memory value to many of us. If we did this platform it would mean adapting our current ExtReme front suspension into them, eliminating the struts and pitfalls of the factory design.

'67-69 Camaro and '68-74 Nova Drag Race Subframe- Although Pro-Touring is a blast, we all still have roots built in drag racing and with the increasing popularity and speed seen in small tire "street" cars we're considering expanding into a line of drag race parts, starting with a lightweight drag race tube subframe.

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The Nova stuff is timeless, and my vote. However, the 3rd Gen market will be coming on strong.
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The Nova stuff is timeless, and my vote. However, the 3rd Gen market will be coming on strong.
Very strong!! We've been watching the craze slip from one gen to another for years. First Gens are silly priced these days with Second Gens at about the same price range. A full build ain't cheap by any means. It's the natural way of things.
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Make that 3 votes for the 3rd Gen subframe
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62-67 Nova is my vote because the body style is awesome and I don't see enough of them being built.
I own a 68 Camaro so it was tempting to choose your pro street first gen option AND I am an old pro street guy BUT I would wait a bit until pro street regains popularity again.., and it will.
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I vote for 3rd gen F-body also.
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1st gen Nova FTW!
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Thanks for the input so far everyone!
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