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Old 10-09-2010, 05:27 PM
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My son wanted me to start a build thread of my 72 camaro so he can try posting photo's for me.It's std. 72 car there was no rust to speak of just some panel damage from when they try to load it with a fork lift. I built my own sub frame that will use c6 componets.A home built 4 link. strange coil overs at each corner. LS2 w/t56 6 speed,moser 9inch 3:73 gears,no body mods,stock interior w/corbeau GTSII seats,8 pt. 1.75x.125 DOM roll cage,Fikse profil 13's 18x11 w/315/30/18 frts,18x12 w/335/30/18 rear,vintage A/C,custom auto sound secert audio system,and a top secert paint color.

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Old 10-09-2010, 05:34 PM
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Well it look's like he needs more practic.
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Well it look's like he needs more practic.
like father like son............. Hang in there, you'll get it.

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I think he did it LOL
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Here are some more shots.
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Very nice work, looken real nice. Scott what are you using for ends on the rear end links??
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The frt. is a wide poly bushing from ridetech,rear is a delrin incased johnny joint from ballistic fabrication w/9/16 thur bolt's.I really like the way DSE quadra links is built and works,so I built mine in the same fashion.I used 1.250X.120 wall 4130 tube for connecting link's & 2in.X .125wall 4130 tubing for the subframe conector's.The bay bar's are next on the list of project's.Will have Brandon keep posting photo's as work progresses.
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It is nice to see another 2nd gen build. Thanks for the photos and we need more!

Great job and love to see the progress. Good luck with it!

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Thank's Brian, It's up to Brandon as to how soon the photo's get posted.I still can't figure it out. I have more shot's we could post,but you know how teenager's are.Everything is on their time frame.Now that he has figured it out I will try a find a way to blackmale him with something he want's or need's.
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Looks great can't wait to see it on the ground as a roller. It's good to see more 2nd gen Camaro's being built, they are my favorite. I see you are doing a cage in it, are you going to keep the back seat?
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