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Old 12-23-2012, 10:29 AM
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Default Camaro XV

I purchased this '69 Camaro from a buddy of mine John Poggiolo. He purchased it off Ebay from California. It is a super solid car but did need a pass rear quarter due to dammage. The car has been at Sled Alley since May so it is well underway. It is fun to be making parts again.

The Plan
Thomson 427 supercharged engine
T-56 D&D Prepared trans
Full DSE Chassis
Full Anvil Carbon Fiber Front clip
Carbon Fiber Brakes with ABS
Rick Fuel tank with a Vapor Works Controls
Wider rims front and rear than Red Devil
Data acquisition
Better cooling package
Better weight distribution

Murry Pfaff is working on some renderings. I hope to post them soon.



In John's Garage



In my driveway with my other '69 that I just sold to a GM exec. for his 19 year old son.



The '67 behind the black Camaro is Gordon Rojewski's orginal paint '67. The black pimer Camaro is mine






I hope to get some work done on it over the holidays. It should be a roller by 2013!

Mark
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Old 12-23-2012, 10:36 AM
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Dear lord. You don't stop do you? Lol. So Mayhem has already passed on to the new owner and this is the replacement? This is going to be great as always.
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Old 12-23-2012, 10:42 AM
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Camaro XV sounds like the perfect project name.. Mark could you tell a big difference on drive feel on Camaro X with its stock subframe and a DSE sub on Red Devil besides able to run a wider wheel? Looking forward to seeing your new project come together.. Happy Holidays Mark!!
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Old 12-23-2012, 10:43 AM
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Hahahaha, I heard thru the grapevine that Charlie already had Mayhem and and Mark already had a new 69. I was wandering when he was gonna stop holding out on us. Hitting the suscribe button.....riiiiight now.
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I'm watching .... here we go again!
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Guys I had an idea of moving the dry sump tank back in the cowl. With some measuring and a cutoff wheel it fits. It all fits inside the fender. Working on getting mass back in the car. I also mounted a C-6 brake booster and master. Matt filled the firewall. I really like the guys at Sled Alley. Top Notch.










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Looking forward to "Quince"
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Old 12-23-2012, 11:21 AM
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Looking forward to "Quince"
Quince? Sorry I don't get it.

quince
noun \ˈkwin(t)s\

: the fruit of a central Asian tree (Cydonia oblonga) of the rose family that resembles a hard-fleshed yellow apple and is used especially in preserves
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Quince? Sorry I don't get it.

quince=15 in Spanish
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Nice Idea on the drysump tank I was looking at that also. For use on our second gen. Than using using the Fender vent grill to open up to fill and check the oil
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