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Old 04-20-2020, 11:57 PM
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Default 1969 Camaro Project

Just curious what you guys think it might be worth. Tossing around the idea of selling it. here's a list of some of the stuff the car has

-Brand new crate motor LS9 with brand new accessory drive and harness
-Speedtech oil pan
-T56 magnum with quicktime scatter shield
-Anvil fiberglass/carbon fiber overlay front clip, notch spoiler, rear bumper, deck lid, mirrors, fender braces
-DSE front subframe, powedercoated
-DSE motor mounts
-DSE quadra link
-9" rear end
-DSE trans crossmember & subframe connectors
-Autorad setup rated for 850+ HP powder coated black
-Forgeline 18x10.5 front and 18x12.5 rear
-BFG Rival S 315/30/18 , 335/30/18
-Wilwood brakes
-DSE mini tubs
-Peterson Dry sump oil tank
-DSE headers
-Used LS9 intercooler pump
-IDIDIT steering column
-Recaro seats
-Sparco steering wheel

I shaved the drip rails, smoothed the firewall, and cut out the stamped quarter panel gills and boxed them in with intentions to do removable gills, and widened the rear quarters 3/4".
Also notched the trunk pan to make room for exhaust over the axle. The car still needs body work and paint and interior. I have a lot of other smaller miscellaneous items, but the majority of the high dollar stuff is listed.
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Old 04-21-2020, 04:54 PM
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That looks like a great project.

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Old 04-22-2020, 01:42 PM
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You would get the most out of it by parting it. If you decide to go that route let me know. I would be interested in a few things.
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Old 04-22-2020, 01:54 PM
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Very cool project. Looks like you got all the big ticket items there already.
Are those Forgeline VX1's? Have more pics?
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Old 04-23-2020, 02:12 PM
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Very cool project. Looks like you got all the big ticket items there already.
Are those Forgeline VX1's? Have more pics?
They are the VX3C. The 3 pc. concaved version of the VX1
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