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Old 06-10-2009, 01:17 AM
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You guys are at the top of the heap.
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Very nice! I like the body mods, going to look great when done. Please keep the updates coming.
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well it's about time you posted some pics of this beast.

I am getting more and more excited to go to COlumbus this year.

So who's doing the interior ??
Tracy (Recovery Room) is doing the interior. It is heading out there at the end of the week.

I'll try to get more pics on today. I'm leaving for the Good Guys show in Indy this afternoon, so it may not be until later tonight/tomorrow
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I said I did not think you are bald...... Somebody is sensitive....

And yes I have 4 novas to build, and 4 camaro's.

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Here are some rear shots of the car.

Initial mock up of aluminum panels.


Additional glass work and shaping done on the rear of the car to surround the panels


Changed up the rear bumper design as well to fit the car. made aluminum bumpers that are much sleeker and modern looking.



At ride height. The rear quarter panels were also widened about 1" per side to accomodate the 12.5" wide rear wheels better.
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All I can say is WOW!! You guys continue to keep pushing the envelope! Amazing work! The attention to detail is second to none!
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Here are some exhaust pics.

Built stainless headers. Designed and cut stainless flanges for 2" primaries on the LS7.


Mocking up tubes on a plastic block


Completed headers






Custom Billy Boat stainless muffler. (2 in 1 out)
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All I can say is WOW!! You guys continue to keep pushing the envelope! Amazing work! The attention to detail is second to none!
Thanks for the great responses from everyone. This is going to be an incredible car when it is completed. There is more detail and fabrication in this car than anything we have built. We were really trying to push the limits on this build.
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Here is the exhaust tip.

This is the top, inner wall shown before it was welded together. there is a sketch below it to show how it will come together.


This is the above picture welded and metal finished.


Here is the exploded view of all of the inner panels. (The bottom has been started)


All 4 panels welded ad metal finished.


No picture, but the 4 panels were then welded together to make a box. an outer skin was made and the whole assemble was welded together to make the complete exhaust tip. (Shown upside down to view the inside detail)




(Shown right side up as it would be installed in the car)
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Incredible work guys, can't wait to see it finished!
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