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Old 05-10-2011, 01:35 PM
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Good progress.

It's your car, but a painted to match front spoiler never looks good.
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Old 05-10-2011, 03:35 PM
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It's your car, but a painted to match front spoiler never looks good.
i started to think about this. with the texture and the likely chance of scraping it off the road i decided to leave it black. Thank you
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Hey randy, it looks like its coming along nicely. Shoot me a PM, still curious what Rods Car Craft is charging ya. Thanks!
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Old 05-12-2011, 08:06 PM
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Hey randy, it looks like its coming along nicely. Shoot me a PM, still curious what Rods Car Craft is charging ya. Thanks!
Did you get my PM? Its $50 per hr. Rodney is great to work with. If you run out of money he will hold on to the car for you as long as you like. The work is by far the best ive seen too. O and he cooks some good nascar fries on sat night lol. Where do you live exactlY? I would love to check out your car
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Did you get my PM? Its $50 per hr. Rodney is great to work with. If you run out of money he will hold on to the car for you as long as you like. The work is by far the best ive seen too. O and he cooks some good nascar fries on sat night lol. Where do you live exactlY? I would love to check out your car
I stole this picture from another member and added some flavor to it. I added rs headlights, cowl hood, tinted windows, front and rear spoiler, and black stripes


Car is sitting on the ground now. Only sheet metal left is the roof. DSE quadralink is installed. Really debating about what to do to the front end. My subframe needs some work and i really dont have 7k to blow on a dse front end right now. This project added up quick lol
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Old 06-27-2011, 07:04 PM
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IM sure ive already posted some of these pictures
Guess its time for a update.

DSE quadralink and ford 9" installed.




DSE subframe connectors installed


Tires are here


rear quarters, roof, complete floor, firewall, and alot of other sheet metal replaced










IM sure there are a ton of other things im missing
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Old 08-19-2011, 06:40 PM
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Time to buy some new parts to move on. What is the best narrowed fuel tank for my ls2 setup and why?

Im also looking for billet tails and a billet gas cap and hopefully i can buy it all in the same place.
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Old 08-19-2011, 10:38 PM
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Time to buy some new parts to move on. What is the best narrowed fuel tank for my ls2 setup and why?

Im also looking for billet tails and a billet gas cap and hopefully i can buy it all in the same place.
Excellent progress man. Have you considered DSE narrowed tank. Also most of the guys here in lateral-g install Ricks tank.
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Old 08-20-2011, 07:02 PM
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Excellent progress man. Have you considered DSE narrowed tank. Also most of the guys here in lateral-g install Ricks tank.
dse is $1150. My builder said he had some problems before with the ricks tanks.
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Old 11-15-2011, 09:10 PM
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I want this tucked look. Is this possible with the stock front subframe? Can it be done with 18" rims all the way around or do i need to go 19s or 20s?

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