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Old 05-15-2009, 07:55 AM
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Default Mark Stielow's 69 Camaro, Red Devil

I was reading the thread for Charlie's Jackass project and he mentioned Mark was working on a new project "Blue Bomber" does anyone have any pic's???
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Old 05-15-2009, 10:53 AM
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I think that Camaro "X" is being painted blue. Been wrong alot today, but I think thats the extent of it.
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Old 05-15-2009, 11:08 AM
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I was reading the thread for Charlie's Jackass project and he mentioned Mark was working on a new project "Blue Bomber" does anyone have any pic's???
yeah, I don't think it will be named that for long............... Maybe Mark will pop in and fill in the details, don't want to spill the beans.

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Once I finish JA for Charley I'll get back to working on my new project. It is another '69 wth the following:

LS7 with small cam 575 HP
T56
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DSE rear susp
Brembo brakes
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Currie Ford 9 inch

I really like Camaro X and the way it drove so I'm using an LS7 again. (Charleys LS9 drives even better...) But the LS7 was more price friendly.

Car has all the metal work done. All the driveline in it. All the Chassis done.



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Is that a Taurus fan your using?

I know, I know... of all the questions to ask on a Stielow build but that s precisely the reason to ask. I figured you would go with something a little higher end.
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WOW!!!
I can't wait to see updates on this bad boy as well. You have some really nice cars Mark. And good taste!!
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Default 2nd Gen?

I've said it before... but I'll say it again... when ya gonna do a 2nd Gen?

Please???
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I've said it before... but I'll say it again... when ya gonna do a 2nd Gen?

Please???
I'll ask too......PLEASEEEEEE!!!!!!

Enough with the 1st Gens. I would love to see what you would do with a 2nd Gen car. No offense to the 1st Gen guys, but I'm kinda worn out of those.
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I'll ask too......PLEASEEEEEE!!!!!!

Enough with the 1st Gens. I would love to see what you would do with a 2nd Gen car. No offense to the 1st Gen guys, but I'm kinda worn out of those.
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