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Old 11-29-2012, 08:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Some almost done pics.

I have all the interior parts now Gotta straighten up the sound system wiring, and install the passengers seat......
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...AND a couple engine pics

We have been spending some time hiding wires, hooking up hoses, etc.....NOTE: the polished metal heater hose mounted along the blower and A/C compressor.......
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Nice work, Eric.

Looks like top notch fabrication and execution.
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Nice work, Eric.

Looks like top notch fabrication and execution.
. What is the unit in the glove box?
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Thanks Gents, Paul, the unit in the glove box is a computer for the 4l80e transmission. The switch is a relay to shut the fuel pump off, besides needing 'key on" to power it up. E
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Man that looks good. I think you may have problems keeping the pizza from sliding out of the box on the way back home, though.....or at best, it'll be all wadded up on the tail end side of the box from the G forces....IF you can hook it up!
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Nice nice nice....

However, that one photo that was titled "burnout" -REALLY- needs to be a video...

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Very nice. I still really like the extra gauge pods in the dash. Great execution
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THANKS! ...Bear, I'll get to the burnout video soon....still have a lot of Storm damage around the house to fix.....
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fancy! I am thinking my back would not get sore in those seats, as they do in my worn out 66 "buckets"!
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