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Body on for Mock up!

Me and the "bodyman" dropped the rear clip on yesterday. now i can figure out where "stuff goes".....I gotta compliment Street Rod Garageon the chassis design....all body mounts line up, no "tweaking necessary! Some pics below!



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Bet you can almost smell the exhaust fumes now can't you.
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Great news, Eric. Top flight quality throughout. You've turned a corner and are heading down Completion Lane. That car will be on the road with you behind the wheel this calandar year.
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Me and the "bodyman" dropped the rear clip on yesterday. now i can figure out where "stuff goes".....

MMMMmmmmmm...... juicy...

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very nice E, spring is coming trying to get my A** in gear too....start fitting looks like you have lottsa stuff to stuff in there....
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nice now just piss can it black and lets go..... if you get a chance can u measure the hole for the heater fan and give me the center of it from left to right and from top to bottom and measure the diameter of the whole so i an cut mine in thanks eric
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is it just me or dont you already have headers on it?


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yep, it has a nice expensive set of Doug's on it....but...they won't work with the IAII block....or the R&P steering. Here are some pics from tonight's work....notice the headers are gone.... THANKS FOR ALL THE KIND WORDS FELLAS !



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nice now just piss can it black and lets go..... if you get a chance can u measure the hole for the heater fan and give me the center of it from left to right and from top to bottom and measure the diameter of the whole so i an cut mine in thanks eric
Bobby, I'll try to do it tomorrow....Eric



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got some pretty parts there. i think your blower pulley is way to big though


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