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Metal work has begun, pictures shortly. I`ll give Rick a call today.

Dan



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Dan told me to check-in here as I haven't in a while.

We're currently waiting on a rotisserie to mount the body on to ease the metal replacement.
If I can't get it soon, then I'll probably put the new floor in while the car is still on a frame.

Floor before

also before

Replacement GM floor before cleaning tar

undercoat being removed


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Very exciting That GM floor is going to look great!

Dan

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thanks guys! smile

is that a 4dr floor pan rick?



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Nice to see the new sheetmetal biggrinbiggrin    I think old or new makes a nice job....  

 

again reminds me of my neighbor, who won't use a southern shell, but will buy every piece of re-pro metal , so his car will still be original?  

so sad and so funny....

 

(his car needs every, and I mean every panel, on the car replaced)



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Mr. Hicks,

Your neighbor is "The Re-Pro Man" biggrinbiggrin

Loving todays... Avatar smile

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Here is todays Internet  "statement"    

 

427Carl does not like (hates) slammed down cars   (sorry-but I  have to right to free speach  lol)    

If the GM God wanted them "low" they would have been built low

 

BUT    that orange non post car is awesome       I cropped out the reflection

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My pictures are making history

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Trying to show the ride height of my '72



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Dave,

Nice effort, but you need a better angle of the car.....the entire car. You could even take a tape measure, from the ground to the center of the wheel well molding.

Atleast you did post a picture, well done

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I am trying to work on the picture posting. It seems like I get SO close, and then BOOM---nothing happens. I'll keep trying. I have better pics of that car, but they are in my phone or not in a file or something. Give me time and don't be surprised if I ask for help.

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Dave,

Take all the time you need

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2drpost wrote:

thanks guys! smile

is that a 4dr floor pan rick?


 No, it is a 2 door floor pan.

What makes you think it's for a 4-door???



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Dave Siltman wrote:

It seems like I get SO close, and then BOOM---nothing happens. hmm   Give me time 


         Older muscle cars were raised up to compensate for poor traction    with new tires   cars can be lowered down    

         As a person who lived during those exciting times  I am a Firm believer  that the front suspension only looks good  (like a penis) when ITs UP....

 

        The Olds has a nice UP   

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are those 15x7 reverse Cragars or 15x8 std.   ??   

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rix396 wrote:
2drpost wrote:

thanks guys! smile

is that a 4dr floor pan rick?


 No, it is a 2 door floor pan.

What makes you think it's for a 4-door???


 actually, was wondering if a 4dr pan was the same



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Love seeing the car being stripped and worked on already,thats fast work.

Are any of the performance parts going to be sold off that you have removed from the drag race portion of the car? Like the MSD or 2 step boxes? Or any of the non stock stuff that was added?

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2drpost wrote:
rix396 wrote:
2drpost wrote:

thanks guys! smile

is that a 4dr floor pan rick?


 No, it is a 2 door floor pan.

What makes you think it's for a 4-door???


 actually, was wondering if a 4dr pan was the same


 4 - door is 3 inch's longer.

Dan



-- Edited by Postsedan on Monday 22nd of April 2013 08:42:23 PM

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The front Cragar SS on my Green '72 are std. offset 7". When (if) I get better at posting pics, I'll show some more of that car.

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Dave Siltman wrote:

The front Cragar SS on my Green '72 are std. offset 7". When (if) I get better at posting pics, I'll show some more of that car.


 Your well on your way

Dan



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