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Nice work so far.I like the wheel/tire combo you have.Those wheels and center caps look great on the earyh ChevyII and especially the 66/67 in my opinion.Great work,awesome project.



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hknladdr wrote:
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Welcome Todd.....looking forward to your project.....great Chevy II!

Dan


 Picked up these Nova number/date correct ram horn exhaust manifolds. Now if I only had a engine to put them on.

Todd

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 Welcome. Very nice Nova. Interesting alternator bracket. What is it from. Thanks



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Alternator bracket is GM 3849727, used on 64-67 Chevy 8 cyl exc 62 amp. Came with the numbers correct manifolds I picked up for my 64, though not sure the bracket is original to them. 



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Finally finished the grease/sludge removal of the engine compartment and front wheel wells. Here's three holes that had been drilled in the front of the core support that needed filled.

Prepped and copper backer in place.

Welded and ground down.

 



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Nice work, Todd.

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Well, I finally finished painting the engine compartment.

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Todd,

Nice, keep up the great progress.

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Nice, keep up the great progress.

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 nice project Todd.....these first gen Chevy 11's are my fav of the bunch,

I have a spare L79 and 4 speed looking for a nice 62-63 ragtop......it will

be my poor man's Corvette........great pics.........

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nice work, going to a beaut when you're finished



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Keep the progress and pics coming,the project is coming along very nicely.

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Thanks everyone, definitely not in a hurry and enjoying the work. 



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Thanks everyone, definitely not in a hurry and enjoying the work. 


This when and how the Best Restorations come to be

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Are those manifolds hard to come by or expensive?Are they the 2.5 pipe size?Did you use satin black or semi gloss on the inner fenders/firewall?



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I just put a set on my 350, but doesn't have the casting built in for the alt bracket.

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Are those manifolds hard to come by or expensive?Are they the 2.5 pipe size?Did you use satin black or semi gloss on the inner fenders/firewall?



-- Edited by slammed1 on Tuesday 27th of August 2013 12:57:07 AM


I found the manifolds in Canada and had them shipped to Southern Calif. The part numbers are GM#3790729 and 3790730, with 2" outlets. There out there, but sometimes hard to find a good set. The engine compartment was painted SEM Trim Black.



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Are those manifolds hard to come by or expensive?Are they the 2.5 pipe size?Did you use satin black or semi gloss on the inner fenders/firewall?



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I found the manifolds in Canada and had them shipped to Southern Calif. The part numbers are GM#3790729 and 3790730, with 2" outlets. There out there, but sometimes hard to find a good set. The engine compartment was painted SEM Trim Black.


 I used the same on my heater box and pulleys. It's a really nice match to original...IMO.



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Completed the front wheel wells today.



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Very Nice!

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Made some progress, began installing the CBR rack & pinion conversion.

New steering arms installed

New cross member/ rack mount

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