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    Cold air/ ram air intake tube made, sealed and insulated!








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    Now I can shoe horn the radiator in and get back to wiring

    I have probably 90% of the wires pulled up under the dash and through the car, just need to hook them all up

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    Looks good, Can't wait to see and hear it run!!

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    Your killing me, we need updates, you have us hooked and waiting is unbearable--- LOL!!!!!!

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    Almost there.

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    Getting closer lol. Got the dash and gauges in,, shifter and linkages hooked up and adjusted, radiator, fans, heater box, and last night started welding up the rear swaybar and made mounts for it.

    I've been taking pics and have more to post, just been busy as hell!

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    Oh, and I got the headlights mounted too!









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    Mark, Real nice job, I know it takes a lot of time to button up all the little things, but I have been looking at the site 2 or 3 times a day to see what you have done and it was killing me--LOL!! The car is comming along very nicely and do appreciate the up date. Thanks, Jack

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    Lol no problem Jack! I wish I could have more time to work on it, but this family, job and kids stuff slows me down lol

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    The big question is, will it be at Carlisle this year? I'm guessing there's still too much to do yet. Will you be swinging by?

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    Looks like I'm probably going to miss Carlisle

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    But hey, you guys will be close if it gets too hot you can stop down here for a dip in the pool and a few cold beers!

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    Mark where are you, it's almost been a month!!!!!

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    Hey sorry for not updating! I got the new upgraded driveshaft in,gas tank mounted, ran all new 1/2" fuel line from the tank to the rail, men DE 265 log fuel pump, new calipers, rotors, pads and brake hoses up front, and will have all new brake lines front to back finish this week, then back to the wiring lol


    Oh, I also started narrowing a 15x 8 crager SD down to a 15 x 3.5" for the front

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    NO need to be sorry, just a great build and look forward to see what you are up to, sounds like you have made a lot of progress, looking forward to the pics. Sorry for bugging you, but so interesting! Jack BTW Damn you have been busy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Lol it would be a lot easier to get more done quicker if I had a temp controlled garsge set at 60, a lift, and a bunch of other high dollar tools.....plus 9 days in the week lol but she is slowly getting there, just not as quick as is like

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark21742 View Post
    Lol it would be a lot easier to get more done quicker if I had a temp controlled garsge set at 60, a lift, and a bunch of other high dollar tools.....plus 9 days in the week lol but she is slowly getting there, just not as quick as is like
    I here you, was putting a new cia on yesterday and was soaking wet in 30 mins. Sounds like you are so looking forward to the wireing, i know i would be, can't wait to hear it and see how much it weights. A lift would be nice, for some reason it's harder to work under the car and crawl back out LOL.

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    Mark, Just checking.
    ingalls torque dampner, bmr drag bags, bmr sfc, harrop diff cover, pedders bushings, lingenfelter cia, kooks signature coated headers, kooks catted mids, kooks street screamer 3'' cat back, billit catch can, magna charger super charger, tuned byReckart in Austin,tx 535wrhp and 525rwt, at 7 psi.

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    Painted my mom's car, doing body work and getting ready to paint my dad's truck and been busy working in the wifey's car....lol

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