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    Things are moving along. A little out of my comfort zone, but I have a new found appreciation with some of the street rods on the road. Got it as a rolling chassis and basically a fiberglass shell. Doors and trunk were hung. Not much off the shelf fits for a small block Mopar and 727 trans. I am building it as a driver. Little chrome, heat /AC, wipers, etc. It's been a challenge working with fiberglass. Space is an issue at every turn. I will be an expert at sticking 10 lbs of crap in a 5 pound bag before it's over. Id I mention I can now make a bracket for just about anything and my welding skills are right up there with the average welder.Click image for larger version

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    a few more picsClick image for larger version

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    • #3
      I like this!!!!! Keep us posted with LOTS of pictures!!!! I will stay on top of this one!!!!
      Mack Reeves
      FS/C 2377
      2009 DragPak U 426-004

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      • #4
        I got out of my comfort zone too with some paint and body work on my daughter's PT Cruiser. Working under the hood is a royal pain but replacing the bumper cover and fender weren't bad at all. The out of the comfort zone deal was doing the paint work. And I'll be following this thread too!

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        • #5
          cool looking ride. It is screaming to have a big supercharger on it.
          His car wasn't that fast, I caught him on the return road and passed him in the pits.
          2006 Dodge 2500 CTD


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          • #6
            Sweeeeeeet!
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              A few more picsClick image for larger version

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              • #8
                Lookin' awesome. What color are you going to paint it?
                Paul, aka 'zij576ca'
                Lifer #49
                Member & webmaster, The Mopar Club of San Diego

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                • #9
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                  • Crizila
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                    Car is essentially done. See if I can do better with the pics. Color is dodge code PEP - western brown.

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                  • #11
                    Very nice, great job!!!!
                    The Ultimate Mopar Fan

                    72,73,74 Charger- 78 Magnum- 78 Supercoupe- 80 Aspen R/T- 96 Ram- 01 Stratus R/T, 2011 Charger

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                    • #12
                      Cool looking ride!!

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                      • #13
                        Whoa, that came out great. I started a Street Rod group in the Off Topic Section. I'm elbows deep in a build of a 46 Olds Fast Back Street Rod, and would sure like to seemmembers in that group so I can pick their brain
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                        • #14
                          It looks great! Good job!

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