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  • 69 Superbee clone project

    I would like to share my project with you all so here we go.

  • #2
    progress pics

    Decided to sand blast the car, just to much rust.

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    • #3
      That is primer on the car in the last few pictures, correct?
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      Marvin Herbold

      1973 Plymouth Duster 340 Strip Car & 1965 Dodge Dart 270 w/ GT Interior Daily Driver
      Weblog - http://www.HerboldRacing.com
      Videos - http://www.YouTube.com/mherbold

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      • #4
        Progress pics

        Now we start the sheet metal work.
        Before

        After

        Before

        During

        After

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        • #5
          Originally posted by HerboldRacing View Post
          That is primer on the car in the last few pictures, correct?
          No, thats bare metal.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Super Freak View Post
            No, thats bare metal.
            Interesting - I would have thought bare metal would be shiny. Great pictures, BTW. Theres a lot of rust and bondo on my car and I'm tempted to clean it up...
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            Marvin Herbold

            1973 Plymouth Duster 340 Strip Car & 1965 Dodge Dart 270 w/ GT Interior Daily Driver
            Weblog - http://www.HerboldRacing.com
            Videos - http://www.YouTube.com/mherbold

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            • #7
              Progress pics

              Got the block ready for assembly.


              Last weekend I decided to put the motor together somewhat so all can see what this bad boy is going to look like.
              Last edited by Super Freak; 04-22-2009, 09:59 PM. Reason: Forgot a word

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              • #8
                what engine tranny combo will be going in there ?

                what will the final exterior color / interior be ?
                "Good luck on your project"

                1970 Road Runner

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by HerboldRacing View Post
                  Interesting - I would have thought bare metal would be shiny. Great pictures, BTW. Theres a lot of rust and bondo on my car and I'm tempted to clean it up...
                  When you sand blast the metal it goes gray in color

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                  • #10
                    Like the tunnel ram! Keep us posted!
                    "Beer is living proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy" Ben Franklin

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by RAM MAN View Post
                      what engine tranny combo will be going in there ?

                      what will the final exterior color / interior be ?
                      The motor is a 493 stroker / 727 auto
                      approx 650hp with a 250 shot of laughing gas on top
                      House of kolour tangerilo pearl/ Black int. 12 point cage.

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                      • #12
                        progress pics

                        Cut the frame rails open to inspect what I already new was bad and as expected they will need to be replaced. Picking up a donor car this Sat.

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                        • #13
                          You took on a big project there and looks like you know your way around with a die-grinder too.
                          Keep up the good work and the pics coming. Should be a screamer!
                          stercus accidit

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                          • #14
                            You've really got a project going. It just proves if you've got the desire, knowhow, time & $$$ it's worth bringing these back to life. Looking good to me.

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                            • #15
                              Thanks for the feed back guys, I think a good part of the fun is being able to share the pics and the stories.

                              Robert.

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