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    Thught id share a few pics of my 48 Fleetline finally have it in primer nice to see it in one color even though it is primer lol
    Later George


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    Looking good scraping the pavement. I like the wheels. Never seen those before. Promise you'll put the other three lugs on before you go out driving.
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      Sweet. What's the whole story?
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        Wow

        that's a ton of work! Did you do it all yourself?
        There's always something new to learn.

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          Awesome progress! Looking good!


          Originally posted by Loren
          Sweet. What's the whole story?
          Here is the first post......looks like he needs to upgrade his photobucket account lol

          http://www.bangshift.com/forum/index.php?topic=24050.0

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            That looks great just in primer. Post more pixs ;D....it's a requirement to be a member here :
            Tom
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              Thanks guys yes i built the car by myself, over the past four years i have made manyyy subtle mods you wouldnt really notice, like flipped bumpers moved them closer to the body welded fenders to the car also front clip is a tilt unit and also opened and cut it pancake stlye and it flips open to the side aswell as tilting forward.
              Shaved locks left handles smoothed firewall door jambs frame will be smoothed aswell just really an overall smoothed up look.
              The entire block i cleaned up and smoothed aswell and its painted body color.

              The running gear is a:
              Slid roller 406
              ARP studded
              11.2.1 Mahle forged pistons
              Scat cranks and 6" rods
              Lunati VooDoo 243-249 @.050 585"
              210 Pro-Filers 2.08=1.60's with 1.5
              Ported and flowed by Chad Speier he also did my
              Hurricane intake to match
              1" HVH 750 mighty Demon
              cloyes billet double roller
              7 quart pan with kick outs
              melling select pump
              csr pump
              MSD billet ignition ss coil 6AL
              Griffin rad. 1 1/4 tubes big fan

              400 4,200 stahl ATI
              alumin. driveshaft
              narrowed 9" 4.56 gears
              4 link on shockwaves


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                so bad ass...
                If you can leave two black stripes from the exit of one corner to the braking zone of the next, you have enough horsepower. - Mark Donohue

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                  Thanks guys i have always wanted a really slick high end custom and the details are what have take soooo long but should be worth it when buttoned up id be glad to keep you updated im on a new photo file photobucket all full, so yep pics you want pics you'll get lol thanks again George Ohio


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                  • #10
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                    I've said it before, and I'll say it again... excellent work, and my favorite chev body style... keep us updated - how long until paint?
                    Doing it all wrong since 1966

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                    • #11
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                      Thanks well i can finally get to building the car the way it is, meaning getting parts in it wiring etc interior and then break it apart and send the body to paint shop and frame off to blaster then hopefully get frame in paint by spring and body should be done by next summer no need to rush frame will be smooth like body.

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                      • #12
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                        Killer - that looks awesome

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                        • #13
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                          Killer looks and will haul butt too. Nice.
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                            Man alive that car is sublime!

                            What color is it going to be?
                            That which you manifest is before you.

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                              Thanks the color will be green tea met. off new honda crv and an antique ivory top two tone factory style location for two tone, same color as engine in above photos.
                              Wanted to keep an antique feel to the car instead of red or orange etc. like on a sports car.

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