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  • #16
    Re: my 74 formula (rated R)

    I have a blair 3/8ths spotweld cutter I started with but the spotwelds were too big from GM so I used a lennox 5/8's or 3/4 hole saw I modified by taking the guide drill out and shortening it so it stuck out beyond the saw teeth about an 1/8th inch. The lump it left behind I'd be able to knock down with 40 grit disks if I was going to keep the trunk pan. I only drilled them out because THERE ARE SUPPOSED TO BE FRAME RAILS BEHIND THE TAIL PANEL. >
    Cheap, slow, half-assed: Pick three

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    • #17
      Re: my 74 formula (rated R)

      Thank G*d for reproductions,eh Milkovich ;)? Still,did ya get a new rear Light Panel(I'm sure you did...)? ~J/W-OO6.

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      • #18
        Re: my 74 formula (rated R)

        reproductions are good...but rust free front end collision parts cars for $100 are better ;D
        Cheap, slow, half-assed: Pick three

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        • #19
          Re: my 74 formula (rated R)

          I found a good way to fix rust is the 10 gallon jugs of bondo.... ;) kidding. But yeah, i have seen one or two of those firebirds in front of junkyards. Its definitely worth a look.
          http://www.youtube.com/user/Greenlightfilming

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          • #20
            Re: my 74 formula (rated R)

            I have fixed my share of rusty F bodys.This project seems just likes those i have done.10-15 years ago,we modified 75-76 Firebirds to 77-78 models.It was easy.just the front clip.but nowadays,i actually think we didnt do it right.74-76 models,look just right to me these days.

            Racy front,and those 77-78 models are everywhere.

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