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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Without A Drought, May 9, 2008.
For once I actually welcomed a rainy day.... gave me a chance to work on one of my various car projects. Hopefully I'll be able to finish up the last few things next week and then hang the front sheet metal so that she can go back to the paint and body guy.....
All that I have left to do now is the front sway bar and the steering tie rod ends
All that metal just bolted onto the rest of the vehicle looks weird.
well..... if you had seen the original factory front suspension and clip that came off of the car you'd say the same thing! It will be more exciting when I bolt up the small block chevy that I am building for it... I promise
It just violates some inner conviction of mine that a continuous frame should be there, despite the obvious strength of what's in the photos.
The car is a unibody!
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Hey, I'm stone age. Where are the king pins?
Mid 60's Chevy II?
Yep.... It's a '62 Chevy II. 2 door post. Should be a fun little car. I'm building a healthy little Chevy small block for it and I have a 200R4 transmission and a 4.11 posi rear end for it. She should get up and go pretty good. I'm also building a '56 Chevy on a fully engineered Art Morrison chassis. That car has an LS6 motor in it and that car should haul ass. It's almost done being painted.... I should have it back in a few weeks.... I'll post some pictures of it too.
Yea, that will be an awesome car but I would put a Muncie rockcrusher in it.