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The car is killer, and that single wiper is absolutly awsome.

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No doubt about that, Cole. Brendon's entire car is wood worthy, but that single wiper is a Viagra-like detail that someday, I intend to copy!
Thanks guys!! The hardest part was making the wiper linkage, the rest was just cut and weld with a little filler.

The rain gutters on the other hand are a major PITA!!

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runs drives and shifts. Haven't put it under any load, but it's got a HEAVY peddle... I will have a left calf of steel!!!
A body building friend tried mine and made the same comment. That thing will hold though, I assure you.
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Ronnie: I thought it was so cool because it took me back to the scene LeMans
where it was raining at nite and all you could see and hear was that single wiper.
Way cool !!!!!

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That's kind of my inspiration actually. The vintage race car look.... for the street of course.
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Preparing to remove the muffler...going to FD Motorsports for a gut clean out
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Brendon... yer pics are profound icing on 930potd cake after how much time & effort you've gone thru with yer incredible build - NOICE.

awesomeness, Rey - Fistermod, FTW!

>>>breaks out the criticism of an otherwise ohso perfect car<<<

(whispers): mebbe have Darin ensure the left/right tips align, alleviating the passenger side sag'age?

(athousand pardons fer the blasphemage brutha, galactically colossal pet peeve of mine about bad stripper tits exhaust tips!)

Will be nice to add some sound there - when you toreass out of MMC last summer it was a voluminous rush of massive amounts of air goin WHOOOOSH... some burbleage will kickass!
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Thanks Paul but it's about as straight as it will ever be. Dawe's fabricator busted his hump getting it to fit the GT35R correctly. If you notice the muffler was already modified(the section where the wide and O2 is screwed into). I'm totally satisfied with it. Did you install your lift? your going to love it
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again, sorry to 'bust' dewd... not my intent...

DO consider ^such^ a COMPLIMENT!!! When something's as much a work of art masterpiece as your creation, any tiny miniscule 'flaw' screams out a bit

like I said, just a personal peeve of mine - it's well known I have issues 8-)

Lift is going to be a process. Needs refurb ($250 surplus equipment sale so who cares lol).

I have to drill my floor to test thickness, etc. Will start on it day after school ends and my fam goes to beach for week. Disassembling, sanding, greasing, etc. But yes, I am certainly lookin forward to it, thanks!!! GIDDY!!!
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930potd - roadside in the center of my bucolic little quaint town here, just missed the sun unfortunately but walking upon it returning from my meeting I just had to grab a snap:

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again, sorry to 'bust' dewd... not my intent...

DO consider ^such^ a COMPLIMENT!!! When something's as much a work of art masterpiece as your creation, any tiny miniscule 'flaw' screams out a bit

like I said, just a personal peeve of mine - it's well known I have issues 8-)

Lift is going to be a process. Needs refurb ($250 surplus equipment sale so who cares lol).

I have to drill my floor to test thickness, etc. Will start on it day after school ends and my fam goes to beach for week. Disassembling, sanding, greasing, etc. But yes, I am certainly lookin forward to it, thanks!!! GIDDY!!!
No apology needed Paulie..it's all good

I had someone cut a section of the floor and pour 8-10" of cement along with rebar. Might have been overkill but better safe than sorry
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Basic Black...

...everyone needs a little black turbo!

76, #368

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...everyone needs a little black turbo!

76, #368



Beautiful car, is it stock?
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Yes

it's stock, except for the 16's, I've got the original 15's too. What number is your's?
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dewdius - DIY corner balance / align = UBERBALLARSTATUS

crykie

I like tightened some stuff on mine tonight and like things and stuff, I think - or something

and dat paint - looks *superb!*

!!!!!!!!!!!


edit: I just realized, that's not yer shop there is it? 8-) With you, ya never know... so... yeah.
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edit: I just realized, that's not yer shop there is it? 8-) With you, ya never know... so... yeah.
Do you know Malcolm Austin @ Series Motorsports? Mutual friend of Swanson and Toxcheap. I use his shop when I need something I don't have at mine. In return I am giving him the parts car shell when i am done with my build.

I do all the work (except for a little TIG work) on the car, just used his scale and strings...
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Very nice! Digging the front valance.
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