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Looks good! Whatever happened to that cool roller you boys were selling?
If this is the roller you are talking about the last post will give you the answer ....

'77 C3/'72 RSR backdate tub available...
Old 11-28-2007, 11:36 AM
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damn! Teo is at it again!!! I should have purchased it myself.
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I came in late on Teo's. Not gonna miss this one......subscibed
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Sweet!!! What kind of rear suspension is that car running? I see the ASP, but I also see a non-coilover shock. What trailing arms? Also, what are the specs of those rear wheels, i.e. width, offset, backspacing, etc...?

Last question, could you also PM me with an estimate on roll cage installation in a '70 Coupe?

Outstanding project!!! Zuff rocks!


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Keith,

You guy's do some amazing work!!
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Wish I had seen those 'jack points' when I had mine on the rotisserie. Would have welded me some up! **Sigh**
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What is the advantage of removing the driprail?
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driprail delete....

less drag on the a-pillar

and clean sexy lines....
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What is the advantage of removing the driprail?

This thread has a good discussion on the driprail delete or rain gutter filler(long)


http://66.236.61.177/showthread.php?t=349196&highlight=rdane.


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so when is the "smart client" going to ask you for an opinion on how to get a 993 rear axle mounted instead of his current suspension and replace the entire underpan while you are at it....... just kidding.
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I think your smart client has excellent tastes! Ill bet his wife thinks otherwise though.
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What size tires are you going to put on those bad boys 12"?

On a side note will 15" wheels fit over GTP lightweight or do you need 16"?
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Awesome car once again Keith !!

thanks for posting another very cool project those 12 " wheels are very nice. I,m sure the car will hold fine at the track.

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Keith,

Very nice work as usual! I have a few questions:

1. Do you cut out pieces from donor doors to use as filler panels for the 935 mirror conversion? It looks like you do.

2. Are the turbo width steel flares that you're using OEM or Dansk panels?

3. For the sunroof delete do you reuse the stock sunroof panel? If so what mods do you make to the panel for this process?

4. Can you provide a few close up pics of the patched door areas and sunroof delete?

Thanks! I may be contacting you in early '08 to help me with a few parts of my widebody project. Keep up the great work!
1. Yes, if available.
2. Dansk
3. Yes, unless a sunroof-less roof clip is available. When using the panel, we remove the sub structure for weight savings.
4. I'll see if we have some pics of that stuff handy.
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Cool project!

I'm sure the fenders will look great when they are completed, but damn that's a lot of work, why not just go fiberglass?
Quality of fit/finish of steel over the glass stuff. By the time you complete the additional work on the FG panels for quality fit, your price & weight margins are incredibly small.
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I think your smart client has excellent tastes! Ill bet his wife thinks otherwise though.
yeah, all "keith"s have excellent taste. - and are smarter than average. - and better looking. - and etc.


CHARLESKEIFFNER - I think Tim is right - you need a stiffer spring. Our remote pull is for the catch, not the latch, if that makes sense...?

The 12"ers get 335 or 315 rubber depending on the manufacturer.
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Great, thanks a whole bunch!!!!!

Now I am inspired to get going and spend more money on my car....

I too am interested in a price on a cage, please shoot me a PM so we can talk.

Thanks for another great build post to follow.
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