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I'd love to have that gas tank on my living room table just so i could sit and look at it with my friends. Great work. Keep it up.
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I'd love to have that gas tank on my living room table just so i could sit and look at it with my friends. Great work. Keep it up.
Yeah me too. It does look better than antisipated. Using good paint helps. Thx.

Had a couple early shift rods and a short shift rod and quickly made a short shifter that's not short. It's also angled 10 degrees toward the wheel.


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Awesome job keeping this your car and sticking with your vision! Love it!
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I'd love to have that gas tank on my living room table just so i could sit and look at it with my friends. Great work. Keep it up.
I kinda liked the tank after it was strippped.


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Awesome job keeping this your car and sticking with your vision! Love it!
Thx my friend !
I refuse to let these old stuck calipers beat me. Only 2 pistons out so far.

https://youtu.be/PjyFex3lqz8
https://youtu.be/JnZZhhY2VL0
I better try Zerk fittings instead
I better try Zerk fittings instead


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and the smart way to remove calipers albeit a little messy !
https://youtu.be/-Vl2wrtD1qc
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