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  1. SVTORANGE

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    I am gonna shelve the 351 for now and just get this thing running with the 302.
     
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    New fuel tank.
     
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    nelzsvt Active Member Established Member

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    The Daddywagon started today! It won't stay running but I'll figure it out... hopefully.
     
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    I like it.
     
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    I forgot about this project. Kudos for sticking with it. It's unique and definitely something different. Those white steel wheels are freaking awesome looking on that car.
     
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    Great thread, and that is awesome you got it fired up.
    If it didn't have a 5 lug swap, that car would be a perfect candidate for some 10 holes.
     
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    PaxtonShelby Wrenching on DD’s sucks Established Member

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    You're in the home stretch. Git-r-dun!!!
     
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    That fake wood is the best. I love this car
     
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    What a badass project! Love it
     
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    Thanks for the compliments! I actually drove the car yesterday! It's not done I still have a list of things I have to do but I wanted to get to the test drive to make sure nothing was majorly wrong with it. So far, so good!
     
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    A maiden voyage!
    That's always great news.
     
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    Just took this night time pic. The hood is open because I needed the coil wire to move my mustang.
     
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    I was a fan of the white wheels. Cool car
     
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    Yeah. The white was a plastidip to sample if I would like it, and I definitely do. I just need to pick up 2 more and have a set powder coated white. I already have 2 spares at home just waiting for paint.
     
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    Funny, I was thinking the opposite. I like the black wheels better. The white doesn't really match th color on the car at all.
    The black makes the wagon look more low key and sneaky.
     
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    I like both! The black definitely compliments the sleeper look of the car, but if I ever get the car painted and go for more "show" then a set of powder coated wheels would definitely set it off just right!
     
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    This thing kicks major ass.


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    Thanks! Now that I have driven it, I can see the light at the end of the tunnel! 351w, torsen t2 geared at 3.27:1, and cobra r brembo front brakes, and t56. Those are some of the last pieces of the puzzle.
     

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