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post #1 of 149 (permalink) Old 09-29-2005, 04:23 PM Thread Starter
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Just a thought, post your links to some of the mods or custom work that you have done to your cars. Share your ideas and pick up a few. I've seen some of the work that you people have done and it's top notch stuff, a chance to show off what can be done.

I'll be posting when I get to the point of I have somthing to share :p.

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Go to any page from there for mods and custom work, I think I've fixed all the links now. :winkgrin:

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Laurie, I have to say your page is great, you have done one hell of a job with it and your trunk on trouble is fantastic. :highfive:

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Thank you, sir!

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LOL You are quite welcome my lady. I would like to post pic's of what I did with my battery's in the trunck but the trunk still look's like it came from a junk yard :rolleyes:.

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I never have gotten around to updating my webpage with the last bunch of work that was done.

My favorite mod was all the stainless hardware upgrades that I did - made the car "unique" in a field of modified cars:
http://members8.clubphoto.com/bob504...52/guest.phtml

Some of my most recent "favorites" in this photo album:
http://members8.clubphoto.com/bob504...94/guest.phtml

Some other semi-recent work:
http://members8.clubphoto.com/bob504...71/guest.phtml

It's the "little things" that I look for any more - hardware, wiring details, a fabricated lip spoiler, etc....


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You've all done some really nice work! :highfive:

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post #9 of 149 (permalink) Old 09-30-2005, 11:24 AM Thread Starter
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You got that right, Matt, nice web page nad some nice work on the car. Where did you get the bumpers?

Bob, I got to see your clone at the Corn Feed, very nice.

You all have put a lot of work into your cars, great job.

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I have nearly everything on my Cardomain page. When I get started with the Mass-Flo and the GearVendor changes I will update.
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I know it's old news now but here is a link to a roller perch how-to. Look down a bit on the home page for Opentracker roller perches.

www.DazeCars.com


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It's time to re-do my web page. Most of it is out of date by a couple of years.

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Here's the Link to my site. If I can ever find a good camera I'll take better pics!

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*LOL* where to start! Many of the mods I do are "stealth mods". Here's some from the '69 (click on the pics for larger versions):

Electric windows:


Behind the dash ... the relays that crontol the keyless entry and electric door looks (and all the bells and whistles that come with it):


No speakers in it yet, but the fiberglass trap door with speaker pods:


Of course the Tremec TKO-600:


... and the 408 stroker:

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