Turbocharged 70 RS project

Discussion in 'Project Progress' started by Turbo70Camaro, Jun 12, 2010.

  1. Jas0n

    Jas0n Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Looks really sharp
     
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    Turbo70Camaro Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Got the batteries and some more trunk wiring out of the way.

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    That's a work of art. The way wiring is for me, I would probably Velcro that multi-meter to that left wheel tub.
     
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    Tell you what brother, i hope my build ends up half as nice as this. The attention to detail is spectacular! What size wheels are you using on the front?
     
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    Holy Battery Batman!!

    That looks good. What batteries are those?
     
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    yo James their just autozone left and right batteries with vintage looking battery toppers.

    How’s your car coming along?
     
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    Thanks man it’s been a long time project but family first so it may take a few months longer to finish.

    Front wheels are 15x5 et3 gasser’s.
     
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    Super clean fab work! I did a 78/76 on my 97 Silverado LS swap and am doing a LSA Blower on my 70 Rs.... it's amazing to me how much more room these cars have for inter cooler space lol.
     
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    Nice and clean job. Bedliner in the trunk I think?

    One of my favourite builds on this forum. :bowtie:
     

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