1973 Z28 Build

Discussion in 'Project Progress' started by ADV1, Apr 2, 2009.

  1. Eliminator SS

    Eliminator SS Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Yea I thought it was stupid too.
    Hey, can't blame me we're not running it anymore. lol
     
  2. ADV1

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    Did a bit more work over the weekend...

    My Helper...
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    Custom Sound Deading ALA Left over Tar Paper from my Sheds Roof!!! :D
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    Completed tank, Ready to go in!
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    Installed, Just need one Union and to also tighten up the loose line hanging below the rear valence...
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    Another Angle...
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    Me, Running Hose... :lol:
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    Where I'm mounting the regulator... This is not my 1st, 2nd nor 3rd choice but it'll have to do in order to fit some "Other" things around the carb! :D
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    Another Angle...
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    Eliminator SS Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    NICE WORK Aric!
     
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    Thanks Man!
     
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    Looks good, but your helper needs some safety glasses too.
     
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    I actually had some on him but the little fart took them off when Mommy came out and took that photo! You can't see it but he's holding them in his hands right there...
     
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    Ha! They have the instinct to attempt to get their parents brought up on neglect charges!

    Actually, I was gonna say the same thing about the glasses, so good job remembering them for him too.

    It's really cool to have him out there helping, even if he's just a little tyke still. Makes the project that much more fun and special.
     
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    Coming along nicely!! like the new meats... looks mean. Good helper ya got there too.
     
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    Nice work....! Especialy like seeing the kid helping, brings back memories...I anticipate buying another car myself.It's going to be a father son project. My son will be 12 in june & we are looking at a 72 RS/SS now :) Minus motor & trany though = :( ...My buddy has a 71 LT-1 motor out of a 4 speed camaro in pieces & he & I already negotiated a price for that..It took me about 4 years to do my 73/Z, so I figure this will put us right at age 16 maybe 17 for him to be able to drive the RS/SS to high school :cool:
     
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    Cool. Its always nice just to have some good company when working on the car. Looks like you've got some of the best.
     

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