My 72 454...

Discussion in 'Project Progress' started by GREEDY72, Feb 3, 2011.

  1. joshp01

    joshp01 Veteran Member

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    Its coming along great. I am liking the darker red color that it was. Keeping it the same?
     
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    That front end is trick my man! What brand UCA's are those, I don't recall seeing that design before?
     
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    That is a set I ordered from HOTCHKIS....so far so good.
     
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    I don't have any plans to keep it the same color...not really into red ( or any variation of it) as a color choice. However paint is a long way away so who knows...:bowtie:
     
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    kind of at a stand still but should be doing the sheet metal work soon..
     
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    Fellow Houstonian

    Looks GREAT..........You are ahead of me. Just ordered adjustable front and rear sway bars, steering components, spindles and Wilwood brake kit from PTFB. Hope to start on the subframe when the parts arrive. Cold beer and BBQ awaits if you want to stop by and share some of the tips and tricks related to putting it all together.
     
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    Awesome work, no short cuts in that front end, way to go!
     
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    Top notch work and parts! Keep at it you're doing great!
     
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    Looking great! What paint did you use on the subframe?

    Phil
     
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    wow:eek: looks like work
     

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