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    Quote Originally Posted by 67must View Post
    NICE!!!One question I see your integrating the fiberglass pieces into the body. Any worries about the different rates of expansion between the fiberglass and steel? Was thinking on doing the same.
    The pics taken durring the body work are not the best. The pics make it look like I integrated the fiberglass pieces to the sheetmetal but I didn't. The front facia and quarter panel extensions are removable. I see people bonding these parts on all the time but to me I fell they are just asking for trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stang58 View Post
    The pics taken durring the body work are not the best. The pics make it look like I integrated the fiberglass pieces to the sheetmetal but I didn't. The front facia and quarter panel extensions are removable. I see people bonding these parts on all the time but to me I fell they are just asking for trouble.
    my computer was also running SSSLLLOOOWWWW. I posted the question before the final pics were loaded,so I only saw the body work pics.My body guy is totally against integrating the metal and fiberglass for the different rates in which they move. End product is awesome.

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    WOW...I love it!

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    Very sweet ride and very nice attention to detail.

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    Incredible Job !!!! Time well spent, quick question , where did you mount the dryer and seperator assembly for the a/c ? what kind of condensor did you use?
    Thanks

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    Absolutely beautiful car. I love the stance. Looks great with those mickey Radials tucked up in the wheelwells. Awesome attention to detail!

    James

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    guess i need to stop by and take a ride with ya

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    I'm wanting to do the same swap 1968 Fb with a 01 supercharged Lightning 5.4
    any thoughts an pointers would be greatly appreciated. thanks, Jeff 413-531-3991

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    Swap the ltn s/c with a gt500 one. There is a guy who makes the adapter plate needed

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    do you know where I can get it...

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    thanks !

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