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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-15-2019, 09:57 AM Thread Starter
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.....Aaaaaand.....for those who haven't had enough yet, lol.

The current madness that has been going on since Oct 2015:

The selfie pic is of the freshly painted trunk lid!
My painter has a similar car with a 600 hp 427 Windsor motor; he painted the worlds fastest street car back in 2006, a 2500 hp 62 Corvette that finished in the top 10 at SEMA that year. Car looks way better than I have any reason to expect, given the body and paint weren't anywhere near the kind of money it should have cost......like buying a new 5.0 Coyote Mustang for example

Should have it running sometime in June, then re assemble the body and make it driveable - even with no interior if need be- so I can put some miles on it and setup the ride height, suspension, aerodynamic devices and corner weights.

Car should be a monster with lots of grip, a pretty decent torque arm and panhard bar suspension and about 500 hp. That number will need to be jacked up significantly later on, not sure I have the appetite for the invoice to do that....we shall see.
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I ran across these pictures of turning a small disc on the DP.

I use mine for sanding and wire brushing and w/mandrel of small drums for sanding. Also polishing small parts.

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do I see a 10mm socket installed on the bottom of the disc? so that's where it ended up lol

For those not in the know, that is a joke going around the car community that the 10mm socket is the automotive version of Waldo.
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do I see a 10mm socket installed on the bottom of the disc? so that's where it ended up lol

For those not in the know, that is a joke going around the car community that the 10mm socket is the automotive version of Waldo.
Good eye, it is a socket I used as a spacer,not sure of the size. that was the dial for the wooden combination lock I made years ago.
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