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72 Webber Fed Chevelle

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Posted by ditdah54 on Sunday, May 12, 2019 12:46 PM
Really nice!
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Posted by Anonymous on Saturday, June 17, 2006 5:57 PM
WHERE DID YOU FIND THE COOL INTERIOR ADD ON'S I WOULD REALLY LIKE THE WEBSITE TO PURCHASE THESE ITEMS FOR MY RIDES. ANY INFO IS GREAT. I CAN BE REACHED AT DJKAYSLAY005@YAHOO.COM WITH YOUR INFO
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Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, June 4, 2006 8:18 AM
Got the Woofers and all the parts from http://www.thepartsbox.com, didnt realise that i couldnt use my own images from BMC, so ive opened a Photobox thing account.
any sugestions about this model would be much appreciated.
4cefed
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Posted by MLOMAKA on Friday, June 2, 2006 10:49 AM
The only pic I see is the same one......the Ford GT saying the image was stolen from Briansmodelcars.?!*Blush

Mike Lomaka

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Posted by Anonymous on Friday, June 2, 2006 8:46 AM
Love it .... the green and black look sweet together!!!!!!!! where did you get the woofers they look cool?
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Posted by Anonymous on Friday, June 2, 2006 7:53 AM
sounds grat but no pics shown
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Posted by Anonymous on Friday, June 2, 2006 7:10 AM
Sorry about the delay and slow progress, still getting use to how to navigate and manova around this website,

UPDATE:
Ive mainly just been playing with the interior and ride hight should have some progress photo's A.S.A.P, having a few lowering issues with the width of the rear wheels, its making the rear sit to high (and being a AMT its a drilled rear, might have to drill some holes higher up [not that ther is much more left to go higher] but i only need another), and the front with the standard setup still sits to high for my liking, does anyone have some ideas how to get it lower????? (Ive already flipped the suspension rests and reset them as high as they can go, and the wheels are almost hitting on the top of the inner gaurd) any suggestions would be great.

After looking thro some other forums i spotted this guy called Chris that designed in 2003 a Camaro concept, went and had a look at his website and spotted his 71chevelle and ive love the paint scheme on it, The bottom of the paint was red, but ive photoshopped it and changed it to a green simular to what ill be using. What do people think? Personally i like it, its a moden look, and would look absolutly sick with the trumpets poking thro the hood,
what do other people think?
or should I still go the flag effect draped over the back and part way down the side?

Visited the parts box the other day and got myself some nice parts for the interior, Not completly sure about the nitros as im thinkin bout using it on another project along with the seats...what do people think?



These are the wheels that im going to be using, not to sure about the seats, might use them in another project that im piecing together atm,
made no other real progress on the interior, modified the 70's dash [deleate A/C vents and a few other parts [gave it a more smoothes look]] to how I wanted it. Cut the hole out in the bonnet to fit the Injection thro, it sits about half way up the window, so it looks pritty wild.
4cefed

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Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, May 4, 2006 1:52 AM
sounds like a cool build,but i sdee no pics
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72 Webber Fed Chevelle
Posted by Anonymous on Wednesday, May 3, 2006 9:39 PM
Here is some teaser pixs of my latest Work In Progress, Planning a semi box build with the addition of EFI, some lowering, rollcage and some Audio equiptment, from the Partsbox.com!
The look im going for will be the Build that a rev head would build but still be street Viable (sorry no ProStreet), hence the performance carbs, but still have the tuner style sound system, and possibly NOS.
Im going to use this Chevelle, as a tester to do some wild pant scheme on as ive been wanting to do that for a while, but never had the chance to, but I am really keen to try a layered paint scheme.
Feedback would be greatly appreciated.
4cefed90

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