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Thread: Before & After

  1. #701
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    Its easier to remove a 1/2 filled tank, than it is to install it and it sucks ass when all your fuel jugs are full. Good thing I had my Glenns Sleeper Tank handy.



    Installed the tank, to only realize that Im a dumbass and hooked the feed & return lines up wrong. So I dropped it down, again, switched the lines, and it was all good.



    I also flipped the cross-bar and everything lined up much better!




    Up next, weld the front bumper bar and then remove the interior and get the car up to Cam for the CM 10pt, Hot & Cold side, and Im sure Ill have other stuff for him to do as well.


    Have a great weekend!
    http://stangbang.tripod.com/ Where all this began!
    http://stangbang.tripod.com/twisted/ Vinny
    1984 Mustang build @craig_btr on Instagram

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    Sweet Mother of Mary!
    #9 2011 Spring Street Car Shoutout

    1991 Mini Tubed Mustang Coupe, in the works.
    351W base, PG, Stock Suspension chassis

  3. #703
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    I'm digging it! Looks good buddy.

    Sent from my Pixel 5 using Tapatalk

  4. #704
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    sassy!

  5. #705
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    Sweet.

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    Thanks guys.

    Every time I pack a chute, I always ask myself, why I put one on.





    Up next, take out the interior and make it where the dash is easily removable for my Fab guy.
    http://stangbang.tripod.com/ Where all this began!
    http://stangbang.tripod.com/twisted/ Vinny
    1984 Mustang build @craig_btr on Instagram

  7. #707
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus View Post
    Thanks guys.

    Every time I pack a chute, I always ask myself, why I put one on.





    Up next, take out the interior and make it where the dash is easily removable for my Fab guy.
    Looking good. Chute is a pita, but a necessary evil.

  8. #708
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    Im hoping so! LOL!!
    http://stangbang.tripod.com/ Where all this began!
    http://stangbang.tripod.com/twisted/ Vinny
    1984 Mustang build @craig_btr on Instagram

  9. #709
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    No more sleeper look. Looks great man. The whole car just looks awesome. Hope to see it look like a blurry maroon streak going down the track and so straight you can steer it with 1 finger on the wheel.

  10. #710
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    My friend from work came over last night to make sure my new Eastwood Welder was set up correctly and to weld the front support on for me.





    After he was finished up, I went ahead and prepd the bar, and then sprayed on some gray paint. I only had gray, no black, but ya won't see it anyway.







    Up next, tear into the interior or should I say, tear out the interior to get it ready for the 10pt addition.

    Thanks for tuning in.
    http://stangbang.tripod.com/ Where all this began!
    http://stangbang.tripod.com/twisted/ Vinny
    1984 Mustang build @craig_btr on Instagram

  11. #711
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    I put the front end back on to double check fitment, and it fits! LOL!!



    Hopefully next week, all these parts, will be finding their new home on the Stang!



    Yall have a Great weekend!
    http://stangbang.tripod.com/ Where all this began!
    http://stangbang.tripod.com/twisted/ Vinny
    1984 Mustang build @craig_btr on Instagram

  12. #712
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    nice stack of toys.

  13. #713
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    Looking good Craig

  14. #714
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    Nice fitment on the crash bar! Sits behind the bumper nicely.
    Joe

  15. #715
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    Don't know which I envy more Craig, the car or the talent of the guy doing the work.

  16. #716
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    MAF makes some Killer parts for sure!

    Seems like Ive been here before...




    Dash is loose, now I just have to make sure all the pieces arent zip tied to it, so tha Cam can remove it and then fit it back up once the down bars are installed.


    My Supervisor came in to help me, good thing I dont need supervison as she was nappin on the job!
    http://stangbang.tripod.com/ Where all this began!
    http://stangbang.tripod.com/twisted/ Vinny
    1984 Mustang build @craig_btr on Instagram

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    Gettin serious now!
    98 Cobra - Bolt Ons
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  18. #718
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    Kickass cat!

  19. #719
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    Taking it Cambo-Built on Saturday morning!

    Yes, she is a very cool cat.
    http://stangbang.tripod.com/ Where all this began!
    http://stangbang.tripod.com/twisted/ Vinny
    1984 Mustang build @craig_btr on Instagram

  20. #720
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    Cam's customer was delayed picking up his Scamp, so I couldnt take the Mustang to him till yesterday.



    Nice sunset made for a cool pic.

    I didnt even ask Cam for an ETA, cause we all know Fab guys work on their own schedule.
    http://stangbang.tripod.com/ Where all this began!
    http://stangbang.tripod.com/twisted/ Vinny
    1984 Mustang build @craig_btr on Instagram

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