This 69 Camaro belongs to my customer "David" - retired firefighter - He had the itch to go Fast and look Hot !
This 69 Camaro (Certified 7sec) painted "Flaming Prowler Orange Metallic" with a Brodix 434ci. Aluminum Small Block Chevy should do the trick .
It came out looking pretty nice but nice is just not good enough so it went back in the booth and got wet sanded down and another 2 coats of clear applied - wet sanded again and power polished - It now looks HOT
Here is a very cool steel body 32 Roadster that came in to be made road worthy - cool ride but a sloppy build.
It had numerous problems - frame was not boxed properly - leaky fuel tank (and yes that was the battery mounted next to the leaky fuel tank ?!) - 4 very weak body mounts (14" apart) - twisted body - nasty floors - and a few other little issues.
Frame was cleaned up and fully boxed in - fuel tank and battery were removed and a steel shelf was made to hold the battery, fuse box and storage behind the seat - custom 15gal fuel tank will be mounted in the trunk area behind the rear-end.
Rear frame rails were extended to help protect the rear from impact and to allow for 2 more body mounts.
Floor looked like it was made from scrap metal and beer cans - body was held on with 4 - 1/2" bolts - trunk was made out of 3/8 plywood attached with drywall edging ?!
I removed the entire floor and straightened the body before installing a 1" heavy wall square tubing framework and 1/4" steel plate floors.
She was reassembled and is now a solid - safe - cool little hotrod.
My next project
1958 Fargo Custom
This customers truck will be sitting on a Chevy Short-box chassis - suicide doors - shaved handles - 1 piece powered tilt front end .
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