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Old 10-29-2011, 07:33 AM   #1
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Is this cool or what???

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Buddy of mine is building a 69 Camaro from a Dynacorn body> Replacement Body Shells -A Rust Free Beginning To A Brand New Old Car
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I like that 49-54 Chevy pickup shell . . My son and I built a Cobra a few years ago and I am thinking about something to build next, Both GM and Ford are now selling crate engines with all the electronics so that they are street legal . . we had to get an exception for the Cobra
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Finally, and its not made of fiberglass which is good.
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I had a 51 Chevy 5 window and sure would like to build one . .
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Start with the frame:) > Street rods, hot rods and rat rod frames and chassis
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We got the frame for the cobra from Factory 5 . . they also make one for the chevy PU . .
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They'll ship it to you this week get the jack stands ready:)
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Gotta make room in the garage . .
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Can't deny it's very cool...just wish it came with more.

I'm only good with the drivetrain.
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WHOA!! I was just thinking about this! In the October Top Gear Magazine, there is an article on a California tuning company that got a 1969 (I think) Mercedes 190SL, and put a SL600 underneath! I wondered whether you could do the same with a mustang, but this is just as cool :)
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Probably could . . it's a lot easier with a frame made for the engine/drivetrain and body. You tell the fabricator the engine, transmission and rearend and they make one that accomodates the body you intend to use.

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WHOA!! I was just thinking about this! In the October Top Gear Magazine, there is an article on a California tuning company that got a 1969 (I think) Mercedes 190SL, and put a SL600 underneath! I wondered whether you could do the same with a mustang, but this is just as cool :)
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Yeah, something like that... I nearly stated dribbling when I saw it...
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They have done a couple on TV, 69 Camaro on new Camaro chassis, 67 Charger on a 2010 Chassis, the end product looks good but I have reservations how well they will hold up over time:)
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