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  1. Nice work Joe. The polished alum on the radiator support was a great idea.. I hope the clutch slave cylinder works out.. Really nice set-up. I will still give you my professional paint HVLP spray gun if you want? Take care Ken
  2. Wow, lots of work there Joe.. Really impressive on all the cleaning, polishing and attention to detail.. Can't wait to hear it running.. Thanks..
  3. Wow... lots of great progress.. Thanks for the update.. Shifter looks super..
  4. Wow!! Looks great.. It is hard to determine where to stop when you have it torn down that far... Keep up the great wook... What a great project.. Thanks for sharing..
  5. Rear looks super.. That shifter should have no play and be really nice in the rebuilt tranny... Sweet...
  6. Excellent Joe.. Tranny will be new, engine new.. Should be really sweet.. Ready to autocross...
  7. Nice Joe... Some things come full circle... A five spd will be nice.. Can't wait to see the results... Maybe you can sell the auto stuff to offset some of it.. Guessing the rearend might need different gears too.. Keep it up.. super build...
  8. Very nice and Christian of you to help out. Have a great trip bro...
  9. Nice... Sounds like a great trip all around.. Glad you got to the shop.. Makes you wish you had a shop like that down the road from your place.. Have fun..
  10. Thinking blue Loctite on all the bolts known for coming loose..? JMTC Nice on your build Joe.. enjoy...
  11. Nice Joe.. Lots of interesting ideas.. Like Chuck said.. Maybe have it checked for trueness on a lathe.. Then carefully assemble with plastigauge across the entire lenght of each journal to check for tolarances and any taper.. Sounds like fun.. Enjoy and keep having fun..
  12. Wow!! lots to read. You have been super busy.. Things are really taking shape.. I really like everything you are doing Joe. Thanks for the updates.. Dad would love..... LOVE that oil pan.. Thanks again.. Keep it up before winter hits... lol..
  13. Nice Joe.. I always liked building engines.. I like the stroker idea and all that you are doing. Aftermarket head gaskets tend to be thicker than factory. That combined with loosing .5 on your head compression, have you thought about milling the head to balance it out and not lose too much compression? Just a thought. Thanks for the updates and cool on your build.. Thanks...
  14. NIce on the gas guage.. Dang on the one wire affecting the starter / run position.. Ghosts in the wireing can be a pain.. With your allignment close you can do a little cruzin.. Thanks for your updates.. Lookin good...
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