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1) tow-eye mount complete. 
2) hood bump-stops installed on rad-side of strut towers. These can be replaced with quik-latch if the hood vibrates at speed.

3) pass-through holes in rad support for oil cooler lines.

 

finishing touches before I can primer the front-end 

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