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Re: restoring odd ball cars

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Originally Posted by Roadcaptain S3 View Post
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Have you seen the Roadkill "Mopar Muscle Truck"?

http://www.roadkill.com/wp-content/u...hevy-Dodge.jpg
The roadkill truck looks pretty clean. hard to find them that clean even in California since the old trucks had pretty much no galvi steel.


I've only gotten so far with the work. frame is prepped and front suspension is now attached. still doing a lot of welding and cutting of rust on the body. Using a 92 truck for sheet metal donation. welding galvi steel always makes me nervous


have to rebuild the rear end, 8 3/4 (489 series) with probably a Eaton posi and some hard to find new axles, green bearings.
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