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    Rear axle for the Violent Valiant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hot Rod Chassis View Post
    Rear axle for the Violent Valiant.
    Beautiful welding!

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    I think you could give something about that rear axle. Its a 9" Ford.
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    Don't think that will flex much! A lot of unsprung weight though?
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    SOme junk





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    Anybody been building anything?

    To see what I've been doing go check my PB-page:
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    Not my work but it is my car. Just bought a 66 Fury so I belong.

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    Some more
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    And more...

    No idea why the first one was made upside down.... Maybe because it's not Mopar.

    Anyone notice it's a widebody?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Argh View Post
    And more...

    No idea why the first one was made upside down.... Maybe because it's not Mopar.

    Anyone notice it's a widebody?
    Sick car!!! didn't notice until you mentioned it, very well done!
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    Thanks dangina

    Getting toward the pointy end now. Plan is to finish the build, shake it down at the track before pulling it down and paint. Unfortunately the law here is really really strict about registering highly modified cars but I should be able to get a restricted rego. Love your Roadrunner. Looked for one myself but it seems near impossible to get a nice (mainly)rust free one without paying serious money so have just bought a 66 Fury that I hope to make more of a daily driver. Of course some mods will be in order....

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    There are some talented fabricators here! Though not as involved as most of the projects here I thought I'd share the solution I came up with for the lighting upgrade on my '70 Coronet Wagon. I found a set of aftermarket projector beams and H1 high beams with halos that were originally made for a mid 90s BMW 5 series and modified the Coronet's light brackets to mount them. The factory lights on the Coronet sat behind the face of the grills quite a bit and used a filler panel to hide the gap. The new lights fit flush with the face of the grills now, are still fully adjustable, and are much brighter. It was a fun little project.
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    Nice Job!

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    Here is a trick to save a little dough if you are converting from a column shift to a floor shift. I recently swapped a TKO500 into my Coronet wagon on a budget. Floor shift colums are getting difficult to find and are spendy now so I cut the gear selector window and shifter arm mount off of my column shift bezels, filled the holes with JB Weld, and smoothed them over. Once painted you'd never know it isn't factory. I also cut the shift linkage arm off of the tube at the base of the column and locked it so it wouldn't rotate. I also did this to an A body column years ago. That one was a bit easier because of how the selector window was designed but it is the same concept.
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