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  1. Wow on the build quality there bud, and thank you That helped my understanding alot ,now what fiber glass cloth do I need to get and how many layers and tools needed,thanks in advance dennis
  2. 2. 4th down is a grill to amc amx don't know witch kit though.
  3. The zz top kit had some bullet hole style is what your referring to right?
  4. Don't worry Scott we all have our moments.lol
  5. Thank you foxer I'll be sure to look into this.is this this a order only product or can I buy it locally?
  6. Alright I need to know what glues/epoxys do y'all recommend for choping a top,I've had a dirt track Monte Carlo project for a few years need to know what's the strongest glue is ,set times ,and prep.im frustrated to have a choped up car and cannot finish it.thanks dennis
  7. its a strange looking beast but still cool
  8. i like it im suprised gm hasnt made them for the 1:1 yet to step up there options
  9. my daughter keeps dora band -aids handy... i was thinking about the glass and i think ill cut it at its sharpest point and add what everi decide to use for glass what you think?
  10. what is the best way to make t-tops from cuting body to making the glass all tips are appreciated?
  11. jones45

    90 Notchback

    first non box build ive seen i like it
  12. i just started working on mine the other day and im wanting some inspiration so lets see them
  13. this is a beautiful car done right, great job bud
  14. i did the same thing but not useing the nail i use the head off of a old nascar fire extinguisher and super glued it to the top
  15. i wouldnt think so the rear chassie are diffrent and the motors sit way back compaired to nascar
  16. ok keep in touch i raced my whole life so i can help you with any qustion on makeing it correct
  17. drak blue top and white on bottom
  18. try amts lowrider elarly 70s monte carlo and 67 impala has the best factory 4 link set up with a 12 bolt rearend witch is not as common as a ten bolt or nine inch but is used now days and the chassie is separate from the floor pan so you could use the whole chassie if your trying to make a correct street stock
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