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WIP: Outlaw Pro Street '69 Camaro

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This is my latest project, an Outlaw Pro Street Camaro. Its simply a pro street taken to its limits.

This is what I have done so far:

-The doors and front clip were removed.

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-I scratchbuilt the frame/cage for it using 1/16", 3/64", and 1/32" brass rod/tubing. Its the same design used in pro modifed, just a shorter wheelbase.

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-I created the firewall using sheet brass. All together there are 10 individual pieces that make it up.

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-I scratchbuilt a wing for the body. The primer will be much smoother before paint!

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-This is where the project is at now. The engine you see there is only a mock up piece for now. I am considering using the new Ross Gibson Chevy Hemi as my powerplant.

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Next up will be the tub work. I'll keep you folks posted.

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holy SH*T!!

thats one NICE build, great job on the cage and that wing!!

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Nice! Did you finish the Nova? I did not see the photos. Great brass work on the frame

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Thanks!

Irvin the Nova is still kicking! I've been hitting some road blocks with it, this is just something to keep my mind off it for a little while. Eventually it'll get finished!

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Simply AMAZING!

You have inspired me to try out brass. I ordered some rods and I'll try to do a simple roll cage.

Thanks,

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AWESOME

Chuck J

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You are SICK! But in a good way. That's some oustanding scratch building. :shock:

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WOW!! :shock:

That brass rod & sheet work is amazing! Way cool!

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