63 chevy 2 nova outlaw prostreet updates 10/31/14

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what's up fellas, I started fooling around with this one yesterday since I'm kind of ata stand still with the Camaro, waiting on decals. So I started on this one, thanks for looking and comments welcome...

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i just love your stuff tyrone. looks awesome!!

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here's a few more...

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WOW I like very much!

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I like this one very much as well. I also like your choice on front rims. What chassis did you start with?

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Thanks fellas, Brad the chassis is from the r/m pro sportsman 57 chevy, but this one is from the soff seal 57 chevy kit,as you can tell (yellow) this is a build I've been wanting to do for a while. I'll just use most of the kit parts on this one for the engine and so forth. Thanks for looking in...

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awesome! i've been thinking about something like this from the Trumpeter Nova for awhile but wasn't sure on the chassis. besides the obvious cage work, did you have to do anything to the wheelbase?

thanks, I did have to cut the lower strut arms off and move them back just slightly to center the front wheels up...

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Tyrone your builds are always inspiring , I love the nova already . What motor are you gonna drop in it? keep us posted and keep up the great work brother! :unsure:

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Tyrone your builds are always inspiring , I love the nova already . What motor are you gonna drop in it? keep us posted and keep up the great work brother! :unsure:

Thanks Rom I really appreciate all the nice words from you guys, I'm going to use the engine from the 55 chevy pro sportsman kit I've got hundreds of them laying around lol.. some bg style carbs from pro tech is what I have in mind...

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That body style just lends itself nicely to this kind of build. It's looking good already Tyrone.

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awesome

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Looks great so far!!!

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Tyrone, that looks killer. Should be another awesome drag car from you. I'll be watching!

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Tyrone... this build is off to a great start. Love this body style of Nova. What kit is the body from?? Looking for more pics of this build. Keep up the great work.

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Tyrone... this build is off to a great start. Love this body style of Nova. What kit is the body from?? Looking for more pics of this build. Keep up the great work.

Thanks Chris, this is the trumpeter kit...

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The Nova is looking good Tyrone, love the stance.

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Tyrone where did the back wheels come from? I have been searching for them but haven't had any luck yet. Thanks

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Awesome looking ride there.

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'63 Chevy II is really nice car, and perfect basis for this kind of project. Can't wait to see more progress of it, your builds are always looking very good. I like the modifications, you've done to the body, that car looks mean. Really great job so far.

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Thanks for the comments fellas, well this is a small update, it was 100 degrees here today, and it's just to dang hot in my garage/hobby room/man cave to do any work, but I did manage to get the rear spoiler done and the trunk floor, the wing is made front sheet styrene. Thanks for looking and comments welcome...

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one more I love ths pic for some reason, maybe it's how much of the wheel/tire is tucked inside the fender.. :)

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outlaw105 the wheels are from this kit...

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The wing looks good Tyrone, like that shot also, the wing & the tires look nice,spent 34 years in Fl., know all about the high humidity/temps,always hated painting the cars outside in the summer,now in Tucson (have had 32 days in the 100's so far, but very low humidty/even thou it has been a little humid the last 2 weeks or so, the monsoon season is here).

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Tyrone, Tyrone....what a sweet ride man. Gonna be flat out killer, luv it!! Keep it up.

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Looks like another killer project Tyrone. B)

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one more I love ths pic for some reason, maybe it's how much of the wheel/tire is tucked inside the fender.. B)

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outlaw105 the wheels are from this kit...

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Lol I have to agree with that pic also . Freakin perfect !Beautiful clean build .

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