69 gtx convertable pro touring style. updated exhaust ,radiator,motor installed 11/4

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Been a few since I posted a wip. So here's one I've been playing with..

It's a amt 69 gtx. Opened the trunk an doors.. using Pegasus 23 an 19 chrome T's ..

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Made a new k member...always wanted to do this one.

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Doing a 4 link an round sub frame connectors ..

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It will have a hemi in it. Don't kw what I want to do as far as paint .. but I do kw this it wont be ur everyday color .. I'm thinking a pale green or a brown with a different shade for the interior ....

Thanks for lookin. Davin

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I like your suspension work...gave me some great ideas! car is sweet!

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Nice work. I really like that crossmember on the front. Very clean fab work.

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Thank you guys for the comments greatly appreciated ....

I got the 4 link done an mocked up have pics tomorrow .. it still in the ruff stage got to clean it up before paint...

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nice work cant wait to see more

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Ok here's the 4 link all together... sry forgot to get pics of the new stance ...still gotta make shocks an a track bar..

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Till next time enjoy ..davin

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I'm going to keep watching your progress.

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Nice work ! are you going to drop the front any ?Easy to do by relocating the spindle posts....

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what is pro touring? i like what youve done though

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Nice work ! are you going to drop the front any ?Easy to do by relocating the spindle posts....

Thanks fellas ..

The spindles are droped its the darn wheels but with the headers I'm using it may need to be that high we'll see ..

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what is pro touring? i like what youve done though

Pro Touring is basically older cars with modern technology stuffed in. Usually its modern powerplants, modern suspension geometry, electronics, etc. Also its a style that is low on big wheels, big brakes, etc. All very functional. Awesome update, bro! I really like that four link set up. I may be using it as inspiration for mine.

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REAL NICE WORK DAVIN!!!

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I really like where you are headed with this . The suspension mounts and sub-frame connectors look great ! What about the front brace on the K-member ?

All hemi cars had them , but maybe you won't need it , your K-member looks pretty strong !

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Good looking link there.

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Thanks for the comments .....

As I said before the doors are operational .. started the jams... an I think I'm gonna stay with the stance... it only a touring style.. stock interior maybe a 6 point roll bar.

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Till next time ..enjoy. davin

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nice works its remember me the years one 69 roadrunner project

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looking great so far!!!!!

Id really like to see a few more pics of the mustang in the background too, looks like a great project

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Looks really cool, but im more interested in that Pontiac back there! :D Great job so far! Cant wait to see this finished!

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Lookin' good Davin! I'll be watchin' B)

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Awsume project, great suspension work..

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looking great so far!!!!!

Id really like to see a few more pics of the mustang in the background too, looks like a great project

Thanks Bro ... no pics on the stang its a secret project. Well its a build of my buddies roush with a 800 HP turboed 347 stroked 4.6.

Lots of modification

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Looks really cool, but im more interested in that Pontiac back there! :D Great job so far! Cant wait to see this finished!

Thanks bud..... the Pontiac ain't nothing special. I made a duel scooped formula Hood. But need to rebuild the rest...

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Got some paint .. I liked the inspirational pics of the yr one .. I went with transparent candy apple red. It needs to be wet sanded an another coat put on an then clear ....

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Also lowered the front about 3 mm .

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I'm gonna go with a dark tan interior an a body color 6 point roll bar...

Thanks for lookin. Davin

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Looks gorgeous in that color. Nice all on lowering the front as well. Well done, bro.

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Thanks Bro ... I just painted the interior saddle tan.

I think it will be a great combo ..

Davin

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