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1 hour ago, JohnD1956 said:

The seats too?  No padding?  Looks like a rough ride on the human hides.  

Seats as well. They might not look comfy but they are formed perfectly and not too bad on the butt at all. I've put a few miles in them. I have everything set up perfectly for me. 

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On 1/28/2021 at 4:00 PM, TheHotRodBuick said:

Seats as well. They might not look comfy but they are formed perfectly and not too bad on the butt at all. I've put a few miles in them. I have everything set up perfectly for me. 

Do like the guys who sat in bomber seats while flying those missions over Germany in WWII. Sit on a parachute.

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Lots of great work there!

Did all the body framing (wood) need replacement? If so, what did you use?

Did you drop the front axle or did you get all the drop with the frame Z?

 

Curious because I'm headed down a similar path with my Pontiac...

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11 hours ago, 95Cardinal said:

Lots of great work there!

Did all the body framing (wood) need replacement? If so, what did you use?

Did you drop the front axle or did you get all the drop with the frame Z?

 

Curious because I'm headed down a similar path with my Pontiac...

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The wood in mine was pretty solid all around . The wood was left in the door frames and pillars but removed from around the back end of the car. 

The car runs a Speedway Motors 4" drop round tube axle to get the front low. 

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