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Old 06-10-2010, 05:30 PM
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Hey guys. Just wanted to pop in and post up some pictures of a project we're working on. This is a 1967 Chevelle that has a 509 BBC that we are putting a twin turbo system on, making roughly 1500HP. It is getting a Schwartz Performance full roller chassis with 14in Baer brake upgrade, Vintage Air climate controls, RideTech air ride system, BeCool radiator, TEC3 EMS among other things.

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How we got the "restored" Chevelle. Looks good right?


What media blasting uncovered was scary....






More to follow....
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Old 06-10-2010, 05:32 PM
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Full Schwartz Performance roller chassis with 509BBC mounted to it


First step in redoing the body? Smooth the firewall


Installing the street cage


A lot of the bodywork done and cage installed


Panels mounted up



To Be Continued.....
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RideTech air-ride controller


RideTech AirPod tank mounted between the rear seat and trunk


TEC3 EMS mounted under the dash


Transmission Controller


Sketch of the reservoir for the liquid intercooling system


Sketch of the LTR, aka Heat Exchanger



I do believe that is enough images for now and brings you up to date. What do you guys think?
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The last 6 are hosted at ImageShack because they were taken today and have not been uploaded to our site yet.

Just a FYI!
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Holy crap, now thats a project. Thanks for posting.

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Yeah we don't mess around over here. We do things BIG!
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WOW !!! What else can I say.
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Now that is a project....I really like the newer Camaro wheels on the early Chevelles.
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None of the wheels shown are the final wheels. Right now they're covered in padding to protect them, but I'll get pics when I can.
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Your signature says it all. Nice machine.
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