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Unread 08-02-2010, 07:16 PM
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Default JCG Restoration & Customs Project Blu Balz

Some of you might recognize this 68 Camaro.. Tylers former 68 Camaro daily driver! The new owner wanted to do a couple of changes before I ship it out to the East Coast!!




Here are some minor changes that we are planing on this little 68!




Here is a small list of what we got planned..
DSE sub-frame
DSE Quadra link
remote canister DSE shocks
DSE sub-frame connectors
9 inch Ford
Magnum T56
LS7 with Katech Torquer cam
DSE stainless headers
AutoRad Radiator support
JCG Billet components
Vinatge Air
Forgeline wheels
Nitto tires 335-30-19 & 275-35-18
Wiwood Brakes
DSE M/C & booster

& much more on the list that I can't remember @ this time!

Here is where we are today.. all the DSE suspension on the car..





Here is a pic of the LS7 with the DSE headers.. Luv these headers!

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I'm diggin it..
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UM............ Cris that don't look minor to me!!! But it sure looks dam good ...
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That going to be one killer ride.
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glad to see the "Minor" changes are budget friendly.

Looks to be another great ride.
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Those header are sweet! The parts list is top notch...
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Cris.... Can I tell ya sumpthin'? LOL

Nice Camaro... great rendering... and we know you do great work!

Those headers are SWEET!

Okay - big question.... does the car HAVE to match Tylers hair?
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Greg- you are to much! I didn't even think about the color matching Tylers hair..

Okay - big question.... does the car HAVE to match Tylers hair?[/quote]
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Sick rendering. Love it.
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What did you do to get the oil fill cap to sit down low on the valve cover? That piece looks really nice (and so does a lot of the other stuff). I really don't like the stock piece with the cover removed and want something similar for my LS2. Thanks.
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