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    1975 vega in the starting process











    Edited by chevguy65 :wink:

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    If you think nobody cares, try missing a payment...

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    I LIKE IT!!!!! 8)

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    nice, but you are going to have to stretch that front end a lot to get the front tires there
    Vegas seem to be becoming popular again....
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    very nice start looking good.
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    Looks good ashtrack!!!!

    I like Big V8's in them lil ole Vegas!!!!!!!

    Way Cool 8)

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    NICE LOOKING CAR !!!ENJOY IT!!!--LIVELY------BOY OH BOY , I JUST KEEP DOING THIS ops: ops: ops:

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    Thanks guys. Its along time coming but i am sure in the end it will be well worth it. Just waiting on my chassis guy so we can start the process. It will be a street piece with ample time at the track which is 10 mins from the homestead. 496 BBC pump gas about 700 horses with transbraked PG 5500 stall with 4:56's. those meats on the back are 22.00x33's with 24x15 up front.The ones in the pic are the old ones i cut out the frame. Hoping for somewhere in the 9.70's or so. As soon as the frame build starts i will post pics of the progress. Thanks for the comments and hope to post some soon :wink:

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    My old Vega

    This is my old 72 Vega.Traded a few years ago.Love them.Nice car you got there.[img][/img][img][/img]

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