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Blu '67 coupe project is back on!

blu67

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Randall’s Rack installed. Just need to connect steering column, add brakes and some temp wheels and she’s ready to ship!



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blu67

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She’s on the ground!!....well, the front half is. Took the long way home during a business trip and had a day to work on the car. One of the El cheapo tires wouldn’t hold air anymore so we need a used tire thrown on in order to get all four to touch the floor.
Installed the Wilwood brakes at all four corners, loaded up the 5.0 block, finished up the front suspension and loaded up the interior with parts coming home. A missing column mount bracket and a new coupler for the Ididit column need to be ordered then she will steer.
We didn’t mount the calipers as they are 15” wheels and the Wilwoods require at least a 17”. It’s fine for now. I’ll get them on here in CA. I figure I’ll have her on a trailer within weeks and headed home!!



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Dne'

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OMG! I love those rotors! Do they stay black even after braking? Engine compartment is squeaky clean~ love it!! I'm excited for you!;)
 

blu67

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OMG! I love those rotors! Do they stay black even after braking? Engine compartment is squeaky clean~ love it!! I'm excited for you!;)
Thanks, Dne’! Found out that Wilwood e-coats all of their drilled rotors to help prevent damage I guess during installation. The black will come off during braking.


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blu67

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Is that a new rear housing or stock. * or 9 inch? Also love the brakes!
It’s a new 9” from Currie. I had the housing powder coated. It came with some monstrous brake drums which I intend to sell.


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