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New Project! 1968 Volvo P1800 "Bullwinkle"

guruatbol

Always on vacation!
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68EFIvert

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What radar jammer/detector are you going with? I want to put one in the Shelby.


Mel

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I am working with Musicar Northwest in Portland, OR for that. We will be using an Escort Max CI paired up with AntiLaser Priority jammers. It will all be built into the car including the control module. It will not be mounted on the windshield.




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68EFIvert

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The car is in the skim coat of filler and blocking out stage now. Not really interesting to post pictures but I did get some pretty cool news. My body guy seems to think we may be able to get it into the BASF booth for SEMA 2020. It would be such an honor to have this thing parked next to a Chip Foose car next year. Wow!!

Another piece of good news is that the glass should be done in the next 2-3 weeks. Just in time for checking the fit before paint. Fesler is coming through for me. Thanks Chris.

For now, just need to get this thing painted then assembled.


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B67FSTB

The NorCal dude from Belgium
The Volvo is progressing nicely. They have started working on the gaps, the prancing moose for the air intake is done and the license plate frame that holds the radar/jammers is about to be made. I am also picking out the leather samples.

I want to get some opinions about the rear license plate frame. What font style do you prefer. I plan on naming the car Bullwinkle.



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I missed this thread but want to give an european comment. I like the first frame , the "writen" bullwinkle cause its handwriten and the car is handmade.
BUT I would change the "ferrari" shield around the moose . My opinion.
 
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