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> My vintage race project, yes... my first pictures are included
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post Aug 25 2020, 11:58 AM
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Got the engine in. The suspension on. And just finished corner balance:


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post Aug 26 2020, 05:18 PM
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Just stumbled on to this and was captivated - thank you, Brant!

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1825 lbs is pretty amazing.

Would love to get my car on a diet to shed 100 lbs

The main issue is that when I was younger I did that by dumping all NVH treatments, heat exchanger shells, etc., but now I'm older and want a quieter more cofortable car.

This thread has lots of great ideas in the post about light weighting - need to see what I can incorporate to my street car.

Unfortunately 2.4L six currently planned will be a net negative to weight and will need offsets.



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1825 lbs is pretty amazing.

Thanks. It was a lot of work




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Runs and mostly broke in
I’m going to do a winter service. But after that looking forward to some covid free road trips.

Possibly Road America this year
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