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2010 version/build on '68 GTX

 
chassismannz chassismannz
New User | Posts: 9 | Joined: 10/10
Posted: 10/04/10
12:23 AM

Hi there,
anyone out there made a one piece front side glass?working on glass mould,however am curious on how i should finish and seal the front corner?
Terry..  

chassismannz chassismannz
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Posted: 10/04/10
01:13 AM

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chassismannz chassismannz
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Posted: 10/06/10
10:19 PM

Imgp1817x
sorry,i'm a welder,damn computer! Confused  

Budnicks Budnicks
Guru | Posts: 1497 | Joined: 08/10
Posted: 10/06/10
10:39 PM

Chassimannzn I would use some rubber just like the seal on top of your windows on a hard top same principle I think, I did this on a 67 Camero I built years many ago. Realy like the look I have a 68 RR and think it cleans up the line nicely hope it works out for you, keep us posted, ps I know about that compter comment,I like the convienance but hat them some times just the same, Budnicks  
"Fill Your Library Before You Fill Your Garage" Good Luck  "Budnicks"

chassismannz chassismannz
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Posted: 10/15/10
12:00 AM

Thank Budnicks,'68 Camaro rubberware worked,(so far),car belongs to customer,more pics to follow,
Terry..  

chassismannz chassismannz
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Posted: 10/15/10
01:35 AM

Imgp1826  

chassismannz chassismannz
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Posted: 10/15/10
01:54 AM

Imgp1828  

Budnicks Budnicks
Guru | Posts: 1497 | Joined: 08/10
Posted: 10/15/10
11:13 AM

Chassismannzs, Verry nice metalfab work like the Viper engine, Glad the trick helped I had to try several different styles before I found the most logical one "go figure" my biggist hurdle was the front window track but small U channel (don't remember the size)& some window garnish cured that, keep us posted I'm sure I'm not the only one interested looks verry trick, Budnicks  
"Fill Your Library Before You Fill Your Garage" Good Luck  "Budnicks"

MuuMuu101 MuuMuu101
User | Posts: 140 | Joined: 06/10
Posted: 10/15/10
04:14 PM

What did you have to do with regards to the drivetrain and suspension to get that Viper Engine to fit and run? In other words, what parts did you use and how did you fit them on?  
You can't plan a budget for a restoration if you have no money to budget.

chassismannz chassismannz
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Posted: 10/16/10
12:37 AM

was all done 'in house',based loosely on the sickfish build,the Viper/6 speed is ex Ram,required fabbed pan,major work was lower firewall/trans tunnel,
thanks Terry..  

chassismannz chassismannz
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Posted: 10/16/10
12:58 AM

Imgp18321,image may be to big???duh!!!  

chassismannz chassismannz
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Posted: 10/16/10
01:15 AM

Imgp1832o  

Seethrough Seethrough
New User | Posts: 1 | Joined: 08/13
Posted: 08/07/13
09:54 PM

Fabulous work!  I just joined the forum looking for info on doing the Viper engine in a GTX and stumbled onto this.  Did you make the headers as well?  What are you doing with the thermostat housing - looks like you cut the front half off?