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Vette bodied late model
Topic Started: Sep 19 2013, 04:31 PM (895 Views)
supergluek5
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Modellers,

Here's my build based on photos of Vette bodied dirt late models before the Wedge bodied era. Hall of Famer Jerry Inmon had one, and a local driver Randy Sellars had one at the local track and I've seen others from across the country.

Alot of scratch building went into this: chassis bars, interior cage, interior tin, front and rear spoiler, fuel cell, 180 degree headers, front shocks, and wired the engine.

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Thanks for looking
Supergluek5
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carl
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:))) B) :))) :)))
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:))) :))) :)))
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Now this looks great. B) :))) jsm
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john54
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Very nice craftsmanship on this. You are the first person that I have seen to build a car like this from that time period.
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B) :))) :)))
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B) Build :))) :))) :)))
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Nice build mike.
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t-man
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That is very neat great job I have never seen anything like that fant
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saw a few in my NDRA years. Very cool build! Jerry Inmon had one of the first ones. Harry Glass built the bodies. They were pretty popular for about 2 years.
I miss the orignal NDRA "rockem sockem travelin sideways dirt show"
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this looks so right!, the sponsor, Pasty's roasted chicken, makes me hungry, tom
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Good job on all the fab work, it turn out great! :)))
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Hard to make these look right and you certainly did Mike! Super looking Corvette! - David
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