1987 Cutlass Build

69hurstolds

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Seeing those it makes more sense how they work now. This car will have a minimum of a single 3 inch exhaust, if i can find room for 4 inches i will. That might have a little clearance issue for those braces
They make a fix for that. Although for some reason nobody ever takes my advice on this...

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84dragcutlass

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Ooook so much life slowing down progress, which isn't always a bad thing. Between home remodel and work and my sons car I haven't gotten a lot done on my car however I did get the nose mounted to get a good look at the complete front clip for the first time in a long time. I need to get a picture of that. Finished the front bumper getting it put back together. As for the engine I had to unfortunately set it aside for my truck for the time being. A misfire from a bad injector had some bad effects to a piston so I need to swap them. So the temporary engine will go to a 383 stroker. That's at the machine shop currently getting its forged rotating assembly. Too much going on to build more engines at the moment. Hopefully will be posting pictures soon
 
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