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    attached are the before pictures of my 1959 i have been modifying it for awhile now. All stock parts have been removed and stored.

    BEFORE

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    well here are the during pictures motor and body the motor has the stock block with eldebrock polish aluminum manifold and polished eldebrock 600cfm 4bbl. with HEI distributor 327 camal hump head with the large ports.chrome alternator

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    now the body well lets say its been redone end to end and bottom to top

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    Will have the finished pictures this afternoon with a new paint job etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertog View Post
    Will have the finished pictures this afternoon with a new paint job etc.
    Wow- can't wait to see them!
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    My 1959 painted 2003 corvette torch red with 17x7.5 foose legends with falken 215 45 17's on front and 17x8.5 foose legends with falken 245 45 17's on rear flowmaster exhaust just makes it sound just right have a nice summer guys I will

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    The purists are gonna cringe, but I beat it looks stunning in the richer red. Enjoy your (new) ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robertog View Post
    My 1959 painted 2003 corvette torch red with 17x7.5 foose legends with falken 215 45 17's on front and 17x8.5 foose legends with falken 245 45 17's on rear flowmaster exhaust just makes it sound just right have a nice summer guys I will


    Looking good Robert! I'm sure you'll have a great summer yourself.
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    Looks great and that Torch Red is what the factory should have done. Thanks for sharing the pictures.

    Gerry

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    Robertog, Looks very nice. I can't wait to get mine painted.Ace

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