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1971 Dodge challenger

saderbaseball1145

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Got the sub frame connectors in and the torque boxes in. Mocked up all the metal. Got a few little things left then time for body and paint.
 

BSG

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hey guys there were a lot of pics there i'm searching all over for seatbelt mounting points on the rear of a 72 challenger i replaced the floor and now i can't tell where the outboards mount
 

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Just picked up a fully restored set of seats and great original door panels. I know the seat pattern is a 70 pattern but the deal was too good to pass up. The guy selling bought a fresh restored car to go crazy on custom work at a shop in San Antonio.

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Hard press to finally get this baby on the road. Engines built, 4 speeds built, rear ends built and in the car. The front hotchkis suspension is on and it’s back on 4 wheels.
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Trunk and jams done now on to final fitting and body work. Then paint and build. Will try to keep up with the progress the next couple weeks.
 

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Just read through the whole build. Nice work.

ps. The black you originally wanted to paint it came out a little bit green haha
 
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