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    Number Tew's Number Two Build

    Well, I suppose I have been neglectful of this forum for quite some time. Due to of recent events, that should change. I brought over most of my buold thread. Small back story for those who do not know me: Back story: I had a 1999 V6 that I fully rebuilt, 4.3 Stroker, Cam, Ported Heads and Intakes, etc. Fairly thorough suspension rebuild, bad ass paint job. See signature for reference. The car was gorgeous. May 25, 2013 – some chick runs a red light, and totals the car. I have other threads with this if you are interested, I do not feel like dragging that over here again. Anyhow, I bought a shell of a car, an ugly as sin 2000 V6 with a blown headgasket. I transferred my motor and all over to this new body, as well as some body panels that were salvageable or in better shape than the ones on the black car. Motor has never been the same; there is a healthy vac leak between the block and the lower. I have changed the gasket several times and nothing ever seems to work. I will be looking in the new Ford manual I bought to see if there are any steps I may have missed during those changes. The black car got a pretty immediate Maximum Motorsports update. The K-Member, A-Arms, cobra rack, so on and so forth. I just recently fitted it with a T/A and PHB setup in the rear with a built 8.8 with Ford 9” housings on the ends – the proper way to eliminate C-Clips. Basically, car is a big ugly pile with a bus load of suspension underneath with some nice parts on the outside.
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    Number Tew's Number Two Build

    I figure it's time for an update. I've had the car back for quite some time now. Today I decided to delete the hood latch, because I've been worried the cable would snap. I trust the aerocatch pins, so hopefully I won't have an issue. The passenger window decided it didn't want to go down - and before you ask, yes I did the ol beat the door SN95 trick, nothing. I pulled the motor out, took it apart and found, well, nothing. No issues. I put everything back together and it worked perfectly fine. It was the strangest thing. Had to replace the battery the other day. We are trying to get it to a point to drive it more frequently, including going to events. I need wheels and tires and racing seats and I'll be happy. I've been taking it out beating the crap out of it with no issues other than my noisy coil overs. I'm really starting to think about doing a Coyote swap.....
  3. Alright boys and girls, as I am sure you have heard through other posts, @Number Tews Boss Lady bought herself a 2018 GT.Little background:She sold the 2013 MCA, and was on the hunt for something more reliable than the Trans Am to daily drive. Though, she could have probably gone with a 1978 Yugo and been just as well, she was searching for a Boss 302, or Mach/Cobra, something of the like.She called one dealership on a red 2013 Boss, but they gave her the run around on the car. When I called, they said it was still available. When we called to schedule a drive, they said it was gone.Another red 2013 Boss, the dealership took on trade without a good inspection. They said it had too many issues for them to sell it to us (No cats, bad clutch, some sort of weird damage underneath, interior wrecked, etc.)We checked out an 04 Mach. After test driving it, I felt like something was wrong. Sure enough, they said the motor was blown and could not sell it to us.Common theme here I guess.The lot that had the Mach had a Lightning Blue 2018 GT on the lot, but marked down significantly. We inquired, and they acted weird about it. "Um, you know that cost more than the Mach you were looking at right?" - that was almost enough to make us say piss off, but, we kept at it.Test drove the car, loved it.Basically, some old man built the car out to retire in, with the black appearance package (black roof, badges) that likely would not have been ordered. He bought the car and brought it back hours later saying that he could not drive stick because of his hip, returned it and got something else. Hence, the big discount.I believe out the door it was $32k.So, here is a pic of it at the lot the day she got it:First thing we did was the clutch pedal extender. She made me do one in my 2014 as well. This helps her get the clutch pushed all the way down. It's a little weird at first but definitely makes it easier to get the clutch all the way down.We dropped the car off at a Tint World shop that is local. They did a phenomenal job by the way.Basically, we wanted the car to be protected from everything because it will live outside and the Trans Am lives in the garage. We only have two garage spots, it's only fair that we both get one The Tint shop did the following:35% on the front windows15% on the back and rear windshield70% on the front windshield - glass is already at 70% so this is basically clear, just helps to mitigate heat and protect the interior from some of the UV stuff.Paint correction over the entire carA full ceramic coat that is supposed to last 5 years.A clear "self healing" film over the front bumper, entire hood, front fenders, a pillars and half the roof. This should help with rock chips, etc.Black vinyl over the mirrors to go along with the roof.So, the car should now be much better protected from the sun and other elements. I was blown away when I saw it. Even brand new cars need paint correction, this was no exception.She has a video to post of the whole process.On the to-do list is hood struts and a delete panel for the trunk, basically just to debadge the rear.And how could I forget, an MGW shifter of course. I have one in the garage since a customer never paid for it. So, that should be done quick.Anyhow, she has the pics to post. Thanks!
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    Dalamar's 2013 RAPTOR

    So accurate, we know how he is. Mr. Compaction!
  5. She got the car back, looks pretty good. Once the paint cures we need to take it back to get that film put back on the fender
  6. Number Tew

    Merry Christmas Everyone!

    I hope you are all able to spend time with your families. And of course, I hope your families provide an innumerable amount of Mustang related gifts. Be safe!
  7. Number Tew

    Merry Christmas Everyone!

    And a big gift certificate to a hair salon! And foam gun (which came later!)
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    My Boss Lady's 2002 Trans Am Collector Edition

    So now the plan is to epoxy the dash back together, build up around the contact points, and lay a strip of fiberglass on the back side. Then we will smooth out the top where the crack is with some filler, and cover the whole thing with material, or possibly with this: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008MBVFSK/ref=psdc_15735561_t1_B07C8568D9 We have seen where some people lay upholstery foam on top, then cover with leather or vinyl. They cut out the defrost area and epoxy in a metal grille, they actually come out quite nice. Then we just need to find a way to manage the LED for the "alarm" - the fiberglass will immensely strengthen the whole unit and should prevent any future issue. The material on top would help as well. A basic walkthrough for the process is found here: https://ls1tech.com/how-tos/a/camaro-and-firebird-how-to-repair-wrap-your-dash-417995 They just don't do the fiberglass. It might be good to get material and let a shop wrap it, though I think I can tackle it.
  9. Alright so we’ve been busy doing stuff with the house, but in the interim the boss and I were on the hunt for a new addition to the garage. It’s something she’s always wanted and something I’ve been particularly interested in myself. So, the search began for a 98-02 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am WS6. We test drove a 2000, but it was a bit of a wreck and the guy refused to move on the price. He was pretty interesting. He was really excited about how clean the oil was in his car, and repeatedly pulled the dipstick and wiped it off with his fingers. Any time we would address another issue with the vehicle; be it cosmetic or something not working properly, he would return to the dipstick and point out just how clean the oil was. No problem, he didn’t need her money. The next car we looked at was a 2002 Collector Edition. These were the last Firebirds to ever roll off the factory line from what we understand. The car is in incredible shape. No cracked dash, the seats are in great shape, carpet, etc. The guy we bought it from bought it approximately a year ago, but had not ever registered it or driven it. He said he just parked it and put some Sta-Bil in there. As such, he was not necessarily aware of any issues aside from a squeak on the passenger side, but based on how clean everything was and the overall condition of the car, she knew it was the one. Bought the car, brought it home and the boss has been ecstatic. On the way home the service engine light came on. Codes PO154, PO300, PO135 and PO155. Basically O2 sensor codes, a random misfire code, and a “powertrain” code. Meh. Further inspection of the “random” misfire (using the Torque app and a Bluetooth scanner) showed that all the cylinders missed occasionally, but number six missed a LOT. So, here’s what we’ve done so far… There will be more pics to follow: This was us looking at the car. The big guy is our body who has owned about 2 dozen F-Bodies, and the Boss made an appearance. First picture I took of it in our driveway! Couple engine pics. Sorry it was dark out! So, first day I had to get to work. On the drive home (in the dark) we noticed the passenger side headlight and fog-light were out, and the pop up headlight rode up on the hood on the driver’s side so it would not open all the way. Pop ups are a huge pain but so cool at the same time. So, first thing was replacing the passenger bulbs, and then adjusting the driver’s light assembly: Yay working lights and brights!! Yay working fog lights too! All the lights need to be aimed, but right now we were looking for function first. Finesse later. The rain kept interrupting our plans. Next step was getting the brakes done. I knew there was a brake related noise and we needed to address it. I got the rotors all taped up. I usually do this and paint them black so they don’t get all rusty. In the future we can upgrade to better pads and rotors, for now we needed something on the car. You can tell it’s been sitting. Look at these weird egg things. Got the pads out; and just take a look at old to new. Every single pad was pretty much down to the metal. My guess is the guy who sold it to the guy we bought it from, did one serious burnout before selling it. That and it’s possible they were original pads at 125k. They were GONE needless to say. Here’s the brake fluid that came out. It could still probably take some more flushing, but for now I am sure what we did is better than what was in there. I will be able to do a better job with some speed bleeders in place. They were out of stock and brakes were a huge priority. While the car was up for the brakes I got under it to see just what kind of exhaust it had, because I knew it was throaty. Turns out it has long tube headers back to straight pipes. No cats, no mufflers, no resonators, just pipe. It does some weird bendy stuff by the axle but I guess that is probably normal on these cars. WOOT! Next I went ahead and got the fuel filter changed. Figured I couldn’t go wrong with an AC Delco filter, and it probably needed some love: This is the fuel from the filter. NICE! Next on the agenda were the spark plugs. I have always heard the old fable of how terribly impossible these plugs are to do. I guess not having EGR and having LT headers made it really easy? I am not sure. The plugs were a breeze, did the first 7 from the top and number 8 from the bottom. The ones that came out were Autolite Iridiums. Well, seven of them were. Number 8 (the one everyone cries about) was a factory AC Delco. NICE! All of the plugs were gapped over 60, besides the AC Delco which was at 40. I put NGK TR5 plugs in and they were all gapped at 40 and I used an untold amount of ant seize. Some pics: I am not an expert on reading spark plugs, but they all looked about the same. I think it’s probably running well? None of the wires appeared to be burned through or anything, which is a plus! MSD wires will be going on when they get here with some dielectric grease. Getting the old wires off was not easy, so that should help. Next on the agenda are the O2 sensors. I ordered Denso sensors because that is apparently all the AC Delco sensors are. We ordered O2 extensions just in case the new sensors are not long enough for the headers. Someone put in sensors with about 18 feet of cable and it’s all bundled up under the car. No thanks. I will also be doing an oil change and adding a Fumoto valve on the pan to preserve the threads and make oil changes even easier. Hopefully all of these little things will clear up the codes and make it so I feel comfortable with her out driving around reliably! Hoping to have it on the rollers this weekend at a car show to see what it puts down! Future plans: Probably keeping it mostly stock because it is the collector’s edition, but we can play that by ear. Tie rods will probably go soon. It would not surprise me if the clutch is going to need an overhaul soon. If it does, we may let someone rebuild the T56 and beef it up a bit. The passenger window motor is on its way out, but that’s a huge issue with these cars so I expect that. I discovered today that the door key holes are not the same as the ignition, we will need to either re-key them all the same, or at least get door keys for when the remote does not cooperate. The speakers are pretty much blown. Eventually we will probably just replace them, no crazy system or anything. So, that’s where we’re at. Hope you guys like it!
  10. Well, to be fair, that's a few thousand dollars worth of damage. For a few thousand dollars you can do a pretty good bottom end build
  11. Yea, she might come in and post pics. She has all of them. Luckily she has a dash cam, you very clearly see this other lady just encroach into her lane, and she had nowhere to go.
  12. Number Tew

    Dalamar's 2013 RAPTOR

    Dude all this stuff looks so great!
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    Number Tew's First House Build Thread

    I heard Mad Max was a really good one, especially from an Atmos perspective. I bought John Wick 2 the other night but have not been able to watch it just yet. I am bad about not wanting to watch movies over again so I doubt I will buy Ready Player One just to hear Atmos lol. You probably have a similar receiver to mine then
  14. Alright, so as many of you know, I closed on my first house on June 19. @Number Tews Boss Ladyalso paid her car off on the same day, and will be coming to grace me with her presence!! Anyhow, found this house on the other side of town, about 30 mins from where I have lived all my life. The area is pretty nice, and it had a garage and they were not asking an outrageous price. Major pros: Brand new roof New carpet New paint inside and out New garage door/opener Cons: A/C - has to stay on almost all the time to keep the house remotely cool, it runs and runs and the temperature steadily rises. A/C techs estimated it to be a 6 SEER unit. By comparison, in my area you cannot buy anything less than a 14 SEER. On average, every SEER you increase will save approximately $25-$30 per month in energy; with that math this could save $200 monthly. Several A/C guys gave me that number. Water heater is old Water softener system is old and needs to be bypassed/removed or replaced Trees need to go Concrete porch needs to be removed and replaced Front lawn is toast There is an HOA in this neighborhood; however they are very lax from what I can tall. You will notice a lack of grass in the area. My realtor and I were out looking at houses, the first place I made an offer on went with a higher offer, so we were out looking around again. This ad happened to pop out while we were already out anyhow. We went over there and I made an offer that night with a few contingencies and they accepted. So, all the fun paperwork stuff in between and here we are. Anyhow, I will post up the pics from the ad, and then go into some of what we have done so far: Alright, so as you may notice, the previous owners LOVE almond colored power stuff. I hate it. Decided that would be something I would do right away. I found out, this house has a lot of outlets and switches. We went with white throughout the house and stainless with black insert (switch/receptacle) in the kitchen. I am getting really good at these though and learning quite a bit. I have made a few mistakes along the way (3-pole switch, switched outlets) but it’s not too bad. Some of the stuff in the kitchen was more difficult mostly from the PO doing a pretty poor job on the tile work on the counters and then the metal plates are not nearly as forgiving as plastic. Anyhow: As far I can tell, the fridge and stove are new, as well as the vent over the stove. The dishwasher here is recalled by GE, they are offering $150 to get a new GE, so we found a really nice stainless one on sale until the middle of July. I will probably be jumping on it because the recall is for a fire hazard. No thanks. Sorry some of these are so blurry! Alright, this was mine and my father’s first good day to work on the house. He was pressure washing while I mowed. I know it looks like mostly dirt but the weeds got tall while waiting for the closing and such. He pressure washed the whole driveway, front walk area, garage and the sidewalks. I made that giant pile. The person who lives behind me has some vines that were taking over the fence and growing over my shed. I took care of that and got rid of most of the already downed palm leaves. There is still a lot to be done in the yard. Since we can see the mail box here, let’s talk about it. Of course it is an old crusty metal box. There are a few bottle rockets inside it where kids lit them off at some point. Hopefully I do not have that issue with the new box you will see later! As you can see in the garage, they did not want to do the pipes correctly for the water heater, so they put it up on pavers. It was worse than this but I was able to remove the other 4 pavers. This will be corrected soon. The busted up pad I mentioned earlier is here. I need to get rid of some of the oaks to prevent them from causing this again. After mowing, there’s my little shed. I want to add a secondary one to use more for regular storage and use that shed for lawn stuff. All of this needs to go! Side of the house; note the damage to the siding. I want to fix that ASAP. The garage all cleared out for paint. I used the Rustoleum Rock Hard (I think) garage floor stuff. It says 20x stronger than epoxy. We’ll see. This is the yard cat, he wants to help. Right after painting…the product comes with 2 bags of the solution, so you get two goes at it. Basically, when I did the first bag I was trying to get all of the detail stuff knocked out, all of the sides/etc. Then my roller handle snapped so I had to do the rest on my hands/knees. I ended up running out of time (about 45 min work time) with a large amount of product still left in the bag. This meant I was a little thin on the second bag, unfortunately again. I also spilled some of the first bag by the water heater, so that’s where all that sloppiness happened. The edges came out nice and slick and glossy, the center part is just not thick enough to do the gloss. I may go back later, hit the middle with a sander and pop a second coat on it. It’s still better protected than bare concrete as is though. Next few pics are of the lock boxes. I gave the selling realtor more than a week to come remove his boxes, which I thought was ample time. My realtor told me to just go ahead and take care of them because he was not making the effort to come get them. So: Alright so the following are some more shots of the inside. I have also taken some close-ups of the current outlets. Most of them look similar to what I post, so I think you will understand why I need to change all of them. Anyhow: Too lazy to screw the switches to the box…Just put the plate on, that’ll be nice. Almond with blue receptacles; I swear Ray Charles bought their first batch of receptacles. The back room is an addition, so with that comes some of its own issues. I will say they did an excellent job on it but it probably needs some additional insulation and such. While doing the outlets in this room, I found all of these little dead baby wasps when I pulled the plate off. Neat. Hopefully it’s sealed better now! Here is how the outlets in the kitchen turned out. I will get more pics once it’s all back together. Kristin and I modded this mirror years ago. We stuffed a metal plate behind it so it can take magnets, we also made it to write on with markers. Really happy to finally have it hanging back up again! She helped me a great deal getting it up and mostly centered. Some of the measurements would have been in the 32nds, not worth getting that sharp for a mirror! Anyhow, that’s it so far. Right now Westbrook is set to come out next Wednesday, July 5 to do the air conditioner. It is currently a 2 ton unit for about 1400 square feet, they will be going with a 2.5 ton 14 SEER unit like I mentioned earlier. At the same time they will be doing a hybrid heat pump water heater. They cost more up front but cost significantly less to run. They take the ambient air and use it to heat the water, and the best part is they expel cold air! So it air conditions the garage! I will likely blow in some insulation in the attic because it has slim to none, but it might have to wait a bit. I sleep during the day so a healthy air conditioner is very important. I ordered everything to run low voltage Cat6 through the walls so I have wired connections for every room in the house. I will also be running speaker wire for surround through the walls to have a nice clean speaker installation. I am excited to knock that project out! Anyhow, thanks for looking, even though it's no @Prokiller. There is more to come!
  15. Well, no issues as of yet! Besides being side swiped of course
  16. Number Tew

    Merry Christmas Everyone!

    The boss got me a book called "How to talk with your cats about gun safety" I must admit, it's quite funny. And despite some of the over the top sort of patriotism jokes, the info is not bad if you replace cats with kids lol. Also got a big "Mustang Evolution" five piece cohesive picture thingy. We have to get it framed and hung up.
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    Number Tew's First House Build Thread

    Okay so brief update; it’s been a productive weekend! First, just some quick pics of the next big project I plan to tackle. The space is about 12’x19’ – I want to bust up the old slab and pour a new one, then build a screened in porch. I may have someone lined up who can do the work at a very reasonable cost! Anyhow, I never really documented this crappy side of the house, so: The shed is up! Next on the list, the ramp for the shed (as opposed to the plywood laid up on some pavers I had before). I had some spare decking material left over which makes for a nice sturdy unit. And I know what you’re thinking “Um, you’re not centered to the door.” Yes, I know. I put shelving in on the right hand side. The shelves stick out to where the ramp starts. Having a ramp to drive into the shelves just did not make any sense. Now my little mower can feel like a king ramping in and out of this shed! I hung up the all-important garage television! The plan is to hook the laptop up out there when we’re working on varying projects. A Youtube machine for all intents and purposes. I might put a Fire stick out there as well, mostly for music. Now, onto one of the bigger updates!! I had someone give me a hand, because I was not comfortable cutting 8 inch holes in my ceilings. Anyhow: So, I know it’s probably hard to tell, but the speakers are angled, to account for the 10* angle in the ceiling. This way they are pointed about straight down, like they should be for Atmos. I got the Atmos processing all setup on the receiver, but have yet to watch anything in Atmos. I was hunting Walmart’s movie collection the other day, but they had slim pickings on Atmos material. From what I read, some good titles are supposed to be: Deadpool (1 and 2) Fifth Element Mad Max If anyone has Atmos that knows “You need to watch this!” say so. Anyhow, I also rearranged the front speakers a bit, to be more conducive to the end goal: [url=https://flic.kr/p/RAEuwq][img]https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4816/32553752708_9989d67bc4_b.jpg[/img][/url] Understanding that they might be hard to see there: [url=https://flic.kr/p/2aZfgzw][img]https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4813/44623727700_6fb8bb3f56_b.jpg[/img][/url] Thanks for looking!
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    Shadow's Build 1993 Notch

    Good stuff bud!
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    Number Tew's First House Build Thread

    Time for a house update! We finally got around to doing some shelves in the guest bathroom. Prior to these shelves we just had one of those rack shelves designed to go over the toilet. Obviously, way clunkier than this – overall it added room for storage, and gave a much cleaner look. Unfortunately I don’t have a before shot. Monoprice had some good deals on television mounts on Black Friday, so I ordered one for the bedroom and one for the garage. I got around to hanging up the bedroom TV. I still might raise it up some, but here it is. The one in the garage should be up soon, which will be great for working on cars! Next step, was to get the shed off of our porch! As some may recall, I struck our old shed with a tree, and it had been needing to go for quite some time. So: The shed is 8X10 – so we built a 12X12 platform to have some “porch” space around it for storage. Overall size is bigger than the old one, and there is room to stand up straight which is a plus! The dog wanted to check out this new stage! The shed is up I just don’t have any finished pictures. It’s one of those Lifetime plastic deals. Should more than suffice for what I need it for….storage. Thanks for looking!
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    My Boss Lady's 2002 Trans Am Collector Edition

    Not much of an update, but I took the car to get the Sinister boxed subframe connectors installed the other day. Fairly straightforward installation, and they really beef up the mounting point for the front of the rear lower control arm. We’ve not really driven the car enough to notice a big difference, but I’d like to think it handles better. The ride seems less jarring, but that will probably get much better with new shocks and springs. Either way, I’m happy to have a great place to jack the car up the whole way down either side of the car! Anyhow, just a couple shots of it on the lift. Will try to get better pictures later (when I install the lowering springs). Thanks for looking!
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    Welcome To SN95Source.com: 95StangLife

    Welcome aboard!
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    My Boss Lady's 2002 Trans Am Collector Edition

    Alright so it’s time for a little update. To start with, I will point out how I screwed up doing those little T-Top Bar “seals:” I managed to get both of the pieces fairly well straightened out. For those who do not know, these pieces are very difficult (read: impossible) to find and have not been in production for a number of years. The only real option is a junk yard and hoping for the best. I was short on time to go hunt, so I wanted to make these work. All was going well until I went to put them on, with no reference. And like a total idiot, I glued them down and folded them over. Not only is the flip wrong, but I also glued the front to the back and vice versa, expecting that this piece could go either way. These pieces do go on with super glue for anyone wondering what adhesive to use on theirs. So, with much wailing and gnashing of teeth, I managed to undo my blunder, and get the pieces on correctly/better than they were before. While I had the bar out, I did shoot a little bit of RTV in the front gap near the windshield. If it does absolutely nothing, great, it’s hidden. If it helps prevent any leaks, great, I hate leaks. Win-win unless I’m told the car will fall apart with it there or something (knowing my luck!) If you decide to tackle this job, make sure to put some sealant in the screw holes/on the screws as well when setting it back down. I have not checked for leaks since the repair, but I am confident the sealant is much better than what was there. Anyways: Front Rear They probably got a little disfigured from the heat, but overall better than they were, by a long shot. And now there are close up shots of those pieces on the car, which I had a very difficult time finding any when I was hunting (which is why I made my initial blunder!) Next on the list was re-making some vapor barriers. I will admit, I sort of rushed through this in a day. They could probably be better, and I will probably make some changes in the future. I ultimately used some 4-mil plastic doubled over (so 8-mil) and double sided tape, in more or less the same pattern the original followed. But first! I bought a laminate roller to use to roll down all of the sound deadening material: It worked fairly well; obviously it gets tight trying to roll inside the door. Overall I think it made it a bit better than not having it. So after that I put it all back together, and all seems fine. I have noticed the door seems slightly more difficult to shut since the window adjustment. I am not sure if this is wrong, or if I just made it seal really well. I will say, you don’t have to “Slam” the door, but you need to mean it when you shut it. You can close it softly then push the door in though, which is what I typically do anyways. That said, I had the whole fleet out while I was cleaning up some stuff in the garage so: Thanks for looking! I am hoping to have it lowered with subframe connectors installed in the next couple weeks. I am tired of those parts and the shocks taking up space in the garage!
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    Det_Riot's Sexual Teal Whale Cannon Resurrection

    Make sure to post babbling. I pretty much NEVER watch videos lol
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    Det_Riot's Sexual Teal Whale Cannon Resurrection

    Damn that's awesome! I wish I would have found the car before you, since it's where the boss lady's mom lives! Supercharge the 18 and coyote the 2000. But, you'll take better pics and stuff along the way lol
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