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Old 28th-August-2019, 06:54 PM   #1
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napa2u - 1967 Nova SS Clone

napa2u - 1967 Chevy SS clone

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Year: 1967

Model: chevy ii

Engine: 350

Body/Exterior: 2 door hardtop

Front End: standard, soon to have a TCI front in clip

Transmission: 4 speed muncie

Rear End: don't know

Exhaust:

Wheels/Tires: rally wheels

Interior: planning on cloning to 67 SS specs ( been collecting parts)

Electrical:

Accessories/Options:

Sound system:

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Old 28th-August-2019, 06:58 PM   #2
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my chevy

well, I've been on and off this site for years but after 7 years i'm finally starting the restoration. I'm starting with the floor pans. I've taken some pics and haven't learned yet how to post them. (what a nerd) . Anyway, any words of wisdom, help, encouragemt would be greatly appreciated
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Old 30th-August-2019, 09:23 AM   #3
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Add the pictures using the paper clip in the header box. Take a picture then resize it using the edit tool, make the file smaller then save it. Next go to your post, pick the paperclip and pick the picture you resized from your photos and upload it to this site. Hope that helps. Also lots of people have had interuptions in their projects so as long as you can keep the car safe and sound it will be there. Put it on your bucket list and that may help you make it a priority.
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Old 31st-August-2019, 01:28 PM   #4
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good advice Brooksey...........thanks!!!!
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Old 16th-September-2019, 01:05 PM   #5
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Awesome, I've been trying to figure out how to post pictures also. Looking forward to seeing your ride. Thanks!
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