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To run the exhaust, we dipped them under the frame rails and then through the crossmember.
Here's the bazooka tips Bill gave us to put on.
To give this coupe more of an original look, we're going to put a lip around the cowl.
Here it is after it's been rounded off.
A good view of the side.
Over in the chassis shop, the exhaust is being run. Here's the bazooka tips poking out from under the fuel tank.
Here's at look at the snaking we have to do to run exhaust on these cars.
The body is ready for a final coat of primer.
The body is all primed.
Here's a better look at the lip we formed, after priming.
The body is almost ready for a final coat of primer.
All primered up now and ready for paint.
The body parts are the first thing to get painted.
Here's one of the doors freshly painted.
The body has been painted and the wet sanding begins.
The wet sanding is completed and the body is ready to be set on the frame.
The body is on the rack and the chassis is rolled under it.
Now we'll move it back over to the paint shop.
The next step will be to assemble the front end so we can lay out the flames.
To lay out the flames, we reinstalled the hood and hood sides.
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