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More progress on the Pro Street Vega Hatchback

Making tubs for vega hatchback

Once this Vega is finished it will be streetable. You will be able to legally drive it on the road. Take it to the local car show – or out for ice cream. But don’t fool yourself – this Vega is

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Under The 33 Plymouth Coupe PD DeLuxe

  1933 Plymouth Coupe Pro Street – Browse The Build :

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Electrical Wiring — The Right Way

This last season we have wired a few cars in the shop. The ’33 Coupe Pro Street, the 1969 Camaro drag car, 72 Chevy Vega Pro Street, these all have a much more complicated wiring system than this classic ’70 Cuda pictured

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Good progress this week on the 33 Coupe

metal fabricators

Just a few quick snapshots – the ’33 Coupe is on the ground and just about ready for bodywork. Not sure what color will work best on this car — perhaps a “General Lee” look with Confederate flag on the

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How to fit 10 gallons of stuff into a 5 gallon bucket. . .

custom grill for the 33 coupe

One of the challenges with this custom car build is fitting everything into this Hot Rod and making it look good. This type of custom car build is a step-by-step process of modifying and tweaking specific areas that are unique

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We took the new 1972 chevy vega to Cherokee Raceway in Rogersville on Saturday for the first test.

iCanFab started this 1972 chevy vega project in May of this year. We stripped the entire car down to just a skin and re-built it. This vega weighs in at 2,463 lbs. Since our local racetrack Bristol Dragway is closed

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