Day 2 – Where’s the snake??

Photos from day 2 tear-down. We got pretty far along… our little friend must have got away, he was no where to be seen!


Cool fill valve

Notice the rubber hose used to reduce vibration under the stock gas tank!

1965 Version of a Fuel Cell! (Stock gas tank, inside a square galvanized steel box!)

Not too bad for day 2…

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4 Responses to Day 2 – Where’s the snake??

  1. wayne smith says:

    YOU GUYS WORK FAST ,IT WOULD HAVE TAKEN ME A WEEK TO DO WHAT YOU HAVE DONE IN 2 DAYS , GOOD JOB. I AM ENJOYING THIS MORE THAN YOU WILL EVER KNOW. WAYNE

  2. You got a neat shop there too Shaun– only you have a few more ladies in the wings to dance with, That im glad to see. We moving our car into our shop next month so I can get things done more accurately. Keep the photos rolling sir,you make the others out there jealous I bet. That car has a strong history and deep roots in the south east so do Roy justice with the car and his daughter too. See you later on the cyber net : Johnny

  3. Dadstoy says:

    Why did it race with 327 emblems on the front fenders? Are you going to repaint it the original color?
    Thanks for hosting this website so we can all enjoy the rebuild of this peice of history.

  4. Shaun says:

    It raced with 283 emblems (not 327) on the fenders in fact. The reason it did is because they bought the cheapest SS they could find on the showroom floor, tore its engine, tranny and suspension out and sold it back to the dealership for quite a bit of money I’m told! :)

    Yes painting it to its original everything including sign painter.. see tonight some new photos showing this.

    thanks for the support,

    shaun

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