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mega



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Age : 36
Location : Hyannis, ma

PostSubject: The L99 Project   Wed Nov 02, 2011 6:53 am

Well I finally decided to put up my progress of the L99. I was given the car summer of 2010 and she didnt run at all. Replaced fuel filter and did a tune up and she fired right up.Also replaced the egr, icm, coil, water pump seal kit, fuel pump, sending unit. so the mods began....

this is her when i got it. minus the 3 wire hubcaps.



First to go was home plate then first base.




after a a/c compressor failure I decided to delete the a/c



Decided to remove the tails and clean them up and paint the ribs black.( didn't know Impalas were like that lol.)



next I removed all the trim on the car. did a air pump delete.





new center link, idler arm, tie rods



next was to fix the nasty rear deck. thanks Tim for tha parts.




Now for the biggest mod to date, 86 Camaro highbacks. They took a bit of work to get them in but there in.


headlight covers.


got a nice set of radie wheels and new tires, thanks paul. but had to black em out.


polished up the fuel rails a bit


Wells thats the beast to date. also re dyed the rear seat and door panels and carpet. Many more mods to come.
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PostSubject: Re: The L99 Project   Wed Nov 02, 2011 8:46 am

could be an LT1 project, im parting out that 94 roadmaster. El-Tee-Wan....he's a powerful Jedi indeed!!!
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PostSubject: Re: The L99 Project   Wed Nov 02, 2011 10:39 am

Ironfistdog wrote:
could be an LT1 project, im parting out that 94 roadmaster. El-Tee-Wan....he's a powerful Jedi indeed!!!

lol in deed someday after i put all the lt1 goodies on this one and blow it up lol.
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