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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Thu Oct 03, 2013 6:41 pm

Body shop is finished...car has been wet sanded and buffed. Going to pick her up tomorrow morning!


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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Fri Oct 04, 2013 8:32 am

Sweet!

So, when is Brian putting in the cage?
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Fri Oct 04, 2013 8:35 am

looks good! now get that ls power back in !
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Fri Oct 04, 2013 3:24 pm

V8Killer wrote:
Sweet!

So, when is Brian putting in the cage?
Hes not LOL. If I end up deciding to cage it, Mike Robinson will be doing it...but I think I am going to keep it street friendly for now.

96slowss wrote:
looks good! now get that ls power back in !
Working on it man!
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Fri Oct 04, 2013 9:34 pm

bfurches wrote:
V8Killer wrote:
Sweet!

So, when is Brian putting in the cage?
Hes not LOL. If I end up deciding to cage it, Mike Robinson will be doing it...but I think I am going to keep it street friendly for now.

96slowss wrote:
looks good! now get that ls power back in !
Working on it man!

DUDE! I get to see the build in TWO forums now!!!cheers lol! 
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Fri Oct 04, 2013 10:27 pm

tonyc712000 wrote:
bfurches wrote:
V8Killer wrote:
Sweet!

So, when is Brian putting in the cage?
Hes not LOL. If I end up deciding to cage it, Mike Robinson will be doing it...but I think I am going to keep it street friendly for now.

96slowss wrote:
looks good! now get that ls power back in !
Working on it man!
DUDE! I get to see the build in TWO forums now!!!cheers lol! 
haha, stop by the shop and see it in person!
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Sun Oct 06, 2013 10:33 pm

Did I mention that I hate you? Like a Star @ heaven 







UGH That thing looks great. Kidding about the hate BTW! Just jealous...ya bastid!
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Fri Oct 11, 2013 10:03 pm

Car has been back from the body shop for about a week now, and everything came out pretty good. I really love the color...




There was a lot of over-spray in the engine bay, so I spent the little bit of time I had this week on that. I got it all cleaned up, masked and painted. In the end, I brought the engine bay paint high enough on the fender to add a little pin-stripe. I think it brakes everything up nicely. I took some time to make a new heater delete panel as well (the old one had a bunch of holes in it from the various motors over the past few years).







Intercooler and charge pipe kit came in as well. I went with a 31x12x3 same side setup (mainly because of the way I want to plumb the kit). I had to cut down the outlet on the end-tank to clear the headlight bucket, but no big deal.





Tomorrow should be the big day. I plan on getting the motor back into the car. If I can find the time, I would love to mount the cooler and start building the cold side as well, but I am still waiting on the intake to arrive.

Regardless...making some headway. Maybe one pass this year isn't out of the question just yet.
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Sat Oct 12, 2013 1:48 am

Great progress!!!

I like the pinstripe idea!
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Sat Oct 12, 2013 1:54 pm

looking good! cant wait to see the motor sitting in the engine bay..
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Sat Oct 12, 2013 11:20 pm

96slowss wrote:
looking good! cant wait to see the motor sitting in the engine bay..
Sure...here ya go!



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First off, quick thanks to Justin for stopping by today. We didn't get much done while he was over, but he threw around some ideas that helped me out!

Moving on....as I am sure you gathered from the photo above....engine is in the bay!
....However....it was not without incident! I have clearance issues with the brake booster and steering column that I am trying to correct.





You can sorta get an idea of the clearance issues here...




Plenty of room on the other side however!




After the motor was in place, I test fit the intercooler some more. I really like the core in the upper grill area even though its not 100% centered (due to the end tank configuration).



Ended up fabricating a shelf (similar to my turbo support) for the intercooler to rest on. Ended up working out awesome! (thanks Justin)





I scored a sweet deal on a Summit (Northern) radiator. It is a full sizer that I was originally attempting to stay away from....but it JUST clears LOL






Fan will be mounted in-between the cooler and the rad to keep the clean lookign engine bay. I am so stoked with the way this thing is coming together!







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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Sat Oct 12, 2013 11:42 pm

bfurches wrote:
96slowss wrote:
looking good! cant wait to see the motor sitting in the engine bay..
Sure...here ya go!



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First off, quick thanks to Justin for stopping by today. We didn't get much done while he was over, but he threw around some ideas that helped me out!
Typical Rolling Eyes 










Laughing  J/k



kinda lol



That's all sweet progress dude! When you texted me last night I figured it was about doing something fun with that car, 100% better than all my LOFs and rotations this morning/afternoon.


Did I mention I was jealous of how complete and finished your car is compared to mine? JERK! Mad  Need more free time!


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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Sun Oct 13, 2013 7:16 pm






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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Mon Oct 14, 2013 3:47 pm

bfurches wrote:

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First off, quick thanks to Justin for stopping by today. We didn't get much done while he was over, but he threw around some ideas that helped me out!
No problem man. Glad I could help. Even if it was just tossing around ideas. Shelf looks real nice. Arrow 

1984twodoor wrote:

Typical Rolling Eyes










Laughing J/k



kinda lol
I'd be offended if it wasn't so close to the truth. Razz

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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Thu Oct 24, 2013 11:43 pm

I've been running pretty slow with the new addition to my family, but I am still chipping away slowly.

I am converting to a remote mount water pump. I don't want to worry about burning up the motor in my Meziere block mounted pump, and if I go bigger on the turbo (which I am sure I will), the exhaust housing is already at its clearance limit (and its only a .78 a/r). Not to mention it frees up a ton of room!





I also started building my breather tank (catch can). The base and lid are done, the baffle is finished, I just need to get it all welded together now. It has two -12 fittings which I am going to run up to the valve covers, and two 3" K&N filters.






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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Fri Oct 25, 2013 1:11 am

Makes me feel lame for having a "downed" car due to a cracked flex plate.

Great work! Keep the ball rolling!
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Fri Oct 25, 2013 4:56 pm

Got quite a bit done today, so I am pretty excited.

I got the lower charge pipes are all welded up (from the compressor to the intercooler) and fit into the chassis. I had the breather tank all welded up as well. It came out really nice!






4" tubing and the turbo blanket came in so I started on building the intake. The K&N has a mounting boss right on the front of the cones, so I mounted it up by the headlight bucket and plumbed the rest.






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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Wed Oct 30, 2013 5:23 pm

The intake has finally arrived!

Holley Modular Mid-Ram design. It takes all the features of the taller modular "Hi-Ram" and applies it to the dual 4150 pad manifold I have wanted for a while.

Here is the base of the intake, which is actually the cathedral port LSx "Dual Quad" intake.




Here is the adapter plenum that allows you to bolt any top from the modular family on. Extremely nice design, and even has a provision for the stock style MAP sensors.






In my case, I opted for the single 92mm top. (sorry, I didn't take any pictures of just the top off the intake).




It even came complete with billet fuel rails.



Being that the base was orignally a carb style intake, the pad slopes in one direction (to compensate for the general factory downward engine angle.) I had to mount the manifold base backwards to gain some clearance at the turbo merge.




But being that the base and adapter simply use two 4150 flanges to bolt together, I think I am going to space the combination upwards an additional inch using a pair of nitrous plates.



Overall I am extremely happy with the intake, and I think I got pretty lucky with the fit. I really was not expecting it to pull through with the hot-side plumbing.
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Valve covers also came in. I wasn't going to go aftermarket...but these things were SOOOO cheap, and I needed something with more room to accommodate the -12an fittings for the breather tank.





They seem pretty well built for the money. They did include cheap hardware and gaskets....and they were also a pain in the ass to line up on the heads, but they fit and they look good. The -12s are welded in and ready to go.


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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Wed Oct 30, 2013 7:07 pm

Damn, thats some crazy good looking intake porn lol!
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Thu Oct 31, 2013 8:59 am

Some really nice stuff there!

So, you staying with the no inner wheel-well thing? scratch 
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Thu Oct 31, 2013 3:09 pm

V8Killer wrote:
Some really nice stuff there!

So, you staying with the no inner wheel-well thing? scratch 
I really want to do something, but I am still undecided on how to tackle it! Speaking of which....does anyone have a set of plastic bubble inner fenders I could borrow to try???

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-12 fittings are welded into the covers. Its looking pretty good.





...I need to come up with my inner fender solution before I mount the breather tank (and standalone for the nitrous).
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Fri Nov 01, 2013 7:24 am

where did u get the valve covers? I cant find those for under 3-400 bucks!
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Fri Nov 01, 2013 12:59 pm

96slowss wrote:
where did u get the valve covers? I cant find those for under 3-400 bucks!
eBay. They were 90 shipped lol.

the hardware is a joke, but the covers themselves were well built with thick rails. Alignment is kind of a bitch, but for the money, can't go wrong.
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Fri Nov 01, 2013 3:07 pm

bfurches wrote:
...I need to come up with my inner fender solution before I mount the breather tank (and standalone for the nitrous).
I'd trade Methanol injection for the Nitrous on a turbo application all day long, IMO.

My T went 11.80 on a stock turbo/stock longblock with pump gas & methanol.

My friends T went 11.30's on 60 turbo/stock longblock with pump gas & meth. 27 PSI Shocked
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Fri Nov 01, 2013 5:32 pm

V8Killer wrote:
bfurches wrote:
...I need to come up with my inner fender solution before I mount the breather tank (and standalone for the nitrous).
I'd trade Methanol injection for the Nitrous on a turbo application all day long, IMO.

My T went 11.80 on a stock turbo/stock longblock with pump gas & methanol.

My friends T went 11.30's on 60 turbo/stock longblock with pump gas & meth. 27 PSI Shocked
Car is without a doubt getting an Alky Control system. The nitrous system would be more then less to spool a massive turbo down the road, and short-term fix my spacing issue....but I corrected that today.

I love how mean the intake manifold looks hugging the merge...but it was definitely going to be a heat issue if I were to leave it at that height....not to mention the packaging constraints.



My solution was to raise the plenum 1" using 4150 4-hole spacers. This is where I was originally going to stuff the nitrous plates (and possibly utilize it down the road). However, it was more cost effective and efficient to just use the spacers.




I also cut back the inlet of the throttle body so the 4"-3" transition can be welded on and v-banded. It also makes the outlet come almost parallel to the ground as opposed to shooting down.




I am sure I will fight the IAC steps in tuning a little, but I am confident I can correct them.

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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Mon Nov 04, 2013 5:21 pm

what size wastegate are u running? iam tring to figure out what iam doin
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Mon Nov 04, 2013 5:25 pm

96slowss wrote:
what size wastegate are u running? iam tring to figure out what iam doin
http://www.turboneticsinc.com/node/92

45mm

A tial 50mm would cover you as well.
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Fri Nov 08, 2013 7:41 am

I was thinking 2 38s on each end.. I know the placement of them matter a lot and I don't have a lot of room near the turbo mount



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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Fri Nov 08, 2013 7:58 am

96slowss wrote:
I was thinking 2 38s on each end.. I know the placement of them matter a lot and I don't have a lot of room near the turbo mount



haha! Setup like familiar!
nah, looking really good man.

I think two gates is just excess money (for any decent one).

what about running one on top of the merge right where your angle finder is?
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Fri Nov 08, 2013 8:15 am

I gotta say, I'm impressed. That box is a thing of beauty.


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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Fri Nov 08, 2013 4:56 pm

they work best when they are in direct flow of the flow coming from the manifolds, that's y iam questioning putting one at a 90 degree
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Fri Nov 08, 2013 6:19 pm

toomanytoyz wrote:
I gotta say, I'm impressed. That box is a thing of beauty.

thanks man. lots of time and effort into tho thing. Its finally coming together.

96slowss wrote:
they work best when they are in direct flow of the flow coming from the manifolds, that's y iam questioning putting one at a 90 degree
Yes...you are correct. Optimum placement is inline on a straight before a radius....however, in a street application with a modest size turbo....you aren't going to see a problem regulating boost with a quality gate.

these vehicles are nothing but compromise at every turn. I would save my money and spend it elsewhere.
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Sat Nov 09, 2013 8:43 pm

The aluminum reducer cone came in. I had it welded to the throttle body and v-banded. It transitions down to 3" (same as my charge pipes). I didnt compensate for the thickness of the v-band and clamp....it is REALLY tight LOL




Now I can finish the cold side and start on my fender exit exhaust.

Also...huge thanks to Steve for my first non-related motor purchase as of late...



(yes...i even stole your picture because I was to lazy to take my own LOL).
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Wed Nov 13, 2013 10:56 am




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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Wed Nov 13, 2013 11:06 am

I cant remember way back (& to lazy to scan back)but....you DO have some flex point in that intake pipe right?

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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Wed Nov 13, 2013 11:19 am

sdstick wrote:
I cant remember way back (& to lazy to scan back)but....you DO have some flex point in that intake pipe right?
Umm, why would you need it? The engine is solid mounted Cool
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Wed Nov 13, 2013 11:34 am

Oh ya....forgot about that....flex point is the tires?...Razz 

Frame is REALLY stiff right?..in and out

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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Wed Nov 13, 2013 3:27 pm

sdstick wrote:
Oh ya....forgot about that....flex point is the tires?...Razz 

Frame is REALLY stiff right?..in and out
ehh...its not that bad....only the elderly complain about it  

lol, jk.

All jokes aside, its firm, but not unbearable. However...when you hit a pothole or big bump....you know it!
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Sat Nov 16, 2013 10:03 pm

Nomination for best exhaust tip ever??














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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Sat Nov 16, 2013 10:42 pm

Easily the coolest exhaust system/corner lamp I have ever seen.

That is genius...like shit dude that is so friggin sweet!
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Sun Nov 24, 2013 9:49 pm

anyway to get a height of the intake? tring to find out if I can fit the back of the intake in my car. hood is no issue its the back if the intaketo the wiper cowl because my motor sits back far
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Mon Nov 25, 2013 11:30 am

bfurches wrote:

...but I think I am going to keep it street friendly for now.
 
 
Wide open side exit exhaust? scratch 
 
(solid body mounts, solid motor mounts, no heat, locked rear end)
 
That sounds kinda track only Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Mon Nov 25, 2013 3:08 pm

96slowss wrote:
anyway to get a height of the intake? tring to find out if I can fit the back of the intake in my car. hood is no issue its the back if the intaketo the wiper cowl because my motor sits back far
My measurement wouldnt be accurate because I have the base of the plenum flipped the opposite way, plus I have 1" spacers. Your best bet is to reference the Holley technical drawing for sizes...

http://www.holley.com/data/products/pictures/MidRiseDimensions.jpg

V8Killer wrote:
bfurches wrote:

...but I think I am going to keep it street friendly for now.
 
 
Wide open side exit exhaust? scratch 
 
(solid body mounts, solid motor mounts, no heat, locked rear end)
 
That sounds kinda track only Laughing
My exhaust will have a muffler right of the turbo...not wide open.

Street car is all in what you are comfortable driving on the street.
Some people go out and by Ford GT which is a bare bones, nothing electric, no radio race car and call it a "street car." Same thing with the Viper.

If I can register it, insure it, and drive it in nice weather to and from the track...hey it's streetable enough for my liking!

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Draglites are on deck!





Waiting on tires for the rears.
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Mon Nov 25, 2013 4:48 pm

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Draglites are on deck!
 

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Ah, I see your Draglites, and match you some Dragstars Laughing 
 
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Sun Jan 05, 2014 8:32 pm

Slacking, but getting some motivation back slowly.
One way or another, I am taking this thing to Florida in October.

Cooling system is just about done. Only item left is to build the expansion tank for the steam ports.








Started fabrication on the stock location fuel cell. 16 gallons, and it will have a Holley Dominator 12-1400 submerged inside.




Also snatched up the new Holley billet regulator....one nice piece!



Just need to get past the flu, bang out a few customers jobs then its business as usual.
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Sun Jan 05, 2014 9:16 pm

Heh, I like the face on that FPR dial. Nice to see some progress being made, looks like it's really coming together and should be a hoot when it's done... get well soon.
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Mon Feb 24, 2014 10:53 pm

What happened to all your pics kehd??
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Fri Feb 28, 2014 8:12 pm

I stopped by to check out your progress but all the pics are gone.
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PostSubject: Re: My LSx Swapped Box   Wed Sep 17, 2014 5:35 pm

Sweet Seventy9 wrote:
I stopped by to check out your progress but all the pics are gone.

Yes no more pics???? scratch

....and the 4.8 is for sale already......?




http://westernmass.craigslist.org/pts/4666943720.html

"Up for sale is the 2004 4.8L Long Block from my Turbo Caprice.

When I picked up the engine, it had just over 200k miles on it. It was in a fleet van and meticulously maintained. I have always kept up on the oil changes with quality filters and good oil.

The motor is stock rotating assembly and cylinder heads. The only changes made have been a Comp Thumpr Camshaft, Trick Flow Pushrods and Brian Tooley Valve Springs.

This motor trapped over 122mph in the 1/4 on low boost with a single 70mm turbo.
It runs flawlessly.

If you are looking for a cheap long block to drop in your car and have some fun, this is it. Or, rob the cam, springs and pushrods out of it for your 6.0 LQ4. No matter how you cut it, this is a smoking deal for an awesome running LSx motor. Great base for your first swap!

This sale is for long-block only.
-No intake manifold
-No oil pan
-No valve covers

If you need the above excluded items, I have stock pieces I can supply.

800.00 picked up in Indian Orchard"
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