Little Rob's Caprice in for shaving and bagging.  We'll be trying out a different rear suspension on his car looking for more lift and better ride quality.

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Cutting out for the new gas filler in the trunk door jamb. Grinding down the fresh welds. New fiberglass rollpan installed.
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Suspension specialist Travis Pruis cuts out the entire rear floor area. Maze of marks to try and figure where the notches will go.

Frame is cut out for the notches.

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Setting the notches into place. Welding the notches in.
Rear suspension close to completion.
    Floor being welded back in.    
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      Also working on the roof shaving as the car progresses.  
Fonze busting out. The fiberglass rollpan is removed for a hand fabricated steel one.
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Since no pan is available, Fonze is building one from scratch. He is also building taillight fillers from scratch as well.
         
   Fonze making the 20s fit under the stock hood.      
         
 
         
         
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