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From the title I expected a toilet seat mounted on a go cart. This is almost as awesome.
Sounds good but don t be up set when all you see is my tail lights
This post is funny... For point III, you should see that other guys build... When is this thing going to be on the road Eric?
I am waiting on my buddy TinCup to finish his so we can repaint mine I do have a few things to do but I don t drag my feet like some other people do HA HA
On a side not this is all Moper besides a few custom pcs
Keep it up Chuckles, that's another run in your paint......:finga:
As long its a Mopar leading the pack. I can live with that. Shit I need to rethink my motor now...LOL If I don't I might be so far behind I couldn't even see your tail lights...:burnout:
Heck, the only way I'm going to catch him is when he stops for gas....
Your car should be in the movies, a tough-looking little ride. Maybe we'll see it in Fast 7. I think early-A Valiants look nicer than Darts, and I have both. 63/64 Dart grills have an over-bite, 65 is nicer, but Valiant fronts are sleek. Dart tail-lights make the rears look dumpy. Valiants have nicer rears with the tailfin lights, though not as bright. Interesting approach to rack and pinion. It takes a lot of metal to provide a supporting structure way back there. Seems like I saw other designs that come off the frame rails. Looks like the engine clears, but I bet you can't get the oil pan off. My newer cars use a cradle system to support the rack & pinion and the sway bar mounts, but that isn't light either. You probably wind up with similar weight to a Pitman arm system, but better feel in the steering.
Awesome build & funny thread! Subscribed.
Well maybe but maybe not my tank is 31 plus gals and I have a double overdrive lol
A couple pics of the interior
Wow the interior looks mint!!!! I love it.
I like it, very nice
what are your seats out of?
Awesome build, nice work on all the fabrication too; everything fits together so seamlessly! would you mind talking a bit more about the brakes up front? Are those drum or disk spindles? im planning on doing the same thing..the only issue ive encountered in the planning is finding a set of rotors to make work.
Looks good Eric, Did you have the front buckets redone to match the rear seat. Looks like it fits great
They look very similar to srt4 seats
The seats are OEM Recaro seats real dark charcoal leather just fabricated brackets and the rear needed filler pcs
5052 aluminum 1966 barracuda dash bolts in
Looking good.I like the dash.
Looks great,but if its called project white trash.I guess it safe to say the driving attire will be a dirty wife beater and tan Dickie pants,or maybe so ripped jeans.
Oh man that thing is nuts! Good on you for taking that plan through, really puts my 360 budget build to shame.! :burnout: