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Old 06-25-2004, 11:20 PM   #1
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Sawzall Blade that is.... got the front clip, the firewall, and the roof in front of the B pillars cut off. These cars have some serious metal holding them together, soon as I find my camera I'll show you guys some cut-aways, It'* stiff. The weakest part of the car is the rear end above the bumper, and the front end in the middle, There'* just nothing there. Everywhere else is packed with steel.
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what did you do that for?
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I have no title for the 94, and the junkyard won't take a car without a title, but they will take it if it fits in the back of my truck. So... I'm making it fit, Plus it'* something for me and my bro to do together, He'* learning the Sawzall quite well.
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LOL, just thought of something, I now have a Bonneville "Kit"... For Expert Modellers only.
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LOL, just thought of something, I now have a Bonneville "Kit"... For Expert Modellers only.
Does it come with a Chevy 350 crate?
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And a compact Bonneville -will the local sport compacts let you join their club now?
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Destuction at its finest! At least you learned a little something about her before you put her out!
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Got the entire roof and pillars off, This thing is F'n stout. I'm not worried about rolling in a Bonne at all.
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Got it down to the floor from the back seat to the back, and the wheelwells left. It'* taken 6 sawzall blades to get this far. The B and C pillars have a peice of crowned 1/8th in steel in them. Stout. Makes me feel a lot safer in my car.
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