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I guess I own this page

now with the engine floating the cradle was removed and the new cradle was then test fitted into the car


as you can see in the pics some of the welds are not finished till the whole cradle is finished completely just in case some ajustment are needed

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with the cradle in place I can begin to mock up the uprights and upper control arms
and here is a pic of the old cradle removed from the car


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Bubba, you make this stuff look way too easy. That is a very creative way to swap the cradle whle keeping the engine in the car!

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whats nice with my setup is the trans is hung from the chassie and not attached to the cradle so it make cradle removal quit easy

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Bubba, you make this stuff look way too easy.

That is so true, unbelievable work bubba

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That is so true, unbelievable work bubba

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bad weather today did not get anything done rain is for ducks

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got some work in today removed the old suspension and made up the new coilovers
and stated to mock up the new uprights so I can make the upper controll arm mounts


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one more pic of the rear upright


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I willpost the bearing size and knucke sizes tomorrow for you

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Bubba,

I got your photoshop request done and I did a little extra to make up for the time I took .... I had to find a copy and install it on the computer where I'm living for the hockey season.

I added a rear diffuser, added the mesh where the reflectors used to be, changed the tips a bit, smoothed a few things out, and of course took a shot at painting the car tangerine. I believe you mentioned that colour somewhere in this massive thread. Let me know what you think:

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Thanks Bubbajoe! I would have a huge smile like that too if my car was looking this good!

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Bubba,

I got your photoshop request done and I did a little extra to make up for the time I took .... I had to find a copy and install it on the computer where I'm living for the hockey season.

I added a rear diffuser, added the mesh where the reflectors used to be, changed the tips a bit, smoothed a few things out, and of course took a shot at painting the car tangerine. I believe you mentioned that colour somewhere in this massive thread. Let me know what you think:


now you have given me an Idea of how to use the old rear wing hollow out the inside ture it upside down and mount and blend it into the rear bumper lower edge to form the diffuser and widen it to attach it to the new rear cradle great work you really get the gears turning in my head
THANKS Bubbajoexxx

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thats a pretty good idea.... the old rear wing would make a good piece to start with for the diffuser. Nice thinking and let me know if you need any other p/s work done.

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/\/\/\/\ That PS looks great! sodose the cradle Bubba

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Thanks Bubbajoe! I would have a huge smile like that too if my car was looking this good!



these pics have the dimentions that you needed if you need more fell free to ask


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Thank you very much! That's a C5 rear bearing right?

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Thank you very much! That's a C5 rear bearing right?

2000 upright and bearing from a C5

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got some of the rear mounting plates done to night so I can assemble them on sunday will post pics then

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I totally admire the work that is being done on this car, but...It is just too long. I think that is the only thing that I dont like about it. I mean no offense at all. Great job Bubba.

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I emailed you...

Is this the biggest thread in the history of PFF?

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well got the rear mounts done and started to mock up the upperr controll arms in the car will be removing the old stut towers and installing a ladder style chassie cross bar to stiffen the upper frame rails. Here are the pics so far



as you can see here the rubber mounts in the rear have been elliminated
in favor of sold mounting

have also changed the rear bearings to S10 as they are the same dia. as the vette just had to move the holes outward 30 thou.
now I can keep my axles

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here is a good shot of what the front of the new cradle looks like in the car

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Number One with a Bullet ! ! ! ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^

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got this far I hope I have good weather tomorrow

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I'm glad you're documenting all this. This is serious magazine cover material. When you get this done, Hot Rod, Car Craft, High Performance Pontiac, et al, ALL need to get a press kit from you.

This car is wilder than most people's pipe dreams, and it's taking shape and is actually being built!

I am in awe. Really.

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I'm glad you're documenting all this. This is serious magazine cover material. When you get this done, Hot Rod, Car Craft, High Performance Pontiac, et al, ALL need to get a press kit from you.

This car is wilder than most people's pipe dreams, and it's taking shape and is actually being built!

I am in awe. Really.

It's getting there but work is slow in the winter have to dodge snow rain cold and work when I can
and thanks for your comment I really appreciate the comments and the ideas I have been getting during the build all the best to all of the pff members who have posted here and those who haven't
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What Joe is doing here is truly a work of art. The pictures do not entirely show the quality of workmanship and engineering that has gone into this car. You really need to see it in person to understand the scope and breadth of the modifications he has done.


Keep up the good work, I can hardly wait to see the finished car ( and go for a ride )


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cradle is ready for pick up any time and thanks for the comments

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wow, i'm just amazed, your very very skilled,

you realize that no one else will ever be able to service this car! haha, they won't know what part to get!! theres like 5 different cars in this, plus tons of origional work but i'm %99 sure you won't sell it, thats like giving up a child

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I just read this whole thing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! wheh, just had to say that since I actually did. Great job, bubba!! I have to do something more to my car to keep up with your, just tryin to keep up with the jones's(joe)! thanks for the inspiration

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be sure to let us know if this thing gets published. It would be the one artical i might actually read. Great job so far. I hope you will get a good quality paint job when its ready. I have seen many customs that put a a cheap earl schieb paint job on them and every one over looks the mods to complain about the crappy paint job. are you planning on blueprinting it.

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the car will be dismantled prior to pant so all panels will be painted off the car for a good job

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PM to you, Bubbajoe....
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well to day is a day with screwed ip weather fist sonny the duck weather changing to eskimo weather but I still go some work done removed the left stut tower to repair for the upper controll arm mounts and the new chassie renforcments here what it looks like ,by the way I also got riley's tach converted to read V8 pulses for his swap and mailed it back to him

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forgot one , have some rust to clean up that was behind the old stut tower

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