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got outside today and filled in the spaces on the new stucture with 16 gauge 3/4 perforated steel


That mesh looks completely BADa$$!

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That mesh looks completely BADa$$!

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That's an interesting idea...I've never seen it done before.

Thumbs up, Joe

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strong yet light

and i'll bet cooler!

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did some more work today removed the right side strut mount and worked on some of the fiberglass




the roof is now glassed in solid and the gas filler mount is now glassed in as well

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installed the upper body for a test fit and will be able to put in a trunk with all the space that was recoverd with the suspension upgrade



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weather was great yesterday and now it snowin again when will it end I want to get my work done
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weather was great yesterday and now it snowin again when will it end I want to get my work done

I want you to get it done as well. However it is fun watching this thing come together. Hang in there.

BTW - the latest ideas look great!

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I want you to get it done as well. However it is fun watching this thing come together. Hang in there.

BTW - the latest ideas look great!

trying hard to hang in there but this weather is starting to get to me one day its fantastic out the next pure sh*t

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If it helps its raining in Lakeland Fl today and I wont be out working on the car today.
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If it helps its raining in Lakeland Fl today and I wont be out working on the car today.

got some work done today . Will post the update once I get the laptop up and runnin as its the only verion of pip I have thats workin and the old P !33 runs real slow

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that is so cool!

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well the old flop top is up and runnin so I can post the update
finished removing the old stut suport and install the new pieces so I can now install the upper control arm brackets




I tried to keep both sides identical

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Hey Bubbajoe are you OK? Haven't heard a peep from you in almost a week?!??! Did you get the button?

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Hey Bubbajoe are you OK? Haven't heard a peep from you in almost a week?!??! Did you get the button?

workin on a top secret upgrade for the car when it is complete I will post the pics

PS: button is on the sites now put it in the same time I recieved it Joe

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well the secret is out here are some pics
I was unsatisfied with the look of the rear fame with the vette components so I built a new rear section to install in the rear of the car. The last 36 inches of the frame ails will be replaced with this new frame section







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just need to install all the caps and gusset plates then the transaxle cros member then into the car it goes and the sping plates also can forget them
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That is quite the surprise, I can't believe you rebuilt that entire rear section. It keeps getting better and better... I'm always checking up on this, so if you need to see how anything will look, I'll do more photoshops when you need.
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Looking good Bubbjoe. Does this replace the tubular cradle you just made?

Speaking of Photochopping - doublec4, did you get my PM?

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Looking good Bubbjoe. Does this replace the tubular cradle you just made?

Speaking of Photochopping - doublec4, did you get my PM?

the rear section of the tube cradle will be removed the I have made an adapter to conect the forward section of the tube cradle to the new rear section

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Keep up the great work Bubba !

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man it was nice out today and got some work done 2 more steps to do then I can put the rails in
here are some of the pics






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Hey Bubba, simply awsome! What can I say!
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well the new rear is in the car now time to put it all back together here are the pics




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So will you be modifying the raild or the exhaust? it doesnt look like that setup will be too exhaust friendly.
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So will you be modifying the raild or the exhaust? it doesnt look like that setup will be too exhaust friendly.

The rails are not cut to the correct length yet. They have to be shortened by approximately one foot.

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Nice work. Is that the way it was arranged in the Vette? That's a fair chunk of anti-squat...

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it is set up using the vette cradle and is set exactly as it was in the C5 the only differance is I am using coil over not the Glass leaf spring

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here are a few shots of how the frame is spliced together


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I was wondering about the lower a-arm angle also. Got a look at the new Factory Five car, also mid-engine and uses the same rear suspension set-up as yours with the factory cradle, a-arm angles look the same.
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I was wondering about the lower a-arm angle also. Got a look at the new Factory Five car, also mid-engine and uses the same rear suspension set-up as yours with the factory cradle, a-arm angles look the same.

the setup is all corvette and copied exactly as it came from the vette why corvette went to the odd angle of the lower are was for clerance of the forward mounted glass cross leaf spring to maintain ground clearance so the spring would be equal in higth as the rear of the rear of the cradle at the sping eye without it draging on the ground older vetts the sping is rear mounted and up higher in the chassie but the C5 is forward mounted and low in the chassie to clear the transaxle

here is a link where they install C5 suspension in a 57 chev

http://www.rickroush.com/c5_conversion.htm

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The net result is stil that it has a lot of anti-squat. It may have been a different chain of cause and effect... they may have designed the suspension and then figured out that they could mount the leaf spring under it.
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The net result is stil that it has a lot of anti-squat. It may have been a different chain of cause and effect... they may have designed the suspension and then figured out that they could mount the leaf spring under it.

that is quite posible this suspesion is also used in the CTS and XLR acording to GM parts direct

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made up the new rear body suport today and finished the side rails on the passanger side just need to finish the perf to start cleanup and paint with POR 15
and attach the rebar for the bumper will post pics once i get the laptop up and running as pip still dont work with this computer
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here are a couple of pics of what is done now


hopefuly will have most of all the work done

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amost done just need to put the new bumper rebar brackets on when i cut the frame to length
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