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‘67 Lemons 02 -> Clean ‘68 shell

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I have a blog , but can’t access it through the app , so here is a new topic on a under a different forum . I picked up sight unseen a car from idaho I will now use as a donor car to this clean shell i picked up . 1968 2002 that has a tube front and a full cage setup , blasted and primed with zero rust . Progress to be made soon with it , such as repair of swiss cheese and will have to add the door from my donor car on since it is crunched on the new shell , in a spot . The m10 is out and I will be doing a 5 speed conversion and stroker build on the m10 . As for the body i hope to go for an OEM silver paint . It is cut out on the quarter panels for Alpina Pigcheeks which came with it , along with rebuilt steering box , f+r subframes reinforced/ with camber adjustments , lightened and powder coated pedals , brake backing plates with holes cutout for ducting . I have alot going on rn as i have my e30 awaiting an m52 swap in my garage currently , plus i have until the 30th to get the donor car out of my garage , since the new shell is in storage .









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Scored some panasports as well.



Also have a set of 45’s , Italian ones . Cast air cleaners , and an oem manifold . I have to salvage a big list of stuff from the donor car :








Brake booster

Door catch

Trunk hardware

Wiper assembly

Hood open/close hardware







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