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#662092 - 12/20/13 10:18 PM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: moparcyco]
C_stripes Offline
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Registered: 10/28/07
Posts: 349
Loc: Mid west
What city are you from? I moved from Logan, ut about a year and a half ago. I was going to buy the car you used for parts from JC auto, but someone (you) beat me to it I guess.

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#662093 - 06/30/14 11:34 PM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: C_stripes]
moparcyco Offline
super stock

Registered: 11/02/06
Posts: 822
Loc: southern Idaho
I finally scored the engine for this car!I have been looking for almost a year these damn new hemi's sure bring a premium around here.This beauty is from a 2004 Durango paid a little more than I wanted at a $1000 but I cannot find one near here for anything close with these miles.So I pulled the trigger,I pulled everything I could I took the entire wiring harness computer ac lines everthing pretty excited to be working on this car again!

As I posted above at the rate I'm going it going to be forever but one big step down.




Edited by moparcyco (11/27/17 03:24 PM)

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#2263089 - 03/04/17 12:34 AM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: moparcyco]
moparcyco Offline
super stock

Registered: 11/02/06
Posts: 822
Loc: southern Idaho
Well after a long break it's time to finish this car. I got burned out on cars and needed to do other things but I love this car and it needs to be done. So I had Stephan Fournier do my wiper motor with some custom touches looks sweet.


Edited by moparcyco (11/27/17 03:10 PM)

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#2263094 - 03/04/17 12:41 AM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: moparcyco]
moparcyco Offline
super stock

Registered: 11/02/06
Posts: 822
Loc: southern Idaho
Also got the washer bottle tubing and squirters in. Got the wrong pump so need to get the right one.


Edited by moparcyco (11/27/17 03:07 PM)

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#2265390 - 03/08/17 12:15 AM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: moparcyco]
moparcyco Offline
super stock

Registered: 11/02/06
Posts: 822
Loc: southern Idaho
Finally got the motor apart to go to the machine shop.


In preparation for this. Hell yeah F1 Procharger


Edited by moparcyco (11/27/17 03:00 PM)

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#2265399 - 03/08/17 12:28 AM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: moparcyco]
moparcyco Offline
super stock

Registered: 11/02/06
Posts: 822
Loc: southern Idaho
I also enlisted the help of some friends to help mini tub this car so I could use a 285/75/15 tire on steelies. looks sweet.


Edited by moparcyco (11/26/17 11:02 PM)

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#2265481 - 03/08/17 08:01 AM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: moparcyco]
HotRod20 Offline
mopar

Registered: 07/26/04
Posts: 696
Loc: Motown
Nice continued progress...its a reminder to most of us that rome wasnt built in a day, a year or two...neither is our mopars! great job on the car to date. I love the process and pics. Keep it up my friend.
HR 20

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#2265673 - 03/08/17 02:29 PM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: moparcyco]
Keepat Offline
mopar

Registered: 02/23/13
Posts: 473
Loc: Maryland
Originally Posted By moparcyco
I also enlisted the help of some friends to help mini tub this car so I could use a 285/75/15 tire on steelies. looks sweet.


WOW car looks awesome with those monster tires!!
Pat

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#2269787 - 03/15/17 12:18 AM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: Keepat]
moparcyco Offline
super stock

Registered: 11/02/06
Posts: 822
Loc: southern Idaho
Got a little more done. Took the nasty stock headlight buckets and soaked them in evaporust, then hit with 0000 steel wool looks pretty good also got trim rings polished. Moving forward is good.


Edited by moparcyco (11/26/17 10:59 PM)

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#2270229 - 03/15/17 08:05 PM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: moparcyco]
UCUDANT Offline
Troll Hunter

Registered: 01/20/03
Posts: 7836
Loc: New Mexico
Nice, I've done the same thing, put it on the back burner and then turn the heat up again later. Keep at it we're with ya. Nice ride

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#2311364 - 05/26/17 12:44 AM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: UCUDANT]
moparcyco Offline
super stock

Registered: 11/02/06
Posts: 822
Loc: southern Idaho
Got a little more done headlight buckets are in, I must say the adjusters were a royal pain to install but looks good. Also went with hydroboost after installing in my Challenger last year I'll never have another old car without it. Got the firewall brake line in as well.






Edited by moparcyco (11/26/17 10:43 PM)

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#2312025 - 05/27/17 02:12 PM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: moparcyco]
jpilone Offline
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Registered: 02/27/06
Posts: 4060
Loc: Boca Raton, Florida
Did you use the same headlight buckets? I discovered an issue with mine when putting the headlights in, because I couldn't get some to line up right (the flutes in the glass). I mixed up a few because I used a different front fender on the car, and the buckets got mixed up. Took me a while to figure out the orientation when putting it all back together, and apart, and back together, and apart, and back together again!
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#2312093 - 05/27/17 05:09 PM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: jpilone]
moparcyco Offline
super stock

Registered: 11/02/06
Posts: 822
Loc: southern Idaho
yes they are the ones that came with these fenders. I did not know they were side specific or hi-lo specific until I went to install them. But only had to install once

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#2312234 - 05/28/17 12:58 AM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: moparcyco]
moparcyco Offline
super stock

Registered: 11/02/06
Posts: 822
Loc: southern Idaho
Since this car now is fuel injected I decided to use a Tanks inc. tank. Pretty nice quality matches the factory tank pretty well, except obviously the recess for the pump and sender. These have internal baffles and are not much more than a factory replacement tank.



Edited by moparcyco (11/26/17 10:53 PM)

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#2318343 - 06/09/17 01:26 AM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: moparcyco]
moparcyco Offline
super stock

Registered: 11/02/06
Posts: 822
Loc: southern Idaho
Decided long ago this car was getting a/c. Went with a classic auto air kit. Had to modify the firewall pad a little but install was pretty straightforward. Now I need to get the dash finished.


Edited by moparcyco (11/25/17 11:17 PM)

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#2408995 - 11/26/17 12:08 AM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: moparcyco]
moparcyco Offline
super stock

Registered: 11/02/06
Posts: 822
Loc: southern Idaho
The soft trim and dash pads on this car were in great shape to start with

and all cleaned and dyed black

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#2408998 - 11/26/17 12:14 AM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: moparcyco]
moparcyco Offline
super stock

Registered: 11/02/06
Posts: 822
Loc: southern Idaho
I went back and forth trying to decide to paint the dash or not. I decided to have it powder coated. It turned out sweet. Took them a bunch of photos of stock dashes they got the sheen spot on even got "some" oe style texture.



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#2409002 - 11/26/17 12:28 AM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: moparcyco]
moparcyco Offline
super stock

Registered: 11/02/06
Posts: 822
Loc: southern Idaho
And here's the dash with pads.

And installed

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#2409447 - 11/26/17 10:35 PM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: moparcyco]
moparcyco Offline
super stock

Registered: 11/02/06
Posts: 822
Loc: southern Idaho
Came a long way from this.

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#2411225 - 11/30/17 09:43 AM Re: My Super Bee Project [Re: moparcyco]
Superfreak Offline
master

Registered: 11/08/08
Posts: 3615
Loc: the great wet north
Looking good.
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