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Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: 3eighty3] #183682
02/07/11 07:53 PM
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Sebring, Florida
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Very, Very nice job. You should be proud of your work. Car is BEAUTIFUL!!!

Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: 3eighty3] #183683
02/07/11 07:54 PM
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Washington
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Nice work!!! Great looking car and color combination. Head liner looks awesome too.
Dennis


1966 Charger 383 4 speed (Black with Red interior) 1973 Cuda 340 4 speed (Lemontwist) 1972 Corvette
Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: 19cuda73] #183684
03/23/11 07:05 PM
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Austria
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Some progress under the car... Exhaust, brake lines, emergency brake...



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Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: 3eighty3] #2885050
02/07/21 12:16 PM
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Some changes have been made...

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Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: 3eighty3] #2885051
02/07/21 12:21 PM
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New engine, new brakes

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Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: 3eighty3] #2885748
02/09/21 06:31 AM
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ALCONs ! More details, please.

Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: PasiR] #2886093
02/09/21 11:20 PM
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They are Alcon B-Type calipers with staggered cylinders on Wilwood 12.19 inch rotors. The bracket is custom made and the rotors are 32 mm thick. It is the largest brake I could fit inside a stock 15 inch wheel. I am currently running Ferodo DS Uno pads. With the cooling ducts in place, the combination holds up well on the track.

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