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Vesa, wish I had to time and patience, coming along nicely ! Mine is on the way to the shop this week for new brakes and on the road finally. Keep us posted, Dan
coming along nicely.I looked at using a tang tank but it was a tad to long for my application due to where I had my exhaust hangers and stuff. So i just fabed one up using the mustang tank as inspiration. So filler will be in the trunk/boot or will you make a hole for it above or behind the number plate?
I do hope that is not a copper brake line. Pure copper lines will not stand up to the pressure. You need steel or the Copper Nickle alloyed lines. Other than that good job.
Jay G said:
I do hope that is not a copper brake line. Pure copper lines will not stand up to the pressure. You need steel or the Copper Nickle alloyed lines. Other than that good job.Jay
I am in the process of installing a 500ci Cadillac in my '49 Hudson and would really appreciate if you could show more of how you routed your exhaust from the engine on back. I don't want mine visible from the sideview and it seems like a challenge.Your work looks great, good luck!ThanksOnly Way do this exhaust without big body changes. I made this about two weeks after my dailyworks.