1979 TA Pro-Touring Build in progress

Discussion in 'Project Progress' started by Bad79, Jul 25, 2014.

  1. Bad79

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  2. azuber01

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    This thing is beautiful!
     
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    Wow, I thought the car was nice in the first post lol! Definitely going to be bad to the bone man!
     
  5. hoppin5478

    hoppin5478 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I've always loved the TA's, my second car after a Camaro was a 77 TA someone put a 455 in. Brings back good tire smoke memories. :) Your's is absolutely beautiful!
     
  6. Bad79

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    Thank you for the compliments. There is very little about this car that is factory by any means. Every part of it has been made as modern as possible other than the outer skin. I'm looking forward to driving it and finding out how differently it drives
     
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  8. Bad79

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    Alright. Here is the mostly finished interior complete with an Alpine stereo system with a 5 channel 700 watt Amp, sub in the trunk, Apple Car Play, Nav, backup camera, alarm and "other" security features, remote door and trunk locks, Nav, Backup Camera, Apple Car Play, etc.

    I also added a White Lightning Shifter to the T56 Magnum Extreme. This thing is SWEET.

    The rear seat delete really exceeded my expectations. I still need to get a roll bar cover (carbon fiber sleeves), a billet shifter boot retainer and have the headliner installed but the rest is done. The Year One door panels, sail panels, and interior quarter panels were all covered (The rear panels had to be widened to fit the DSE tubs. I'll let the pictures do the talking....

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    Access speakers with custom grill covers and badging
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  9. hoppin5478

    hoppin5478 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Hands down one of the best interiors I have seen. The small details are fantastic, WOW, just WOW!
     
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  10. Turbo70Camaro

    Turbo70Camaro Veteran Member Gold Member

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    I hate you in a good way, who's rear seat delete is that or is it all custom.
     

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