T.C.'s '73 - BMR Project Car

Discussion in 'Project Progress' started by carr911, Mar 15, 2016.

  1. carr911

    carr911 Veteran Member

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    My '73 arrived today from California! :bowtie:

    The Pro's;
    Clean Rust Free
    Factory A/C Car
    Unmolested
    some nice extra parts

    Con's;
    307 Automatic
    most of the interior needs replacing

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  2. carr911

    carr911 Veteran Member

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  3. BMR Suspension

    BMR Suspension Veteran Member

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    I will be Posting under my BMR Log-In and my Personal one I just set-up

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  4. BMR Suspension

    BMR Suspension Veteran Member

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    I was going to take the car home tonight, but I'm going to keep it at BMR for a Few Days so we can do some Spring Testing

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  5. Carinsulation.com

    Carinsulation.com Veteran Member NazstyZ28 Sponsor Gold Member

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    Looks very nice, what are your plans for the engine/trans? :bowtie:

    Subframe connectors too?
     
  6. BMR Suspension

    BMR Suspension Veteran Member

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    Not sure on the Engine yet - I was thinking 383 Stroker, but I can get a Ls3/Six Speed with Electronics from a Customer.
     
  7. Steves71

    Steves71 Member

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    That one popped on on Craigslist after I bought mine. Still wanted to look at it. Glad it's gone to a good home
     
  8. Da-bigguy

    Da-bigguy Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    That is a very nice looking car. Looking forward to seeing what you do with her.
     
  9. Squeaky192

    Squeaky192 Veteran Member

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    I'd jump on the LS3. Get a cam spec'd and enjoy the reliability and power. Even untouched, the rectangle port LS3 heads flow REALLY well.

    I went with MuscleRod's bolt in LS swap mounts and crossmember and everything fit up really well.
     

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