Author Topic: Pro touring resto-mod Cuda build  (Read 12682 times)

Offline kjwalters

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Re: Pro touring resto-mod Cuda build
« Reply #90 on: June 29, 2017 - 09:05:42 pm »
The Cuda got her new headliner today. It looks really good. It's  nice to see the car starting to come back together slowly but surely.
We also took some time and had to shave the inside lip of the fenders so the new wheel would fit. Bonspeed certainly filled the wheel well up and with the 295 /35/20 on the rear, it just about all she can handle. Yesterday I installed the electric rear window conversion kit which was actually pretty easy and well worth the effort. You can get a peek at the motor in one of the headliner pics. Fits perfect under the panel.




Offline Archialfa

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Re: Pro touring resto-mod Cuda build
« Reply #91 on: June 30, 2017 - 11:43:25 pm »
What windows conversion kit did you use?


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1970 Challenger 440 Magnum

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Offline caswell17

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Re: Pro touring resto-mod Cuda build
« Reply #92 on: December 12, 2017 - 03:44:47 pm »
I received my moser 8.75, axles, as well as wildwood 4 piston brakes, do you have any pictures of installing the brakes/axles available?