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1972 Dodge Van - 2005 SRT10 V10 Swap


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Originally Posted by skyy406 What a thing of beauty. I mean seriously.... gorgeous. You should build a plexiglass engine cover ...



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Old 09-09-2014, 02:42 PM
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What a thing of beauty. I mean seriously.... gorgeous. You should build a plexiglass engine cover with lights so you can constantly stare at the engine when your at a stop light.
Lol that's what I said! Definitely too nice to put a doghouse over

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Wow thats cool
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Any updates on this sweet ride?
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Still working on it

My work situation has been pretty bad over the last year, so she is still waiting on me to get more done. She will get finished eventually though, promise! Thankfully i bought most of the parts when i had money lol
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Interesting build, I just began restoring a '72 Econoline E-100 and I couldn't imagine trying to fit the long Viper engine under the dog house!
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Im still enjoying that rear axle! Lol Glad to see you are making progress on this!
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Just a minor update, back working and have been for the last year as a temp them got hired full time last June. Van work is slowly progressing. Set up Fuel tank for dual hangers for the twin Aeromotive Stealth 340 pumps (1 on each hangar but setting it up so each hangar could potentially hold 2 pumps each). Also modified the factory fuel rails for middle (between 2nd and 3rd injector) -8AN Feed and -8AN Return out the front end (where it used to cross over, will feed back to Aeromotive return style boost referencing regulator). Still chugging away little by little, really need to get her on a lift to plumb up the fuel system, get the cooling system finished and re-plumb the front passenger brake line I removed from the engine cross member (so it can be taken out without undoing the brakes in the future). Lots of little things! I'll keep posting as I get more done now that things ought to be moving in that direction again!
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