Shock tab retrofit on the Baja-Brat worked out nicely. Just like the upper mounts these will also be boxed in. The new Miller 252 puts down such nice beads. This piece marks the completion of the rear suspension design and now I just have a few more chassis tubes to connect and the car will finally be sitting on all fours or "roller status" Once all of the chassis and suspension design has been established The build will shift gears into the rigging phase where body panels, all of the different systems, spares, tools, and safety equipment find their home. I learned just how tedious this is to do everything custom in the Camino so for this build I have done my best to keep the entire Subaru engine and powertrain intact as well as all of the systems to run it. In theory It should go together much quicker and be easier to service and find parts for.
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