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New Member from Southeast PA

HightowerFTW

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Greetings,

I’m new to the forum and new to classic cars.

I got myself a 1974 Satellite project car at the Classic Auto Mall in Morgantown, PA. The previous owner started a restoration a decade ago and now I’m gonna finish the job. The care is running, but the interior is completely stripped.

The car has a non-original 360 in it and a Roadrunner hood. I have no aspiration to make this into a Roadrunner clone, but I do want to modernize it somewhat.

Next on the agenda are a Painless wiring kit and the installation of a Magnum Force Transformer front suspension along with Wilwood disc brakes for all four corners. Unfortunately the Wilwoods have been on back order for over a year - but the current brakes have decent stopping power for careful driving.

I can already tell that there is a massive amount of knowledge assembled on this forum - I look forward to learning from you all!
 
welcome to FBBO from Snowy NorCal Sierras

maybe check out the Resto-mod & Pro-touring forum here too
a lot of topics right up your alley

good luck with the 74
 
Greetings,

I’m new to the forum and new to classic cars.

I got myself a 1974 Satellite project car at the Classic Auto Mall in Morgantown, PA. The previous owner started a restoration a decade ago and now I’m gonna finish the job. The care is running, but the interior is completely stripped.

The car has a non-original 360 in it and a Roadrunner hood. I have no aspiration to make this into a Roadrunner clone, but I do want to modernize it somewhat.

Next on the agenda are a Painless wiring kit and the installation of a Magnum Force Transformer front suspension along with Wilwood disc brakes for all four corners. Unfortunately the Wilwoods have been on back order for over a year - but the current brakes have decent stopping power for careful driving.

I can already tell that there is a massive amount of knowledge assembled on this forum - I look forward to learning from you all!
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Welcome from NJ! :xscuseless:
 
Welcome from New Zealand.

We look forward to seeing lots of photos as your project progresses.
 
Welcome from Missouri!! Very nice!
 
Welcome aboard from NY!
Looking sharp the way you're personalizing that Satellite project.
Mounting the air reels on the side of those Rotary lifts is giving me ideas now too myself lol. Thanks! :thumbsup:
 
Welcome from The Goober State.
 
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