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The Grabber Team Interceptor



Roush Bumper Install

updated: Jun 7th 2010 @ 01:56 AM
Off with the old stock GT bumper .. There isn't much in the front of these cars

Fitting the new Roush bumper .. not sure why the pic came out fuzzy

Primed, wet sanded and ready for paint

Painted and waiting for the clearcoat. Two coats of Sherwin Williams Water base Urethane in Grabber Orange

Just waiting for the third coat of clear coat to dry.

Side vents all primed, painted and cleat coated

Chin spoiler primed, painted and clear coated

Installing the foglights and lower grill

Installed Roush foglight relay
Final Install

While I had things apart I installed Canton aluminum water and powersteering tanks .. I hate plastic tanks.
The final product .. Looks much better than the stock bumper.

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Last 3 User Comments
Jul 16th, 2013 @ 6:17 AM


RIP Tim.  We'll miss you buddy.

Sep 22nd, 2012 @ 7:04 PM

Replying to:

A very nice start Guy

 Thanks buddy, I know it has been a long while since I've been on! I've been busy trying to get my first adult paranormal-romance novel, "IMMORTAL RELATIONS" read and get the sequel, "IMMORTAL RELATIONS, LOVE & WAR" finished and sent to the publisher. I believe the sequel will join my first book up on AMAZON and KINDLE in OCTOBER (the first book has been available on both for nine months). I drove my 66 over to a little town called TRENT, Texas this morning to be in their homecomming parade. A friend in our local car club, "Last Chance Car Club" always gets a group together to go support that homecomming parade with our cars being in it. Last year I drove my Roush, next year (Good Lord willing) I'll drive my wife's Studebaker Wagonaire with the 5.7 Dodge Hemi or this "new" 1951 Studebaker P/U.


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