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bugdewde’s 1972 Chevrolet Vega

'72 Chevy Vega. '63 Buick Special All ALUMINUM ...

bugdewde’s 1972 Chevrolet Vega
Another bugdewde 1972 Chevrolet Vega post...
  • Nov 13, 2013

Here's the Pontiac Astre conversion parts I've acquired so far.
The '73 Canadian-only offered Astre specific parts are:
-Split front gril ... more

Another bugdewde 1972 Chevrolet Vega post...
  • Nov 13, 2013

Page 1: Vega as purchased. Stripping paint and some disassembly.Page 2: Vega rust issues and close ups from all angles... shows the condition of the car from front to ba ... more

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Comments (8)
  • madchiwawa
    cool project im assuming you know of D&D fabrication they have been making this vega 215 convertion for many many years. im putting a 215 in a datsun 510... hay!!!! kennady makes an adapter to put one in the bajha :)
  • 72Vega_91S-10
    LOOKS LIKE YOU HAVE SOME WORK FOR YOURSELF, KEEP IT UP, ABOUT TO RESTORE MY 72 VEGA I GOT, BUT HAVE TO FINISH MY OTHER PROJECT FIRST, CANT WHAT TO TAKE IT APART
  • hoffbug
    Cool project. Ive been wanting to do that swap since I first read about it 30 years ago. I finally got a 77 Vega and a 76 Astre and am starting to amass parts for my Rover/Buick hybrid. Keep us updated on your project!
  • NixVegaGT
    Dwight! I can't believe I hadn't signed your guestbook yet! Well here I am. You 215 looks great! Your Vega is just about where mine is at right now. I just finished the frame rails... I'll keep an eye out for your progress on here. It was good to see you on the Hbody forum. See you there!
  • Cobrasvega
    So glad to see someone else willing to take the time to restore these "bad mamba-jamba's". I'm hoping the have my 74wagon ready for paint by summer time. My 72GT has got a long way to go before it's ready. Keep up on the progress and good luck. Cobra
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