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72VegaBoy’s 1972 Chevrolet Vega

72VegaBoy's 1972 Chevrolet Vega

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  • Nov 14, 2013

This is my 1972 Chevy Vega that I bought in June of 2009 for $600 on craigslist, came with a ton of extra parts including the original 4cyl. engine. I was 18 years old w ... more

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Comments (7)
  • leemr007
    My hat's off to you my man. It's great to see there's still young hot rodders out there. willing to get there hands dirty working on an ol Vega. Keep up the hard work and it will pay off in the end. I can't wait to see what it looks like when your done. If you have any questions just ask, I'd be more than happy to help.
  • NixVegaGT
    That 8 3/4 is a great choice for the rear axle. You'll never have to worry about that fraggin'. I've got a buddy with a 440 duster putting about 600 hp through one of those. not a fun car to drive on the street. LOL! One area that was a problem for me was the rear lower trailing arm gussets where they meet the unibody. After a couple years with a v8 it buckled there. It's worth welding more support there. Another thing to consider is welding in frame connectors. There is no after market solution for that so you have to fabricate them yourself but it will be worth it. If you are not already a member peep http://forums.h-body.org/ lot's of guys like us there.
  • kevin616
    hi man. i have a vega 76. take a look on my page. nice work. cheers.
  • andersen_knight
    cool project. keep us posted, cheers
  • waynes-10
    nice work lookin good
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