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Fabio Parede's 1969 Catalina

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As per request I am going to start an introduction thread!

I am from Ogden, UT, and I drive a 2002 Trans Am WS6. So far its suspension has been lowered with bilistein shocks, subframe connectors, and a Moser 12 bolt rear end. The engine is out of a 2003 Z06 Corvette, and dynod at 400 rwhp. The transmission is out of a 2006 Corvette Z06 that I went through the big process of converting to work on an Fbody car. Here are some pictures some of you have already seen



And here are some others I have of the car


Chrome wheels



The interior was redone with leather and ostrige, including the door panels, and headliner






My future plans for it currently are an Air Suspension to keep it from grinding over speed bumps, and a single turbo!

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Welcome to FP, and the insanity. Great looking Trans Am.

I'd like to know where I could lay my hands on Z06 parts. Those typically aren't lying around a wrecking yard....for very long anyways.

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Somehow I just keep stumbling across them, I didn't know the transmission was Z06 till I took it apart and saw the countershaft

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Welcome to the forums.

The interior is way too bright for my tastes. I kinda liked the GS stripes on there. Not a fan of the chrome Z06 reps either.

Still, interested to see where this goes.

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