Symphony In The Making

After the trip it seemed it was missing something.  The whole time the new car to me seemed to have no soul.  Maybe it was the fact it was new and not broken in yet or braking causing the history blood, sweat, and tears.   Like most, funding was limited and made do with what I had in collecting parts new and used….and even tools…

Replacement for a worn pipe cutter

Replacement for a worn pipe cutter

When on a budget, sometime the need to think outside the tool-box is needed, as funds for tools themselves can expensive.

Not bad condition for a used part.  Was less than 2 Jacksons.

Not bad condition for a used part. Was less than 2 Jacksons.

Fairly good welds

Fairly good welds

The muffler section was also modified as was the complete mid section of the piping.  The outside looked as if it were not modified, until that is, it was started up….

As a whole the system seemed to awaken the character of the car and yes performance is always a plus.  Not bad considering all was to be had for a couple of Franklins and the system was from headers back.  This was not the end for more was still to come….til next time


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