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    Steve O & Lorenzo Hooked up The Business Coupe!

    Big Thanks to Steve O & Lorenzo for all your hard work on The Business Coupe! As always TOP NOTCH work! Car went to get the 4130 Cromoly 8.50 cert cage done, installed Chris Alston swing outs and did a bunch of fab work in the trunk of the car (Groceries will fit well in there). They also plate patched the tunnel where the old 5 speed was as well as mount my seats and make custom brackets for fitment to be sure I was 100% comfortable in the car, along with a few other things I needed done. The cage fits extremely tight just as I wanted and im super excited to be able to roll around on the street without the side bars!bars
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    I can't tell from the photos, does the fuel cell sit flush in the trunk? If so that's awesome, like you said tons of room for groceries.

    Cage looks awesome. I wish I would have bought and built a notch years ago.
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    nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleepy View Post
    I can't tell from the photos, does the fuel cell sit flush in the trunk? If so that's awesome, like you said tons of room for groceries.

    Cage looks awesome. I wish I would have bought and built a notch years ago.
    Yes, 15 gallon cell sits flush with the trunk. It's pretty sweet for sure!
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    Nice work, looks like those a-pillar bars are tucked in tight .

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    Looks like you guys have a triplet that is already really fast...and it has the proper power adder


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    Very nice work as usual!

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    I've got the same swingout kit. It's nice other than the fact it was installed a little tight.

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    Looks like good work. Where are they out of? Approximate price for an 8.50 cert cage? I'll be doing one this winter if all works out.
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