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e’ll admit it. We look forward to the day when we can show you grand-scale progress in these pages that includes putting some color on our custom chromoly chassis or—even better— the car itself. Or maybe the day when we fi st fi e the Kaase Boss Nine with it nestled in the framerails. Or fi st pull the Hurst QuarterStick back and inch the car forward under her own power. Or any number of other monumental fi sts. But in order to get to that day, we know we have way more days like those that dotted this past month. But it is in these relatively pedestrian tasks that
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>>Slow progress is still progress as we 1: Delicious billet goodness: There simply isn’t much that’s cooler continue to inch ever- closer to getting looking than a freshly-milled CNC cut part. And when it is something as awesome and over-the-top as the world’s first oss Nine billet cover? As our 2006 Mustang project car to paint our friends in the Northeast would say, “Fuhgedaboutit!” Michigan-based Visner Engine Development cut these beauties on their mill and they are currently working on a wild billet intake manifold to match.
november 2015 | RPM Magazine