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Thread: The revamp of my 1995 SC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennypaul26 View Post
    Ok.. new guy here.. my sc needs some serious love, and the whole chroming thing is brilliant. How much would it cost in your opinion for me to get all my pulleys and pipes, (supercharger tube also) chromed? This is a truly cool project!!!
    Send me a list if the parts you want done but yiu can probably expect 700 to 1000.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennypaul26 View Post
    Ok.. new guy here.. my sc needs some serious love, and the whole chroming thing is brilliant. How much would it cost in your opinion for me to get all my pulleys and pipes, (supercharger tube also) chromed? This is a truly cool project!!!
    First welcome to the club - I have read your prior threads in the New Member section and also your For Sale thread listing. I am going to say posts like this is why you received such a hard "welcome" and in return you called all us SCCoA'ers "flamers" .

    Seems as though you're all over the place on what you have in mind for your car...I believe this is just excitement of the new ownership? I do hope you start to outline your goals and stick with it. 93 SCs are my personal favorite year - perfect blend of the early and late model SC. Truly you could have something really cool with a goal in mind.

    I've been a member 17 years, owned a ton of SCs (many far uglier than your current starting point) and just now figuring out setting a yearly overall goal is the key. Shoot I have an '89 SC that the only goal is get from point A to B...start somewhere a follow through otherwise you'll be completely unsatisfied.

    ...now back on topic.

    Chroming as mentioned by Dave is in the 700-1000 price point...St Louis Plating treated me right and I have nothing but positive to say about them and their work. If anyone needs there information LMK.

    -Tim
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    FINALLY!..Nice going guys!
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    95 sc

    Hey Tim ur car is looking sweetttt.one day my car look as good as urs,...... As far as performance my pocket's are not that deep lol . when done I'm sure u will pull some nice numbers on the track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Groth View Post
    It was sent by accident and because of that it was chromed. Guess it could always be installed to throw more bling...otherwise it will just be a piece of wall art in the garage.

    -Tim
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    Looking good Tim!

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    I love to see the all out KB efforts on these cars. You've helped me few times with parts to keep my SCs up to spec and on the road. Keep up the great work and hope to see some video of it running soon!

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    The remaining items have returned ...pleasant surprise after Carlisle.

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    -Tim
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    1995 Thunderbird SC - Auto

    1994 Thunderbird SC - 5spd
    1989 Thunderbird SC - 5spd - Daily Driver
    1990 Thunder/Cougar XR7 - 5spd
    1994 Thunderbird SC - 3v Project

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Groth View Post
    It was sent by accident and because of that it was chromed.
    lol...Accidentally chromed it huh?

    Looking like a good recipe, Tim. I'll have to make sure I have the shades handy during the carshows that your car shows up in.
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    Tim my brotha!

    Stunning work man...how did you get the work done on the jackshaft pulley? Did you have to take it appart?
    Current: 1993 SC 5.0L Auto Red, 1994 SC 5-speed Teal, 1995 SC 5-speed Chameleon Blue
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaifanSC View Post
    Tim my brotha!

    Stunning work man...how did you get the work done on the jackshaft pulley? Did you have to take it appart?
    Thanks Luis! Hope life is treating ya well in MD!

    As for the Jackshaft - Chris tells me it won't spin by hand currently...Dave Clark had his done at the same place and it works fine ... guess we may have to replace it but I will let ya know as I know.

    -Tim
    Current Collection
    1994 Thunderbird SC - Auto converted to 5spd

    1995 Thunderbird SC - Auto

    1994 Thunderbird SC - 5spd
    1989 Thunderbird SC - 5spd - Daily Driver
    1990 Thunder/Cougar XR7 - 5spd
    1994 Thunderbird SC - 3v Project

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