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Weekly Community Roundup 5/23

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Another week, and we're thrilled to see that you're all still busy at home and we love that you're willing to share with us what you're up to. So, until we can all be together again, here's another roundup of a few of our favorites from the week:

We loved seeing all the responses to last week's Roundup!

My 23 T bucket thanks to Speedway getting it updated and personalized to my liking. -David R.

This is the interior I'm finishing in my street strip '69 El Camino. -Matt E.

My mid engine 65 Corvair. -John D.

We posted an LS engine disguised as an old school big block and asked "what's under your hood?"

No hood but also an LS. -Justin C.

360 cu SBC from sprintcar. 1979 Holden commodore. -Warren M. (Yes, we had to google to see what a Holden Commodore looks like.)

SBC, 283 originally built by Dyno Don Nicholson in the 70s. Only had 1100 miles on it. -Richie C.

You showed us what you were up to on #WorkingOnItWednesday.

Workin on stock cars. -Mike P.

1966 Biscayne 396 with a stick that's been sitting since 1982. Just finished the brakes and tomorrow I'm installing new 15x8 rear wheels with 275/60/15s. -Marc S.

Always more to do on this full custom suspension F150. Original 351w block massaged to a forged 408. Full Holley efi with a Hi Ram. 10.5:1 comp and big solid roller cam. -Sean B.

Twin turbo Chevy 3100!! -Garrett F.

40 Willys. Setting up for rearend assembly tomorrow. Tim H.

We asked you how full your garages were...

Got room for 2 more. -Mike C.

Stuffed. -Jeff K. (Note: if you've been following along as our own Jeff Karls has been putting his Chevelle together, here's a sneak peek of the almost finished project!)

Pretty full and a bit messy at the moment, the more parts I put on the more room I get. -Gary F.

Full! -Matthew N.

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