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Weekly Community Roundup 6/27

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It's time for another weekly roundup of your cars and projects. Checking in on our social community and sharing some of our favorites is one of our favorite things to do every week. Thanks for taking the time to share with us and keeping us all inspired to keep working and building!

We were thrilled to see all the responses to our last weekly roundup:

She's getting there, out for floors and cage now. -Don A.

My field fresh 55 . Getting close to burning up some tires. -Rob T.

68 Nova. -Budd T.

1956 chevy truck with a 383, 700R4 with a ford 9 inch rear end 389 gearing. 4 link rear suspension with coil over. Hydro boost brake booster. Camaro front clip. 4 wheel disk brakes. Working on throttle and lockdown cable this weekend with pops. -Phillip H.

Working on my 1936 Chevrolet Panel high roof truck. Purchased 1964, sold 1967, found and bought again 1998. Back on the road 2011. Many fond memories! -Tom F.

Just put 4.10 gears and new wheels and tires on my 01 Camaro. -Chris M.

1970 Olds 442, Speedway G-Comp 2 Inch Drop Performance Spindles, springs, disc brake kit, quick ratio steering box. Thank you, Speedway Tech Helpers! -Randy B.

73 Cuda over here in Australia... got some more goodies on the way over from you guys as we speak. -Brad S.

We posted a cool '62 wagon and asked you to share yours:

My '56 2 door Handyman. 11 layers of paint blasted off. -Mark S.

-Todd D.

'67 Nova 2D panel wagon. -Colin C.

-Joshua P.
-Richard R.

Here are some cool projects from #WorkingOnItWednesday:

Just got my Speedway wheels and disk brakes added to it. -Richard J.

61 belair. Big block, 700r, brake lines and wiring are next on the list. -Pete D.

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