Project “Road Rage” gets a nose job

Before we shipped the 1969 Camaro RS “Road Rage” project off to be dyno’d by DBR High Performance for some fine-tuning, there was one more piece of fabrication that we agreed to take on at Bay One. That little chore involved cutting a hole in the hood to make room for the blower. The final product really sticks out in a crowd, and we only had to cut one hood to get it right. Here’s the video explaining how we did it:

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When The Cat’s away… stuff still get posted.

Since TC is on the road, he wanted us to post some ancient file footage from September, to keep our friendly subscribers better-informed until he gets back from SEMA 2014.  So, what we have here is an epic story of a guy who starts by reading some instructions, sez “that’s easy enough!”, then hands the project over to our hero, TC. We join the action there…

(from the YouTubes) “TC Penick @ Bay One Customs in Springfield TN provides more detailed information than the manufacturer does when it comes to installing some custom, shaved door handles on our 1969 Camaro RS/LS project “Road Rage”. There’s more to the latch system than meets the eye. Getting it to fit with their template left a lot to the imagination. Getting the mechanism to actually work required some serious fabrication. Before you unwittingly open up your door to a new kind of brain ache, you are encouraged watch this video.”

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T-Square Bronco News and SEMA 2014

Published on Oct 31, 2014

Well, it’s about time to shift gears from the inside to the outside on our Thompson Square Bronco project. So much for scuff and shoot on this one, (ok, Dean D… you were right.) but the “frame-off lite” has allowed us to correct a wide range of unsafe and unattractive aspects that should not have been left as-was. This video may be the only good view that the road warriors Keifer and Shawna T will get before the Bronco body goes back on the chassis, so we thought we had better show off her inner beauty while we could still eyeball it.

And here’s a heads up: be prepared for a mess of stories about SEMA Show 2014 and TC’s return to Las Vegas as a project-less spectator, AND Honorary Judge-of-Paint- Jobs for Eastwood Products. The crowd he will be hanging with may look a little sketchy, but don’t be afraid to say “Hey” to Kevin Tetz, Ian Johnson, and John Brouchard, if you see ‘em. But, you might want to keep an exit excuse handy, in case they gets a little too detailed about personal experiences on “The Strip”.
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A little of whats involved in building our broncos front axle

T-Square Bronco News

TC’s back from some well-earned R&R, and he’s already getting the on-hold list knocked down to size. Here’s the most recent view of what’s new with Kiefer Thompsons’ ’71 Bronco:

Bay One is also knocking out a bunch of back-logged video editing, so you may experience more than your ususal exposure to his mug as we try to get you up-to-speed with our posts.  If you’re trying to keep up… we thank you!

What a fun car to drive!

We do a quick run through of shop projects

Its like christmas everytime the parts delivery truck stops by.

Putting the paint on the Jag

Bronco update and quick look at other shop projects