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Old 10-05-2008, 05:33 PM
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Cost?-Camaro Clip Install 56 F100

What is a competitive cost for installing an 81 Camaro clip into a 56 F100. The engine and tranny have been removed, the cab set on new mounts. Eugene, Oregon.

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Including the clip? With the clip suspension and steering box rebuilt throughout? Lots of ways this could go. Just hacking off the stock frame and jigging up an owner-supplied clip, welding it in, I would guess they'd charge at least 12 man-hours @ $60/hr, so $700+. It could easily go up from there. They might apply their frame machine rates which would be more $$, but that's the right way to do it.
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