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posted by: Ray Guarino

We’ve all come across the situation during a project where we need a bracket that has a flat on one end and a circular end on the other AND turns 90° to facilitate mounting a part and we know it’s not offered in any restoration catalog. Some guys would resort to the old standby of using a zip tie or duct tape, others look at the challenge as an opportunity to stretch the limits of their creativity and make a one-off part like the ones seen below on Ray’s resto-mod GTO project.

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‘Twas the night before Cruizmas and all through the shop, not an engine was running, fine tuning had stopped.  The tools were all laid in the toolbox with care, the lights were turned off and I sat in my chair. I tried to keep quiet & not make a sound, for I knew that St. Cruizer would soon be around.

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