New exhaust 

My valiant has been needing a new exhaust since I've owned it so got that done. Welded all the pipe together,made brackets and wrapped it. I'm not sure how the heat will be with the exhaust above the engine so I'll weld some vents into the hood, keep things cool. Also started a dual reservoir master cylinder install. Just wasnt feeling good with a single cylinder one.The ratrod is in the garage wrapped in tarps. Hopefully get that out soon. Been kinda busy with christmas to get much done.

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