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70 SS ACADIAN wrote:

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-- Edited by 70 SS ACADIAN on Monday 6th of January 2014 09:49:20 PM


 Agreed - didn't I say something like that at the time ? I found the heads ! I can't believe I didn't get tipped off before you



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thanx for posting pictures Carlsmile Frame should be ready next week for blasting & powder coating. Body is close to being ready, next is doors fenders hood and trunk lid. Then I`ll be on the bug for templates of moldings and emblem holes.



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you found good doors ?



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Is that a reproduction rear frame cross member?



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70 SS ACADIAN wrote:
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Wow   Good job    amazing what a lot of time and a lot of money can do   wink


 Carl, this is an original white / orange stripe delete carbiggrin


 Great to see!  (Pardon my ignorance but... I'm guessing they were all "stripe delete cars" in '66?)

PS  What colour interior?



-- Edited by 03cts sport on Saturday 11th of January 2014 04:03:36 PM

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67BBSD wrote:

you found good doors ?


 they took a bus ride from Vegas. Very nice doorssmile



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Islander wrote:

Is that a reproduction rear frame cross member?


 yes it is a rebo. Very good quality one. I have a good original one as well but saving it for one of the 65 rag tops



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03cts sport wrote:
70 SS ACADIAN wrote:
427carl wrote:

Wow   Good job    amazing what a lot of time and a lot of money can do   wink


 Carl, this is an original white / orange stripe delete carbiggrin


 Great to see!  (Pardon my ignorance but... I'm guessing they were all "stripe delete cars" in '66?)

PS  What colour interior?



-- Edited by 03cts sport on Saturday 11th of January 2014 04:03:36 PM


 the white / orange stripe comment was for Carl who loves that combobiggrin Mine is Mist Blue  with Black interior and in will be done to original colours



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coming along nicely Kevin.

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Oh yes, the green framed car ... I remember it now! You put a couple new rear body mounts on the frame as well ... did the same on my spare frame this summer.

Great work!



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70 SS ACADIAN wrote:
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Is that a reproduction rear frame cross member?


 yes it is a rebo. Very good quality one. I have a good original one as well but saving it for one of the 65 rag tops


 Who is the supplier for the rear frame repo crossmember? Thanks

 



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Ebay item 390662912049 $110 free shipping. A number of ebay sellers have them up for sale. Make sure that its made by AMD



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ARCADIAN wrote:

coming along nicely Kevin.


 thanx Chris, I hope to be on the road this summer but this trim thing may hold that time line up.



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That's some good progress, that will be a very nice car when done. 



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Got more work done   I have to do "all the work" for free and then post the results   lol lol  

 

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Wow - looks great ! ---it is so satisfying when something that sat abondoned for so many years finds such a great new home--if you get bored you can drop it back off at my place !



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Got more work done   I have to do "all the work" for free and then post the results   lol lol  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 you can be the first to let the clutch out! wink



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70 SS ACADIAN wrote:
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Got more work done   I have to do "all the work" for free and then post the results   lol lol  

  


          you can be the first to let the clutch out! wink


        Yaaaaaaaaaaa    winkwink    thanks  Dad   



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67BBSD wrote:

Wow - looks great ! ---it is so satisfying when something that sat abondoned for so many years finds such a great new home--if you get bored you can drop it back off at my place !


 never know it just may come back to you then you can take it back to where you found it and watch the guys eyes pop outaww



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70 SS ACADIAN wrote:
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Wow - looks great ! ---it is so satisfying when something that sat abondoned for so many years finds such a great new home--if you get bored you can drop it back off at my place !


 never know it just may come back to you then you can take it back to where you found it and watch the guys eyes pop outaww


 ya, he needs to see it - we'll take it for a ride one day -- its actually just down Montrose in Mt Carmel

 



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What month should we slot it in for the feature car Kevin? I know, we'll say April and then you can be under the gun like on those reality shows..biggrin



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What month should we slot it in for the feature car Kevin? I know, we'll say April and then you can be under the gun like on those reality shows..biggrin


 oh no pressurebiggrin, bottom of car will be painted, frame finished and the 2 mated then there is a Camero that needs to be done so lets cross our fingers for May, I hope



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Looks really good, if you have the resources it can sometimes be nice to start with a project so you are not afraid to disassemble it completely to end up with a really nice product!

If you get a chance could you take some pics or measurements to show where the four speed floor pan conversion is located, it is kind of a funny shaped piece, I'd like to have a good idea where it is located fore and aft before I go hacking up my car!! How were they attached to the floor originally?

 

 



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