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Thats awesome body work .   you are saving big bucks by doing that yourself .    

 

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Thx Carl, lot of first going on here, lol, minor filler needed on drivers side. 

 

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At first I thought you were going to put a roof on it!biggrinwink  Nice work....keep it up.

 

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Do you want some original dealer installed body side mouldings?    I have a roll left from 1967 .  



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427carl wrote:

Do you want some original dealer installed body side mouldings?    I have a roll left from 1967 .  


 Thx but just going to run the SD moldings. 



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Lt1 Burb wrote:
427carl wrote:

Do you want some original dealer installed body side mouldings?    I have a roll left from 1967 .  


 Thx but just going to run the SD moldings. 


        Thank God .  biggrinbiggrinbiggrin



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I'm marvelling at the quality of the work.

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427carl wrote:
Lt1 Burb wrote:
427carl wrote:

Do you want some original dealer installed body side mouldings?    I have a roll left from 1967 .  


 Thx but just going to run the SD moldings. 


        Thank God .  biggrinbiggrinbiggrin


 Haha, you like the extra one the car had, wasn't sure if you were serious. 



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I'm marvelling at the quality of the work.


Thx, never stop trying is the motto.  



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My Christmas present showed up today. 

 

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And not even damage from it coming down the chimney...

Those 66 SS hoods completely make the car.

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I put the passenger side quarter on yesterday and fixed the shortness of it. I still have to splice in a piece below the body line but that won't be too bad. The hard work on the car is done and it is just about ready to go on the rotisserie to be finished, hopefully my door skins will be here this week so I can get rid of the rusty ones and it will be rust free.

 

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Carl Stevenson wrote:

And not even damage from it coming down the chimney...

Those 66 SS hoods completely make the car.


 I really wanted a cowl but the SS ones are nice too.



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great thread-excited to see it as it progresses


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Lt1 Burb wrote:

Carl Stevenson wrote:

And not even damage from it coming down the chimney...

Those 66 SS hoods completely make the car.


 I really wanted a cowl but the SS ones are nice too.





Oh, personally I'd say this is a way better choice. The cowl is just too "new" for this car.

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Put the front end on today to ensure my door skin alignment when they show up. 

 

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