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Mama's gonna have a nice car....but #7 is going to need little ear plugs. LOL.
LOL. ‘Tis a bit loud but snappy as hell!!
And the fuckery begins.
That is prettiful. A thing of beauty is a joy forever.
Does look pretty in there....if only the header cleared without a BFH treatment
How about loosening all the motor mount bolts then push the motor toward the passenger side and retighten them?
Did that. Going to tilt it up and bang a bit of clearance in there
Anyone got a line on hood pins that I should use?
R.I.P. blue corrugated wire covers.
You've come a long way!
Man if I could do a side to side on that!!! I forgot how ugly this was to start!
Always a PIA with header/pwr steering box. I'm thinking of going with the Borgeson power box 1962-82 Mopar Steering Box Upgrade With Borgeson (of course for my project that's years away...) much smaller and "supposedly" provides more header clearance.
Interior is finally being sewn. Almost ready for stuff and stretch!
Bunch of detail stuff to do so lining it up. Ran out of time at shop. Had one day and was going to liquidate everything but only one guy showed up so I packed everything up and got it all into my storage except transmissions and engines. Told the wife if I die there are at least 100 items in there and likely more. Sell everything for $10 an item. Lol
Fuel tank in and new stuff all lined up. Driveshaft installed and beginning to rewire dash.
Cool......you kept the air shocks. When I got that thing, the air shocks had about 600 lbs. of air in them, and the torsion bars were cranked all the way up. I checked to see if there was a transfer case behind the transmission! LOL.
Oh my God the wiring harnesses!!!!!!! Spent the entire day cleaning and re-wrapping.
Sanding and sanding and sanding. New seam sealer along roof line. Trunk latch installed. Hood installed. Did I mention sanding?
Splash shields cleaned and undercoat removed. Quick shot of paint for plastic. Painted the bumper brackets and filler panels. Forgot to snap a pic but they look like black metal brackets.
Great progress! Keep at it. Looking awesome
It puts the paint on the car.......
Apples to oranges from when I pulled it out of Dinwiddie. I have pics of it on a Laptop if the ol' girl would boot up... JW
Still needs some wet sand, touch up, and glitter!!!
The ironic part is that it ended up right back where it came from, in the Fayettenam area! Doug has done an OUTSTANDING job on the car.
Definitely one for the books. Yep, he's rolling on it...