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Old 07-21-2019, 10:24 PM
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It will need new bushings as the sleve is missing. But right now the big thing was the peg was half off. As was one of the trailing arms. So right now its make sure i don't loose any heavy iron while we are getting it running. As the drive line is out and cross members not all bolted in the most important
Thing was get the E brake to hold. What way we can't loose the car over the hill.
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we have brakes need to set up the park a little but it will hold. so finished cleaning up the roof and covered it in red lead and run it out. we have stuff to finish before we do more on it. besides I want my S&S inside
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You are really making progress Ed! It is nice to see cars being saved, that were so close to extinction.
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Ed You got a big job smoothing the right 1/4 ahead of the wheel opening. You can sure tell it started its life in New York.
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The other man put a patch panel justin front of the
Wheel. He is 2 inches low in th rear. The wadded filler from it to the door. It never been worked down. Who knows what is under there. The left side is still original the rust worm got it behind the wheel the inside panel of the rocker shows its origin. Small spots on the outer corner of the floor pans is about it for rust. The inside web of the hood is holy also. Found one car in a yard in rapid a 2 door post. Got some trim still on it but we will need more. You got any 64 Biscayne trim around need both sides. Also the top of the tailgate trim pad. The covered the end gate with a stainless steel piece cut to fit. But my guess is they reused the top steel piece to finish it off . That is missing also.
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