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Old 03-24-2020, 10:50 AM
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will as long as we are here lets get some things done. we are getting the interior back into the 53. as it a lot of piece work it taking some time. then again it might be because some one is working a little slower then the past. but shaping up into a car as the great cover up progresses. just about finished with the cab now working on the seat right now. they built this one in house. then mount-adjusters don't match up to the floor will. then some one else tried to remove it by prying then cutting didn't help the problem. not realizing that it was installed with one bolt a side in the factory hole and three slotted screws with square nut in the rest. about par for this car company. as the drop shots site is down and has been for a couple weeks now here is a pictures or two
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Old 03-24-2020, 11:46 AM
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Looks awesome as usual
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Looks GREAT!!! Headliner is superb. You can sure tell labor was cheaper when it was built. The finished rig should look great.
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You look close you will see i have only done the sides back to the doors. They way they layered things out you had to but the rear headliner up to put the rear header in as they used the divider glass to hold it in place. I wanted the divider in so i could get everything in up front before the seat went in. I'm sure asembly made since to them with a crew but it's a lot of crawling in and out for this guy.
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