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interesting hood setup, and the front guard; that hole....


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It is a little different. Can you pick what the scoop & the guard holes are? The fabrication in the car is pretty wild.


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is the hood scoop a reversed boss 429 setup?


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guard holes, are they commodore???


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C'mon Steve, I know you have been busy with the body work on the car mate in the last few days. PICS PICS PICS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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As you wish Bow Down







We are going to replace the qtr skins now, it will work out better than trying to repair these. A lot of this rust wouldnt have become apparent if we hadnt started to roll the wheel arches, most of the rust wasnt visible it just started to break up once we started to work the metal.


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Finally got the Shelby bootlid, we need to build it up in the corners to make it fit nicely. Once that is done we will grind away the existing fibreglass from underneath so it isnt 2 feet thick. Overall for a glass bootlid it is pretty good. It is an Aeroform one for those that are looking to get one.


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We cut the drip rails off to clean up underneath them. One of the problems of double skinned panels. These left the factory with no coating on them so this area is a common problem spot.



Cleaned up & rust converted, the drip rail can now be welded back on.


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More pics on photobucket.


Could have done with a roof skin (along with both 1/4 panels & wheelarches). Big job, but coming up nicely.

Hope this is the last of these that come over, however I am not optimistic that will be the case......


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I thought about skinning the roof, decided not to as they are expensive & they generaly need a lot of repairing anyway. Also we are doing the qtrs the same as you have done on Q so dont need to go up to the roofline. The roof has shrunk up nicely, it will need a skim but nothing like it was before.


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I thought about skinning the roof, decided not to as they are expensive & they generaly need a lot of repairing anyway. Also we are doing the qtrs the same as you have done on Q so dont need to go up to the roofline. The roof has shrunk up nicely, it will need a skim but nothing like it was before.


Q got full 1/4's, Stuart's (Flameman1) 66 got the short versions. Either way they went on neat, very happy with them.

Must get around to pasting the "how to" threads on 1/4 panel, door skins & bolt up panel installation.... Shocked


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I knew I looked at one at Duggo, with short qtrs, it was Flamemans. Sorry Q. Cages qtrs are really good in the boot appeture & upper areas so I think this is the best method in this case. It will also get rid of the ugly bits from the sections that got done in the US.


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