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nice!


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I found a video of my car as a GT tribute, before it had the racing stripes, amber fog lights, C67 wheels and GT350 badges.

This was in Houston, Texas and would've been shot before the last owner from Colorado bought it.



Click the pic. above, turn the volume right up and enjoy, lol.

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Sounds tough, no wonder it wakes the neighbours ..... Poke


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Took the car to St. Mary's Prestige, thread bump for Steve to post in some pics.

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StephenSLR wrote
Took the car to St. Mary's Prestige, thread bump for Steve to post in some pics.

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Trying the simmons on for size?!?!?!?!?! :rotfl:


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It looks good with its current wheels. It is a really nice car in the flesh. Its just getting a few little things fixed up. I will post some pics tommorow.


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First issue that needed sorting is the firewall. A bit of fatigue & the clutch cable pulled through. Reweld it & a reo plate behind it & it should be good for another 40 years.









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There was a tiny bit of rust starting on one of the door frames. Always an adventure discovering how far it goes. It had been patched up once before.









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Also these blew out while we were doing the inner.





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soc123_au wrote
Always an adventure discovering how far it goes. It had been patched up once before.


Good to see it's getting done properly this time, cheers.

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Whoever did it last time had a fair attempt, It was a bit untidy, but the patch suited what was probably visible at the time. It may have been done 10+ years ago.


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That part of the door is a prick to do, too many curves and time consuming....well was for me anyhow, felt good getting in there to clean it up and treat it though. Good job Thumbs Up


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Yep... Agree it is an untidy prick of a repair - esp when it ain't your full time job!

I did that patch on Craig's Cruzn66 build thread... Should see him through for a decade or so.

Unless of course his wife reads this post in which case it should see Craig through to his grave Poke


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Just realised I had forgot to update with the final few pics.



The inside of the door looking nice again.



What rust?



A shot of the seatbelt setup. We didnt do this work, but I like the way it was done.

There is more pics in the Stephen SLR album in my photobucket album for those that want to have a look.

Thanks Stephen for allowing us to work on your baby. It should give you many years of trouble free cruising once you get it back from getting the clutch conversion.


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Looks great!

Thanks, yep will keep you updated on how the Mal Wood hydraulic clutch setup goes.

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