Horse Sense - 66 Coupe to Fastback Conversion

66 Coupe to Fastback Conversion

  1. Oct. 25 2013 interior fiberglass

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    _MG_3974.JPG _MG_3977.JPG _MG_3978.JPG well i got the last pieces i was missing for the interior fiberglass. it fit right in place .i used the old blue panels to trim the new ones for the roll bar,perfect fit. i just used self drilling dry wall screws to attach every thing
    for now .they are a little bit smaller than the trim screws and they drilled them selves .all i have to do is remove them and replace with trim screws.
    the upper vent covers...
  2. Oct.21 2013 hood hinges and hood

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    _MG_3941.JPG _MG_3942.JPG _MG_3943.JPG _MG_3940.JPG _MG_3946.JPG i bolted on the hood hinges and the hood . i had to make the slots in the hinges about 1/8 inch longer. i figured on that because a fiberglass hood is usually thicker than a steel hood so the hinges need to go lower. i ran a tap through the bolt holes in the aprons first to clean out the epoxy primer .i found to put the hinge springs on ,take a large box...
  3. Oct.20 2013 new hood

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    _MG_3936.JPG _MG_3937.JPG _MG_3939.JPG i picked up the hood late friday. this is really a nice hood ,it's heavy and looks very smooth .the holes are drilled and threaded. i will be fitting it after the fenders have been fit to the doors ,i hope some time next week.
  4. Oct.18 2013 primered a few pieces

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    _MG_3925.JPG _MG_3927.JPG _MG_3932.JPG _MG_3928.JPG _MG_3929.JPG _MG_3934.JPG i haven't had much time to work on it lately ,been carpeting the house .
    had to put down a new floor first .what a job :nonono:

    i primered the end caps and side scoops and bolted them on ,just to keep them safe for now. i fit the R model front valance to the dynacorn fenders. the fenders needed a lot of work to reshape the...
  5. Oct. 4 its off the rotisserie

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    _MG_3913.JPG _MG_3914.JPG _MG_3915.JPG i got it off the rotisserie this morning .it only takes a few minutes with the lift .i just unbolt it and raise it up and wheel the rotisserie out in one piece .it took longer to move all the other cars out of the way first. next step will be primer the rest of the pieces and bolt them on for a final fit.