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Old 05/28/19, 04:53 PM   #61
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Do they sell raised rear quarter panels?
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Old 05/28/19, 07:41 PM   #62
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Yes sir, Dennis Carpenter has some!!!

I tried to do a link but it did't work???

It's only money, I hope the government sends me more tomorrow!!!
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Old 05/28/19, 09:20 PM   #63
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Old 05/30/19, 07:00 PM   #64
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Got home a few min. ago and had an email from Dennis with this ad!!!

https://mailchi.mp/45fc46eb1802/new-...s?e=e9de935d94

It's only money, I hope the government sends me more tomorrow!!!
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Old 05/31/19, 02:55 AM   #65
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Got home a few min. ago and had an email from Dennis with this ad!!!

https://mailchi.mp/45fc46eb1802/new-...s?e=e9de935d94
I like the look of those in balance with the front. Once I start my restore I will have to see if the rear quarters panels are bad enough to change them out I guess.
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Old 06/03/19, 04:03 AM   #66
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Okay, hope everyone out there is doing well with their projects! Where am I looking for vehicle info like corvettes have a trim tag on the A pillar with a vin#. I want to go into the side garage and see what I really have here.
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Old 06/05/19, 10:31 AM   #67
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Can someone tell me what all this info means..
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Old 06/05/19, 11:41 AM   #68
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Feb 67' build with 6cyl
92" wheelbase
7 is Harbor Blue
140 is 4300lb gvw
197 is a bench seat half cab
C 3sp manual trans
03 4.11 gears
24 is Jacksonville DSO

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Old 06/05/19, 12:47 PM   #69
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Very cool, okie. Would that be considered like a base model for that year?
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Old 06/05/19, 02:42 PM   #70
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The only other option would be a Sport, and there's not any way to tell from that info if it was. If you've got some chrome on there it could have been, but those items could have been removed also. A Marti Report would tell you for sure. Just from I can see in your pics it wasn't a Sport.

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Today I noticed that the door skins were not bad at all but when I ran my hand underneath I could feel and see that they are rotted out in some areas. Do they sell an entire door? I've seen the outer panels or do I weld in new metal.
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Old 06/06/19, 03:36 AM   #72
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You can buy a complete door but people often say they don’t fit as well as original metal so if you only have a couple rust spots that can be cut out and replaced then I would go that route first...especially if it’s underne and not really visible.

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Very cool, okie. Would that be considered like a base model for that year?
He's good like that..

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Any pictures or thoughts or design on a stand for the body once it is removed from the frame. Just trying to see what's best for the upcoming work.

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So I sold a 68 vette project and had to deliver it to Va. That gave me room to move the Bronco into the shop. Still have the 71 vette project on the lift but it did allow me to start removing a few things, like the rotted out hood. Took off a few things but was not sure if this light was original to the var or if ord even had an under hood light. Anyone.........................................................
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