Discussion in 'Members Rides' started by alain, Oct 3, 2017.
Ok which is correct?
The top seam is supposed to line up with the seam in the filler panel
If it was a factory vinyl top car there is a hole and steel plate that goes in the seam and then bolts thru the deck panel, where ever that hole is is where the seam goes
The seam was lined up with the hole in the deck panel
Had a very good day reassembling the car front bumper in headlights in back half of interior in all glass date coded and stainless in
Photos this week sometime My body is revolting pain over FB
The more it is assembled the colour is crazy IMO .How many 1971 SilverFern Stage 1 are left?
Other than yours, there is only one other paint code 41 in the 1971 Stage 1 Registry. Yours still shows Phillip as the owner. You might want to contact Marco and ask him to change it.
Will contact Stage 1 Registry ounce car is finished.Thank you very much for the input Brian
Brian have a great day
PS should complet soon
Here are a few more photos of progress
Had a very productive day I am beat. Photos in the next few days
A few more photos
Really liking the Redlines.
Makes the car pop a little more
Well long day will post better photos
Alain, Looking Great!
I’ll be curious to know how many hours you’ve spent on this restoration. And in record time too. And like you, that color is just....
Keep it up, you’re on the home stretch now!
Good Morning Philip
Nice to here from you.Averaging 8 to 11 hours 7 days a week
started resto July 17 2017 and here we are
So around 3,000 hours or so?
To much time and $$$ but that is the hobby