I think you need to pull your running gear and start over! I see overspray on your data plate, just can't have that!:cool:
Similar tail light choice!
A little more done. At least I don't have to deal with rust on the bare metal. Will start in the interior and prime, then the underside. Body...
Yep, a great build!
I just did this on my 6. As much as I didn't want to it had to be done. Worth it in the long run.
Thank you, I will give them a call.
In my '71 I used a 30" and had I to do over again I would have used the 28". It all depends on how it is set up and what is most comfortable for you.
Did you order this kit receintly?
Got the last of the the major metal work done. Now just a few minor bits and then lots of primer, body filler and sanding...
I am sure not the...
Last piece to the body woes has arrived.
135k, Automatic, clean title.
This is a Call of Duty version. (Rubicon)
3 1/2" Tera Flex, Falcon shocks, Currie Anti-rock front and rear, stubby...
Drivers side started and completed. Did it a slightly different way much smoother.
I used plug welds to attach the outer body to this...
It is a learning experience, but I am getting a better handle on it.
It looks a little ugly, but it is solid.
Looks great! Run that baby!
That and the proverbial knot on the head!
I am going a little different route, repro 1950 Pontiac with blue dots. Not LED, but can add LED bulbs.
Back story on this FC. It is up in Minnesota, not far from my company's warehouse. I say it posted a few months ago when I was up there. I...
Continue to work on the body. Going to have to replace the A pillar on the passenger side. Got a lot of the smaller holes welded up, until I ran...
Why do good projects come up while still working on the current project?
1959 Jeep FC-170
It has a 225 oddfire and Turbo 400 already...
Separate names with a comma.