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Here's a couple more pics. It was crashed in the front. I had to cut the bumper apart to fix,it was so bad The hood ,ears and grill were all welded together an beat up/rusty. I straightened it out fairly well and left the ears and grill welded together. The hood unbolts from them normally now, and the ears and grill can be changed later if the new owner wants. I had to do the hood twice. Before the paint dried the first time, it fell and put a big dent in the front, then rolled on it's top, covering it in dirt. I left a few waves here and there on the fenders, but it will work most likely, unless someone buys it to restore. Had a bondo crack in one front corner of the hood after I got it all bolted together, and had to kind of fix that.I also wish I had pulled the top of the grill out more, but oh well. I really built it to work though. It starts,runs and drives great now. Everything that used to flop,clunk and leak,now are quiet and tight and dry.I ran it up and down the road to the neighbor's and back and got a good coat of dust on it. He has a '40 model and boxes of new parts going to waste. I wanted to inspire him a little. I'll work this one an hour or three, then clean it up and put on a coat of wax before I sell it.
This post was edited by arnold z at 15:09:49 08/22/13.
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