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Thank you. Its been on stand still since Deer season Oct.1st. Got my bucks now so I will be back at it here real soon. Gotta get tranny cross member made, exhaust done, seat belts for the lil ones. Then time for some temporary suede black and flames paint job.
Sorry its been awhile since i have posted anything. Been busy with life like the rest of us, but still making time to work on my 64. Mainly i have been fixing the previous owners screw ups. The funniest one was, he had a powerglide tranny shifter in this car. But i know he had a th350 in it when he had it. I removed the fuel cell from the trunk area, and am in the process of putting a new tank in stock location. But i am changing it to fill behind the rear license plate. I also got my frame connectors all made and welded up. They look good and really cant see them, which i like. The previous owner had tried to install aftermarket buckets. Tried that is, wow that was a mess. Got them bolted in securely now. Got all my frontend sheetmetal and trim back on as well as my Glasstek hood. Still need to get all 5 of the 3pt seatbelts in, i have a good idea for the rear belts as far as making them super strong. Will post pics when we get to that.
Been busy on the car, got new shifter put in got the radiator and tranny cooler mounted. Finished the gas tank relocation yesterday. The seat belts i ordered just came in today. So that will be next, 3 harnesses in rear and both front seats will also be harnesses. Waiting on a manifold i ordered to get started on exhaust.
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