I love 67’s. Impressive work. I like what you did with the bumper bolts.
That trim looks great. I had to buy some of my 66SS rocker trim new, and the rear 2 pieces used. All the rest of it was still on the car, and in really good shape.Just finished refinishing all the stainless trim. Took a while but I was able to do it with a lot of help from guys from this site helping me. I wanted to keep all the original trim instead of buying aftermarket with a chance they wouldn’t fit and to keep the items that came with the car from the factory.
Thanks to them all!
Now on to the next thing...
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Check my other post about buffing stainless trim. I big write up plus a lot of helpful tips from members. Couldn’t have done it without their help.That trim looks great. I had to buy some of my 66SS rocker trim new, and the rear 2 pieces used. All the rest of it was still on the car, and in really good shape.
What did you do to get yours looking so nice?
The biggest problem for guys like me in Hawaii is astronomical shipping charges. A cowl hood costs $350 and another $275 to ship! And that’s not through the air! Axles $385 and $225 to ship. That’s what we face when a lot of you on the mainland get free ground shipping. It seems like some companies make additional money on top of the shipping.great looking project, best of luck, seems be biggest problem these days is back ordered parts, you seem have a nice stash, good luck
It is a plastic radio delete panel from Classic Dash that has a carbon fiber look for $50. You can get it in black and brushed aluminum look also.What is that finish plate you have that is between your Alpine receiver and the blanking plate?