Nice upgrade Kim
A little update on recent progress.
Also re-painted trunk jamb and installed another set of rear window trim. This trim is a little more beat up than what I had but is definitely shinier -see below.(sorry for lousy picture). Hmmm...Looks like I need to touch up my trunk seal.
any info on the bottom section of rear window moulding? my trim is good shape, but it is just sitting there w no clips holding it down. the rivets protrude through the trim. i am looking for info on the type of clips or fasterners for that piece... GREAT looking car!
Thanks! -- I got my clips from a local body shop supply place but they look like the ones on the links below...
Reproduction windshield and rear window molding steel clip to fit a wide variety of GM makes and models. Each clip will provide a snug fit for the molding being attached.www.classicindustries.com
It might also be like these...
This reproduction nylon molding clip will provide a snug fit for the molding that is being attached to the vehicle. Popular applications are listed below, but may fit additional GM models.www.classicindustries.com
The clips fasten onto those rivets and then you slide the trim through the clips.
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Since last post I have replaced power steering pulley, crank and water pump pulleys with chrome ones. Also installed chrome alternator, new battery and changed oil. Dressed it up nice! Will have engine pictures soon. Took some recent photos of the Phoenix. Thought I would post them. It was a little dirty from tree pollen but shots look pretty good anyway...
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Thanks Gerry. It seems like it's never quite finishedThat's a great looking car! You've done a great job on it.