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I have the original keys
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Well never mind then..:-)
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Ready for blasting (almost) and parts super organized for cleaning sir!


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Wahoo! It's a shell!!!!

Great work Matt. Let the blasting begin
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Torsion bar tube looks very good. It's a good straight tub to work with.
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How did I miss this?!!
That color is SICK!!! It'll look awesome over red interior. And I like the idea of green door tops.
The one thing that always seems to throw me off is the black dash pad. It works when an interior is one color with hints of black here and there but when an interior is two colors AND there's black in there, it makes my feeble brain hurt im sure it works with certain combos but I'm not artistic enough to know which.
I wanna come up and see the "artists studio"!!
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How did I miss this?!!
That color is SICK!!! It'll look awesome over red interior. And I like the idea of green door tops.
The one thing that always seems to throw me off is the black dash pad. It works when an interior is one color with hints of black here and there but when an interior is two colors AND there's black in there, it makes my feeble brain hurt im sure it works with certain combos but I'm not artistic enough to know which.
I wanna come up and see the "artists studio"!!

Hey Mikey356...do you have a 356? I'm across the bridge in Swedesboro and I also have a 356

Yeah Matt and I are kicking around ideas on the interior. Some of it will probably be painted body color...agree on the black dashtop too
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Hey Mick!

Your brain is far from feeble. That's a good point about the dash. Prolly best to keep the door tops black.
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Hey Mickey 356, saw you have outer rockers for sale???

Still have them? I think we need them for this car
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Thanks Mickey for the outer rockers. You're The Man !

I'm prepping for blasting, l'll have the rocker cavities to bare metal so I can epoxy prime even behind the heater tube.

Once cured I'll follow with another layer of Zinc primer prior to welding/closing up.

All cavities I open will be handled this way so it'll have No bare uncoated metal even after hot welds. With humidity the zinc will migrate and attach itself to any bare steel. So it's ongoing corrosion protection. Porsche engineers learned this in the late 60s.





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I'm glad to see these (taillight boxes) go Steve.

3/8" of Bondo sandwiched between the original taillight box and heavy 14 ga steel homemade repair.

We saved a few pounds out back removing these and now can blast in behind them and epoxy/zinc. Well worth the price of new boxes ($300 ea)


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My pivot type (rev 2) design dolley in place, ready for take off Steve!

These are much better castors (all 4 turn and lock) tires with air suck, don't use them.

I'm going boating on the Sassafrass River, have a great Sunday men. Floridians be safe.


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You so rock! Be safe in the river (I can't swim).

I can't wait to see it blasted!!!!
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When this tub is finally green we're getting blasted.

All went well in Maryland with my folks.


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Final once over and vacuum for blaster. As you can see this was an Ivory car.

If mine, I'd paint it ivory with black faux elephant hide interior like that well known factory prepared '67S racer. I'd also flare the rear quarters gently like that car.





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Hey Flojo!

Here's that car


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Don't worry Matt, I'll let you paint mine Ivory someday
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Don't worry Matt, I'll let you paint mine Ivory someday
Ha!

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