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    Progress on my 67 Coronet R/T

    I've been restoring this car for several months now so I'll start from the beginning and try to get up to date with it. Here it is as I bought it.
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    I wondered why the back seat was so heavy when I took it out. Then it started moving. This guy was living in there!
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    Removed the windshield to find shiny factory paint
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    Rear floor is in pretty good shape. Just a few pinholes. Finally got it up to the garage to start the real work.
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    Wire wheeling and rust encapsulator.
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    Getting everything down to bare metal and shooting an epoxy primer.
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    No rust in the rockers.
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    So did you see if the build sheet was in his stomach

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    Drivers door is original and not too bad, but the lower front corner needed some work. Cut out the bad part of the skin and the flange where it wraps around was pretty much gone. Made a new flange and a patch for the skin. Came out pretty good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimKueneman View Post
    So did you see if the build sheet was in his stomach
    He was pretty big. May have ended up there myself!

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