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Whoa, this brings back memories for sure. My AMD quarters were a mess and lining them up was a challenge. I only had a fiberglass aftermarket trunk lid which made it even more challenging. I do, however, have another car with original quarters to measure from which was priceless. I’ll measure...
<b>Factory Style</b> Full Landau Top for 1970 2 Door Hardtop/Coupe | Topsonline.com
Has anyone purchased from this company? If the quality is good and their good to deal with, it seems like it would be an alternative to what's out there. Just looking for feedback, thanks.
.540” - .5095” = .305 which is well over 1/4” difference which seems excessive. What’s the thickness of the vinyl top material? I’m assuming coverage over the seams would require that much extra width?
I’m looking for tips and tricks for masking and repainting a 70 Roadrunner grill. I have new spray bombs and need to paint the entire assembly. I’ve removed the trim and washed all of the parts. I’m contemplating painting the dark argent areas first, using a 1” thick foam sheet to then mask...
I have a 70 Plymouth that wasn’t an original vinyl top car. I will be adding one and need to know what trim clips are needed and how they get secured to the car. Anyone have any photos they could share?
In my experience, the interior hinge bolts adjust “twist” of the door, the door hinge bolts under the fender adjust vertical and the top and bottom of the door in and out. I adjusted mine without the door striker in place. It seemed to make it much easier.
I’m struggling here. I’m hearing that wet blasting is good, and bad, too coarse is bad, too fine is bad... everything needs sanded. Crazy. Lots of confusion and conflicting info. Experience tells me that blasting with silica sand back in the day works and using DTM epoxy primer directly over the...
The PDR is worth a shot. We have two very talented ones up here. They’re expensive and worth it. I had a couple of dents taken out of my wife’s beater Pontiac and one out of her new Hellcat. You couldn’t tell where they were on either car. I’ve seen more hacks in the paint and body trade than PDR.