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Looks great RC, congrats!
Got the radiator side supports painted and the front end back together this morning. Time to do some yard work now.
Car looks great Mark! Love the redlines and steel wheels!
That's got to be a great feeling to have her home safe & sound.
Painted the tail panel and assembled one door and quarter window and trim. Not a bad morning so far.
You are really getting on it son! It looks fantastic!
It's the way RC works. Keeps body trim guys to a schedule like the way he works.
Well, I got done what I wanted to get done today, it just took longer than I expected. Both doors are assembled, quarter glass and rear side panels are in, roof rail moldings and weatherstrips, body wiring, trunk and tail are back together, rear wheel well moldings and good wheels are all on. Except for the stripe and rear window, I'll be done by next weekend.
Nice Mark!!!! Who's lift is that and are you happy with it???
I bought the lift at a local commercial auto supply company. Don't know the brand because they rebadged it to their business name. But I've had it for about 10 years with no problems.
Look's good for sure. Keep it up your almost their.
You running radial redlines or bias ply's? If radials, what size are you running front and rear?
275 60 15's on the rear & 235 70 15's on the front. Radials.
Your car is looking great. Always fun to assemble a painted car without one scratch.
I thought so. Those rear wheels looked way too deep dished to be stockers and that is the same size I am going to run on my Roadrunner. I have 235/60's on the front of the charger and the same rears that you are running. Seems to be a good combo either size.
What shop did the car Mark? It's always nice to find a local shop that does nice work in a timely manor.
Your in box is full Pete.
That car is looking real nice! Too bad you had to part with the green one with a white top...