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Great Choice !! Im glad you put it back to Omaha Orange...Love that color on an A12
Man this is great. Definitely want to go this path with my 69.
Here are the rear fender wells after body shoots undercoating. Also restored axle bump stops. Silver zinc on the mounting screws and gold zinc on the mount plate.
Started the cut and buff on the main body. Looks great for being done in a make shift both. I use the 3 step 3M product for this process Color sand 1200 then 2000 and final 3000. Buffs easy. There are many different thoughts on the cut and buff process. Just do what works best for you. The whole body work and paint process can be done in you are patient and follow the basics. The end result can be as good many shops
Also been getting the rear end housing ready. I pressure washed it and documented the markings. Not planning on duplication however if I decide too I could. Mainly sharing this for reference if any one needs it for their restoration
More housing photos
Cut and buff complete on this part so far.
awesome thread and build!wish I had the time,drive,patience! just looking at the dash,dad's car,omaha orange all brings back so much of my youth!Dash pics.[you know how many hrs. I spent sitting behind one of those,years},brand new 68 omaha 383/4sp RR my first mopar taste owned by a family member, your dad's car same colour when purchased my first car 69RR 383mag. 4sp.
Fenders are on and rear end is in.
Starting to assembly suspension and engine bay
Starting brake mock up and more engine bay work
Started Vintage Air system install. Great product and instructions. Cleans up engine bay versus stock.
Fitted with the new shoes 15 x 7 front 15 x 8 on the rear
Getting the inner front fenders and brakes mocked up.