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The GTX (1969 Plymouth GTX)

Hoist refurb is nearly done, new rams and equalizer cables installed, and still in cleanup mode. It’s going to be so nice not to have an unsafe, messy oily floor! Three daily driver maintenance projects are lined up for the hoist, after that it’s back to the gtx.

Need to get my order done for the small parts to get the side glass back in, but most parts are still good and I’m hesitant to replace things just because it’s apart. I should probably get over that to some degree, given the age of the car.

I did do a little something, though, I bolted on some NOS goodness that I’ve had on the shelf for decades. I paid $75 for this back in the day which seemed too much. Now they’re $375 on eBay, if and when found/crazy.

I reused the thin oe nut on the inside since the one that came with the mirror was for a padded upper door. The purple tape takes away from how good the spi black base/clear came out.

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