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Wow, that looks too confusing to reassemble.
With literally thousands of photos, it should be doable ;)
Shouldn't they be in labeled Baggies.
Like this? ;)
No barcodes? I'm disappointed.
But I thought about rack numbers ;)
Seems reasonable to me for a single car restoration.... For Julian anyways.
My brother has a storage robot in his pharmacy. Hmmmmmmmmm
Another weekend full of metal work is over again.
I continued to work on the trunk extensions and their supports under the rear panel.
Old '69 extensions vs. new '72 extensions. They are slightly different on top. But I think for good. The old ones had a support (that was not welded to the rear panel) on top, inside the trunk, the new ones have a support box underneath.
And the groove on top of the old ones had no use...
The rear end of the extensions is different as well because the lower quarter panels have a different shape on the '72. But we will adapt that.
Next were the ends of the rear supports itself. They were not salvageable...
So I made new ones from scratch.
They came out pretty nice for my first self made sheet metal parts I think.
And we started with the passenger floor pan. But I ran out of time to finish it this weekend.
The donor car gets lighter and lighter...
But still a lot of nice parts left on it.
We're smoking again. Great work Vodka. I was worried for a while.
Sometimes, life gets in the way. But I will always come back and finish this project!
And right now, I'm learning something new every time I'm working on the car. That's nice!
I'm probably the only person in South Central Florida that now knows the '69' and '73 Imperial extensions are different.
Well done Julian ...I remember doing this kind of stuff long time ago when I was restoring a 1951 Cadillac.
A lot of work but at that time I loved it. Specially after a long day at the office and then after work to get your hands dirty...
Sheet metal porn! I love it.
And one of the few who can spell Crystler
As always, its fun seeing what you've been up to. Nice work