April 2014


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The side panel wouldn’t fit because there was a Popsicle stick stuck up where it could not be seen. The panel had to be replaced anyway and that’s how the stick was found.

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The carpet and interior stripped for installation of new. As with most areas of this Vette work which had been done previously sucked. Seat belt apparatus had loose bolts or missing bolts. The subwoofer was mounted in a dangerous way which put stress on the window area of the body. If the owner of the vehicle had to hit the brakes hard, she would be wearing the 40 lb subwoofer and then be hit with the rear window in the back of the head since it was not sealed. Oh well, it will be installed properly now.

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The bad condition of the rear compartment hatch. It’s cleaned up now.

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New interior ready to be installed. Finished photos coming next post.

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I’m not sure who did the work to this Model A, but very well done.

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The gentleman who made the impossible axle u-bolts to find for the 55′ trailer owns this 67′ which he may bring to me for the body work and paint

It was not worth it for me to buy the lumber and hardware, and to measure and cut, when I can buy the complete table ready to assemble for $60

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Happy traveling and camping.

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This was a damaged area of the trailer where the area around it was feather edged. The way the light hits it, it looks raised and shows an outline of what looks like a polar bear laying on top

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