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    Klamath Falls
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    (1970 510) (1967 wrl411)
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  1. Yeah Mike, the problem is whitney is a commissioned dealer, they likely had a different manufacturer at the time you ordered. I won't be ordering from them again.
  2. So here's a heads up for anyone considering the JC whitney kit. DON'T BUY IT. Opened the box to find the carpet is somewhat larger and fits wonky in the car, The fronts are a typical non molded 3 piece. The fronts have piping, however the rears have NO piping and look like I grabbed a box cutter and just hacked out a pattern with it. the rears are already fraying and look completely unfinished. really disappointing, the same kit could be made half assed for 35 dollars in materials, I spent 165. and speaking with the customer reps over the internet was just as poor as the quality of this fitment. I wont support JC whitney or buy any of their products.
  3. I am looking for a source for windshield reproduction gaskets, is their a source available?
  4. I do have the original filter housing, however for on the spot tuning, I've installed the vintage adjustable stacks that are easily accessable for my airflow meter. I do have to route my crankcase vent, which ill route somewhere else. I may have a header made for the exhaust and buy dual weber 40s and intake for the r16.
  5. I didn't give up! I just have not updated, Runs, Drives. Beautiful car.
  6. Yeah we did, a lot of fun. after figuring out the column shift pattern, Bluebird Jimmy couldn't stop smiling. First time driving in the states.
  7. That was jimmys 4dr. He sold it to kenny in redding.
  8. Thanks for the info, I'll give his thread a read. I like Eastwoods tinning butter but I'm primed to use 60/40 or 70/30, I work outside, will wash hands and I primarily shape with body files. the real lead/tin goes on so much easier and I have to be careful working on this 20 gauge sheet metal, whenever I've seen guys using eastwood non lead, they are working on 18 gauge panels for old fords, that may be more forgiving.
  9. I see what you're saying as far as acting like a glaze, I'll watch some more videos of it, I've checked out some on youtube already, my main concern would be overheating the panel due to being a noob at the process and warping it all to hell :) I'll have to talk to you more about this process, looks like it would be killer to use on the interior and window posts.
  10. You're going to have to fill me in on what silicone bronze is and how it could be used😂 im familiar with lead, thats why i would choose that method over 2 part body filler.
  11. reza

    Powerland 2020!

    Friday night camping! Count me in.
  12. So were moving along, just sprayed all the joints with etching primer in case we get some moisture. I'm going to be going over every weld joint with lead, the outer sheet metal is all welded, next update is the inner panels.
  13. https://i.ibb.co/fGWfDgf/20190611-131628.jpg
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