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    Quote Originally Posted by steve308 View Post
    Do you have wheel chocks on those raised stands? I hope.....
    Those red things at the tires are wheel chocks

    I haven't got around to welding in the adjustable chocks to the stands yet so the temporary ones will do the trick until then.

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    Thanks! My old eyes looking at the pictures on my phone screen didn't see them. On the computer they are visible.

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    After I saw this picture I decided to go with the amber fog lights


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    I did a mockup of the paint scheme I am going for:


    Blue with black bottom, white interior, amber fogs

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    That would be a most excellent look for the car. Very nice choice. Print that out and pin it up on your wall for inspiration.
    It's a never ending battle of making your cars better and also trying to be better yourself. - Dale Earnhardt Sr

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    I got the turn signals, driving/fog lights, and lower grills installed to check fittings for everything together.



    I still haven't replaced my turn signal lenses (after my son broke them ACK!) So I will be scouting for replacements now.

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    looking really good. things like lights, grilles can be so tedious getting them installed and fit up correctly. your going to make a very nice car.

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    The doors are a NIGHTMARE to line up...

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    I got the screens and brake vent ducts installed this weekend.



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    Then I started working on the rear lights.



    The reflector gels needed studs so they could be mounted.
    I bought stainless steel screws and cut the heads off.
    Then I epoxy glued them in to the plates.




    Now its time to work on the signal housings which are
    so nasty, dirty, and rusted up.




    Nice and clean and ready to put back together again!



    While cleaning I noticed I have TWO DIFFERENT types of reflector backings. So I will need to acquire a matching set of OEM at some point but for now, mounting and light testing will work with what I have.




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