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Updated on May 06, 2012
The Under Carriage work. I would suggest a rotisere. Doing this on your back is not a fun job.
Body work Time
Bedliner is tintable Urethane from Eastwood.
New polyurethane body mounts in place . . . . . . . . the body going back on.
It is runable, stoppable and steerable at this point. NO MORE PUSHING IT AROUND! Lots of pieces to go though.
Dakota Digital instrumentation installed. This is quite a wiring project by itself. Update - Now that I have been driving the Elky a few hundred miles this was well worth the money and time.
Doors and fenders fitted - Several weeks of stripping and prepping in between these pictures.
cleaned for paint
Fathers Day morning 2007 and the Paint is on.
Putting body parts back on.
Body finally together
On July 4, 2007 it actually made its maiden voyage to a cook out with friends. Prior driving around can't count because there was no passenger seat for the Honey. When the interior was finished and she was willing to get in and ride it was complete enough to be official (it is on the road!).
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Sweeeeet! Love the color. 5*s
nice el co 5 stars
Hey Neil. 5s all around. Tony (jr)
very nice work-but why Buick engine?
Very nice ride. You've done an excellent job on it. This car needs to be at the top of the list. 5*****
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