Here we go again...73 Z28

Discussion in 'Project Progress' started by brooksman9, May 3, 2014.

  1. Z28PILOT

    Z28PILOT Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Congratulations on the new project.

    One or two details to work though....it will be dun before you know it.
     
  2. brooksman9

    brooksman9 Veteran Member

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    Parts that came with the car. Frame rails, trunk pan, tail pan, one floor pan, partial quarters, header panel and three grilles.

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  3. volsfan

    volsfan Veteran Member Gold Member

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    You got your moneys worth just in parts Pat! Good job!
     
  4. aafinest

    aafinest Veteran Member

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    I guess some guys don't know when to quit when theiy're ahead. LOL Hey Pat you still got the 74?? Good luck with the new project, now you have something to keep you busy and spend your money on. Looking forward to the progress pics.
     
  5. brooksman9

    brooksman9 Veteran Member

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    Long time no see Sam. Glad to hear from you. I still have the 77 for now. Probably will try and sell sometime soon. And no I never did know when to quit. lol
     
  6. Panther

    Panther Veteran Member

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    I'm glad to see another one saved.
     
  7. zhedding

    zhedding Veteran Member

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    Good luck! Subscribed.
     
  8. brooksman9

    brooksman9 Veteran Member

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    Crawled around under the car a little today. Trying to figure a safe way to get it up off the ground a little bit. I think I can support the rear under the frame rails up in the middle just behind the axle. That would allow me to remove the rear end and leafs. Up front is a whole different story. About 2 1/2 bolts securing front sub frame. Thinking of building a mini jig. Maybe 3"x3" square tube along the outside of each rocker with a couple of pieces across from side to side all welded together and tacked to the rockers. Then I could lift from there and rest on some jack stands. Space in the garage is at a minimum right now.
     
  9. green 1977

    green 1977 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Sweet Pat!!
    You might want to think about a wood rotisserie like the one Daniel built:crazy:
    Remember your not getting any younger:p
     
  10. brooksman9

    brooksman9 Veteran Member

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    Heck Harry, I'm counting on all this crawling around for my exercise to keep me young. lol
     

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