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Nine months after trailering it home in a blinding snow storm, stripping the ruined interior, removing all the panels and lights, it's finally starting its journey back to life. Crossing my fingers for a Lottery win to speed it along. Lol. ... See MoreSee Less
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Richard Eugene CrispinWhile you have the rockers in the open, before you add the body panels, you might want to consider adding a wiring tube into the rockers. It makes routing and protecting the loom/harness that goes to the back of the car easier.
Gary ReidThat's a very good idea. Where do the wires exit at the rear of the rocker?
Richard Eugene CrispinChoice is yours, depending on how envolved you want to get. Into the car behind the seat or up above the inner fender or...?
Sorry I didn't get to you earlier. It's a lot easier before the rockers are all welded up.
Van MooreBeen here... and few other area also.
Gary ReidYes Richard, they are completely welded up now. I'll have to pay attention when I'm re-wiring the car to make sure the loom is protected
Richard Eugene CrispinOh well... ☺
Gary ReidNext car!
Richard Eugene CrispinThat's the spirit!
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Karla and I went to the Clovis Ca. British Car Meet over the weekend. 550 miles round trip in Rubee, our 71 B roadster. Found a new brewery to try out with a couple of unique beers in old town Clovis. The show had a great turnout of about 110 cars this year. Spent a night at the Chukchansi Hotel Casino on the drive home. ... See MoreSee Less
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John RogersCheck out the types of beer they have: www.559.beer/#randyrhett-toddcom
John RogersBourbon Barrel Ale, CoCoa Porter were excellent. Blew my hat off.
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