Thanks Lynn for the comment. I have a lot to do. I'll be posting updates over the next week or so..... I should be getting the car back from Paint in a few weeks, then I'll really start the "hard" work. Stay tune,,, lots more comeing.
Thanks Frank.... it's been an adventure. First time I ever did anything like this. It's now part of my retirement plan... i.e, if you do the work yourself, you can make some $$s at this.... I'm treating the BOSS 529 build like a 401k/IRA and I have a great hobby to boot. I'm also doing a 68 Vette, convertible 427/4spd restomod.... live is good.
The real fun is coming very soon.... finishing the final product. I should have car back from paint in a few weeks.
I really like the brushed aluminum on the interior pieces. The gauges were a good choice too. I think my favorite is the color combo with your wheel selection. The car looks well thought out. Good job.
1968 Coupe - Original Sprint B, J-Code Car
"For Amature Restorers the line between 'fixing it' and 'breaking it' can be very blurry " - My Brain
Thanks Alan... the choices come from a lot of research, thought and planning. But my most significant contribution is others who post their ideas and builds. The key reason I'm doing a build site is to "give back" so others can benefit from something I may have done or discovered along the way.
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