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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-08-2017, 09:21 AM Thread Starter
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Fresh outta paint

Been a member here awhile, most of the metal is new. Color is Summit Racing Wimbledon White, satin black accents. Cut and buff next
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-08-2017, 09:24 AM
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I love it! I'm currently building a '67 F100 that's been modified and lowered- can't decide on a color. It was white which looks a little plain, but your black accents may have given me a great idea! Very nice!!

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Thanks! Yeah the Summitt Wimbledon White is a little more tan but I love it.
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Nice looking combo! Is it satin hot or black? I ask because of your tail panel... mine is painted satin and the first leak on the fill up trashed the paint under the filler tube. I ended up using 3m vinyl on the panel.


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Sweet looking ride. What engine/tranny are you running?

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17" wheels?
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Sweet looking ride. What engine/tranny are you running?
Roller 289, T5 conversion. Nothing too fancy! Thank you, trying to get her all back together now without scratches or dings.....
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Yep, 17" Bullitt style wheels, came off some year newer Mustang.... Had to push and roll the fenders quite a bit, spacers in the front and full width 9" in the rear.
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Nice looking combo! Is it satin hot or black? I ask because of your tail panel... mine is painted satin and the first leak on the fill up trashed the paint under the filler tube. I ended up using 3m vinyl on the panel.
Hmmm, damn, never really thought of the fuel issue. It's satin.
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You nailed it, looks fantastic. Look forward to seeing it finished.
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Thanks, just have to get the interior sorted, glass, etc. She should be ready for Fall
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lookin good ,What bar are you using?


Are the brake scoops functional ?

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Thanks! It's the Jegster (Jegs) universal cage kit. Fit pretty good, minor trimming here and there but for the price it was definitely worth it. The brake scoops are not functional, I still want to be able to roll my windows up and down in the back....
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