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(06-16-2019, 09:45 AM)Hemikiller Wrote: If there's anything I learned from doing my '71, it was to always dry fit all of the panels before doing paint. I was lucky that everything eventually lined up, but there were some "adjustments" I had to make that were caught before spraying color. .

For sure a bit of a oversight on my part. Luckily it is a easy adjustment. Everything else was on it. Doors fenders, valance, etc. just never put the trunk lid on

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Most of us forget to check every single detail, I forgot to check the alignment where the trunk meets the quarter panel extension and am out on one side so may have to repair this another time but will live with it for now

I found it to be a great help prior to paint was to drill some small holes in the trunk/hood hinges once alignment was correct
Didn't bother with the doors but some do 

Made it really easy when refitting the panels and less paint chips
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