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Well I have the front aprons and radiator support welded on no just need to do the rear and apron extensions. I used dynacorn aprons and they don't have the holes for the clips for bolting the fenders on. So I will have to figure that out the I also need to patch the cowel . Here is what it looks like so far its my first time welding wasn't so hard to learn turned out great.

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Any pics?
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stevehcode;187892 Wrote:Any pics?

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