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    1. #61
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      Quote Originally Posted by classiccarcustoms View Post
      Any help on posting it?
      Ha, I don't even know how to post a picture!
      Greg

    2. #62
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      Quote Originally Posted by classiccarcustoms View Post
      Fesler rear glass installed Attachment 189528
      I like the look with the modern window seal. is it anything special?

    3. #63
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      Thank you.
      Yes, Fesler overside flush front and rear glass.

    4. #64
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      Quote Originally Posted by classiccarcustoms View Post
      Thank you.
      Yes, Fesler overside flush front and rear glass.
      I was referring to the rubber window seal. Just curious if itís the standard type.

    5. #65
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    6. #66
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      Corbeau Seats

      I like the Corbeau seats. How do they fit in the car & are they comfortable with lots of support? Did you have to get the bases shaved. I have heard they sit too high if you don't get the bases shaved. I really like the way they look in the car. Beautiful build, keep up the good work.



    7. #67
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      Quote Originally Posted by rlewis69 View Post
      I like the Corbeau seats. How do they fit in the car & are they comfortable with lots of support? Did you have to get the bases shaved. I have heard they sit too high if you don't get the bases shaved. I really like the way they look in the car. Beautiful build, keep up the good work.
      The Corbeau seats fit great. I am 6' 1" and I didn't have to shave the seat mounting brackets.
      I am running a TMI 1 piece headliner.
      As far as the brackets the rear bolts are a pain in the butt to get in. If I could say one more thing about the Corbaeu brackets for these seats in a first gen it would be that with my hand in the slide track release and releasing the seat to slide and I slide the seat all the way back, my hand gets pinched between the release handle and the bracket itself. Anyone else have this issue? Before final mount I am going to mill off some of the bracket to get more clearance for my hand.
      Support in the seat is amazing. Fit in the car is very nice, I am OCD and when you travel the seat all the way back with out carpet in the car the outer side of the seats (plastic cover) rubs very very minor on the factory wire covers that run down the side of the car, so I cut and re shaped those.

      If you need pictures let me know.

      Just reshaping my RS grill today and just received my Anvil front bumper. I have 3 bumpers to try: 1-Anvil, 2-Marquez, 3-Endura bumper. I will be selling the other 2 after today.
      Then car goes back to body shop to paint the grill and install the hood and polish the car. After that she will be on the road.

      Thanks

    8. #68
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      1969 Camaro Full DSE RHS LSX 427 twin turbo, best of the best

      R/S grill & headlight door alignment take 7!
      I hate being OCD.
      Goal is to have it fitted today.
      Added SEM plastic repair. Now shape to fit.

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    9. #69
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      Anvil carbon fiber bumper
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    10. #70
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      Always wanted to know how good they fit

    11. #71
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      I have a factory style Endura bumper, Marquez bumper and a Anvil carbon fiber.
      I will use one and sell the other 2
      I have trimmed and shimmed off and on 8 times the Anvil one.
      Itís almost done

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      Curious why you preferred the Anvil over the Marquez and the factory style Endura?

    13. #73
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      Quote Originally Posted by srode View Post
      Curious why you preferred the Anvil over the Marquez and the factory style Endura?
      Ok so when I painted the car I had stock lower valance. Marquez was not available. So I bought endura bumper. And a Marquez bumper. Painted everything.
      Then I bought a Marquez valance. Painted it.
      Crazy thing is Marquez valance has no provisions for a from bumper, not even his own front bumper. His bumper has 90 deg tabs that I would have to cut a hole in his own valance.
      Stock endura bumper. Same I would have to cut off the factory inside mounting brackets.
      So I ordered an Anvil one. It mounts through the lower grill mounting holes.

      This is why I have 3-4 parts for this car. Lol


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      Anvil 69 Camaro lower valance the way go !

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    15. #75
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      How do you mount the lower part of the grill with that valance

    16. #76
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      Quote Originally Posted by classiccarcustoms View Post
      I have a factory style Endura bumper, Marquez bumper and a Anvil carbon fiber.
      I will use one and sell the other 2
      I have trimmed and shimmed off and on 8 times the Anvil one.
      It’s almost done
      Sent you a PM about the Endura Bumper is you are interested in selling it.

    17. #77
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      Hood and Fesler front glass installed.
      Next is grill, bumper and make a hood latch
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    18. #78
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      Almost ready for car show tomorrow

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    19. #79
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      Quote Originally Posted by classiccarcustoms View Post
      Almost ready for car show tomorrow

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      You got the stance perfect! Car looks amazing. Did I miss the video of it running?

      Derek
      1967 Camaro SS 350 Hotchkis TVS, 383/TKO600, dynatech/magnaflow. #ís matching 350 stored

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    20. #80
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      Thank you.
      Donít know how to post video

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