'62 Frame Conversion - May  2002

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Doors, trunk, soft top lid, hood, and other small parts are painted.  Hard to tell from this picture but the color is fawn beige.


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Body is ready for paint after five hours of taping and masking.


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Body is painted.  It may not be smooth, but at least it's all the same color - finally.


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Seems like all the little pieces take longer to paint than the body.


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Carol signed her name with the milling machine.


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Body is back on the frame, starting to put all the pieces back together.


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The old dash pad is covered with leather.


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Dash pad is finished, instrument pod is installed, starting to cut new carpet.


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Aluminum radiator shroud before smoothing and polishing


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New aluminum radiator and shroud for electric fan.  The radiator is a Griffin HP series, model 6561Af.

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