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Michael Dalke's 1967 Firebird

2020 March
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    • With so many things to look forward to—the outdoors; non-rationed toilet tissue; our normal lives—our impatience for the forthcoming crop of crossover SUVs is particularly acute. The Ford Bronco returns this year after a 25-year hiatus, and a slew of electric crossover SUVs angle for mass-market appeal for EVs. It’s been a long...View the full article
    • Pulled the broken steering wheel off and you can see where its not broken, it has been cut !!, there is cut marks like a jaws of life have chopped it So i have straightened it, mig welded it and Last Indian has given me the idea i can fill it and file it. So i have tonight filled it with a 2 pot epoxy polymer and lets see tomorrow what its like and hopefully i can get too and start filing it. i am guessing that the wheel is covered in an acrylic  plastic ??? its certainly not Bakelite.  My plan is to sand it flat and paint it Black, but what paint to use on this material... and as always at the moment, do i have anything in the shelf that will do it... i am running out of supplies real quick  and we still have 2 more weeks of complete lock down, prime minister today is talking 23 April moving out of full lock down to a level 3... which means i can get back to work!!  weee hee !! before my company goes completely bust 😡 
    • Front grill support panels primed and just like the fender, they will need a bit more attention when i can get my hands in some hi build primer surfacer. 
    • A Big freaking file! Seriously! & a lot of muscle, sandpaper & patiences!     Your clearly a very patience guy !!!
    • Pulled the belt line reveal off, after i had removed the interior trim and found 2 nuts and another in the boot👍 thanks guys,, i was thinking they where just clips pushed in. i was lucky as its just surface rust only, so i have treated it and primed. But the retaining clips are buggered, and i cant find anyone who is selling them, which brings me to this question.  Being a 2 door hard top identical to a 64 impala, could the trim be the same... if so i found these guys sell the clips   https://www.thepartsplaceinc.com/product/1964/1964-chevrolet-impala-caprice-bel-air-rear-window-belt-reveal-molding-clip-kit-lower-c9082/81172
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