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Bringin' It Back From The Dead - 70 Catalina Convertible


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If it's not an adventure, not worth your time right?  Never heard of a driveshaft not falling out and the tailshaft puking everywhere.  Thankz for the update and pic's.

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Is there any trick I should know about removing the two-piece back seat?  I have watched a few A-body videos but I can't find any B-body seat video. My Factory Assembly Manual has a section on seats but not a single word about seats - the chapter might be missing those pages??? The 1970 Pontiac Service Manual contains nothing at all regarding the Interior for this. 

Many thanks,

Rick

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Frankly, that build sheet is in much better shaped than I expected it to be. Congrats, that is a great find.

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Your doing a great job.  Can't believe how clean it really is.  I had to use complete floorpan in 2 pieces on my GTO.  Welded completely on all seams from inside.  Drilled holes and screwed to braces.  Removed screws and welded holes.   I used a seam sealer on the underside of my floorpans and gaps in my braces.  Also around the new inner Rockers I had to make.  Then used a smooth undercoating, (no texture) paint and clear.  10+ years and still looks new.

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