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Monday, July 30, 2012

Just the Details...1966 GT350 Shelby Mustang Restoration Project

1966 GT350 Shelby Mustang with Trunk Lid installed.
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As our 1966 GT350 Shelby Mustang project continues, Jeremy at Maple Hill Restoration has stripped, prepped, primed and fit the trunk lid.  All parts for the car will be completed in this manner, and then the final body work will begin.  Stay tuned for many more posts about this project.

Check out the pictures and captions for more information.


It is interesting to note that this trunk lid originally had all of the drain holes covered with seam sealer.
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66 Shelby trunk lid stripped of all paint and primer.
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Underside of stripped Shelby trunk lid.  You will note this is a '65 style.  We will do a little post on the differences later.
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Working the dents out of the trunk lid.
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Working the dents out of the trunk lid.
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Working the dents out of the trunk lid.
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Working the dents out of the trunk lid.
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Ready to prime.
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This is a shot of the inside of the trunk lid.
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Mustang trunk lid hinges and quarter panel extensions after priming.
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66 Shelby Trunk Lid after priming.
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