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Friday, May 1, 2015

Just the Details...Restoration Update 1966 Carryover GT350 Shelby

1966 GT350 Restoration.  Panels are aligned, blocked, and final primer in on.
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With all of the projects going on, it's been a while since we've had an update about the restoration of our '66 Shelby Carryover GT350 - SFM6S033.  Well, Jeremy at Maple Hill Restoration is back on it.

As I mentioned, it's been a while since the last update, so here is a link to some other posts about this car:

http://blog.virginiaclassicmustang.com/search?q=6s033


This isn't the exciting or "pretty" work, it's just hard work...lots of sanding.  But for you guys and gals that know that "paint jobs" are more about the preparation than the application of the color, you understand.

All the panels have been fitted, blocked and final primed!!  The next step with be getting it up back up on the rotisserie and painting the underside, inside, trunk area, and engine compartment.  Most of the components have been restored and are ready to install, so after the exterior paint goes on, the "pretty" stuff starts happening!

For more more information about the Carryover 1966 GT350 Shelbys, check out the web site:
www.CarryoverGT350.com.

1966 GT350 Restoration.  Panels are aligned, blocked, and final primer in on.
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1966 GT350 Restoration.  Panels are aligned, blocked, and final primer in on.
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1966 GT350 Restoration.  The trunk lid receives its final body work.
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1966 GT350 Restoration.  The trunk lid receives its final primer.
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1966 GT350 Restoration.  The doors receive their final primer.
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1966 GT350 Restoration.  The doors receive their final primer.
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1966 GT350 Restoration.  The NOS "bullet" Rotunda mirror is fitted to the door.
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1966 GT350 Restoration.  The valances and other pieces receive their final primer.
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1966 GT350 Restoration.  The doors are completely refinished inside and out.
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1966 GT350 Restoration.  The doors are completely refinished inside and out.
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1966 GT350 Restoration.  The doors are completely refinished inside and out.
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1966 GT350 Restoration.  The doors are completely refinished inside and out.  Check out this shot of the inside of the door.
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1966 GT350 Restoration.  The doors are completely refinished inside and out.  Check out this shot of the inside of the door.
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