Discussion in 'Resto Corner' started by DakDak67, May 12, 2014.
Looks like they fit real nice, most after market parts don’t
Doors look awesome
Old door lower repairs were matched to the rocker install, new doors mean she don't line up anymore.
Chuck in another outer skin, then. On it now.
Saturday in the garage and it's done, happy with the results as it opens and shuts like new.
getting busy with some filler work today .
Depends what you're bolting them too , I only hear good things about Grumpys stuff
Working one side at a time , wow, now I know where all the money goes to get a nice paint job.
Slightly difference in cost of materials and labour between a closed door quick flick and a conciencienous restore to original +.
Longevity will be one of the benefits.
Kudos to a task well done.
Woohoo. Interesting to see how those new blocks you bought go.
Been great so far sanding filler , looking forward to sanding something other than bog
One more coat of primer and a sand and this side is done! , wow , going to do the roof next as I'm busting to get it super flat.
I've changed my mind on colour again, could be pretty bold , I change my mind every time I have a few beers so It's not really worth mentioning.... unless you want to know
Yeah tell us the current thought on colour DakDak67 so we can compare it to what is finally done . Looking great!
Looks brilliant. Very straight and awesome gaps - well done - bet your a happy camper
The first drive is so much closer again.
Shhh , Black / White .
Very happy, gaps are good, it’s taken a lot of time but she’s still an old girl with a gold tooth!
Scored a minty PMG door, sanded it to metal and skimmed a few dings, It's gapped really nice . My old door is a bit Boogered up but will still make a good door for someone.
Everything opens and shuts perfectly now.
Blocking this weekend, hope to have the front door and surround done.
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