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  1. 70aarcuda

    70aarcuda Active Member

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    I talked to the guys at Phoenix graphic this afternoon...and they assured me their stripe matched the OEM stripe.,,,we shall see...

    I have two sets of stripes that were purchase years ago....one set back in 1977 or 78 and the other is post marked 1983....oldest set which is shown in on the correct 3M backing paper with mopar part numbers on the box and stripe...Second is not on 3m paper or has the part number but is identical to the old set...
     
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  2. aussiemark

    aussiemark Well-Known Member

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    The newer one's stripe looks a little longer in the door handle cut out area too could this be shrinkage due to age?
     
  3. 70aarcuda

    70aarcuda Active Member

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    new stripe on passengers side...gotta get the rallye wheels out of the boxes...and get some new tires next week...we are going to do the interior next...new seat covers..carpet and head liner....will have to order up a new dash pad too

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  4. 70aarcuda

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    well..the new stripe from Phoenix Graphic matched the original one...we thought about that also but the new one confirms that the other does not fit..
     
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  5. 70aarcuda

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    driver side on ...plus new windshield was installed this morning....

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  6. 70aarcuda

    70aarcuda Active Member

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    I found one many years ago on top of the glove box...then lost it...then found it again...had to piece it together with tape...but this one has been under the back seat since 1970 waiting for me....

    Dropped a bunch of parts off this morning plus the tires....getting close to being done ...interior work going on now...

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  7. aussiemark

    aussiemark Well-Known Member

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    That is a mint condition build sheet I would carefully remove it and make 10 copies of it then put it back in there.
     
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  8. 70aarcuda

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    interior work....package tray installed...rear seats covered and installed with back half of carpet....new tires with stock rallye wheels on...

    front seats have new covers on them...should go in the next couple of days....

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  9. 70aarcuda

    70aarcuda Active Member

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    Brought her home today ...on an open trailer so everyone could see my car.....then transferred it into an enclosed trailer for a couple weeks until i can get other projects out of the garage.

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  10. rbbruno3

    rbbruno3 Well-Known Member

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    Looking nice:thumbsup:
     
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    68bee Well-Known Member

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    The car looks great. What shocks are you using on the car?