You will always be your own biggest critic. That's because you are analyzing every single step you make and don't step back and look at the big picture. From my perspective, it looks totally amazing and perfect.4 hours later the front bumper is installed. I did not ever think it would have taken that long to get close. I now see that the header panel is not perfect. GRRRRRRR...the Body shop did not test fit the front bumper, my bad I guess.
Thanks John, you are right. I want things to be spot on perfect, anything less and I think I have failed. Your wisdom is up lifting. ThanksYou will always be your own biggest critic. That's because you are analyzing every single step you make and don't step back and look at the big picture. From my perspective, it looks totally amazing and perfect.
Thanks Flat-Tappet, yes as soon as I finish the assembly, I am going to place one of the billboards on ...They are Matt black like everything else. We will see how it blends. The paint is so good, I actually hate to cover it up though.Fabulous build. I like your bold move width the gray paint choice against the blue interior.
are you still thinking about applying Hemi billboards? What colors are you considering?
I would put the numbers back. Makes it tougher on thieves. With the only vin being on the dash pad, the car could become a target.Since this is not a numbers matching restoration personally I would cut out the numbers from the original sheet metal and safeguard it rather than try and weld it into brand new AMD sheet metal unless you feel that you can weld them in place and make it look flawless. My point is that if it doesn't look as though it wasn't done (meaning that a person will not be able to tell it has been welded in) it will be a point of discussion down the road and since it isn't a high end restoration, it doesn't matter but if you have the numbers you are good.