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    Kinda of a teaser for the moment. When I get a little time I will come back and post time lapse photos.

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    Future Bucket List Project 49 Plymouth Business Coupe Vintage Racer. Will be B 5 Blue and powered by my extra Big Block Mopar Click image for larger version

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      So back to my Petty Tribute, I bought this as a lie mileage car about 15 years ago and drove it home in the rain - at times at 100. That Slant 6 was tough.

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        The first thing my son and did was the underside. We stripped everything attached to the underside.

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          The underside was actually very clean. A little surface Flash, but no rust through. It was wire brushed clean and painted with POR15 gray.


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            We bought a n 8.75 axle from a 68 Chrysler, disassembled, painted and rebuilt.

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              And then we reassembled with a new gas tank

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                Next I pulled everything out the trunk, took to bare metal and painted with Por15 before putting new mat in it. I appear to be missing photos of the Trunk painted with POR15, so I'll have to take a couple and boost before I get around to spatter painting the trunk.


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                    Inside floor was taken to bare metal and painted with Por15


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                      I bought some Navajo Indian blankets and recovered the seats


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                        Engine was yank out, as there were bigger plans
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                          This was a great low mileage motor (see 1st post again). I cleaned it up, painted and wrapped the motor for another project or to sell.
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                            The engine compartment was painted as close to petty blue as Summit Racing had in a single stage, the suspension cleaned and painted, heater removed, heater block off cut from sheet metal and painted, brake and clutch cylinders mounted, and engine compartment wired.
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                              Next all of the trim was removed and I had my shop rat spend a week wet sanding the paint with 400 grit, rattle can primer and wet sand that. I then loaded on trailer and took to a paint shop to spray 2 gallons of high build self etching primer.
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