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Wow, my friend is quick
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KMcoldcars
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My friend came over today and removed the windshield frame, cowl ventilator and water temperature gauge in less than two hours.
To remove these items he had to remove the glove box so he could get to the bolts holding the windshield frame onto the car. The radio speaker also had to come out. The black cardboard on the inside of the firewall had to be removed, along with the floorboards, to get the water temperature gauge out.
Now I can remove the paint from the cowl to prepare it for the new paint and get the windshield frame chrome plated.
Once the new paint is on we can start reassembling the car, and then I can drive it.

Posted on: 4/2 15:42
1936 Packard 120 convertible sedan
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