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1967 Chevy Pickup In Booth

Lots of primer, lots of sanding to 320.  A few touch-ups then wet sanding to 600…and then paint!

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’67 Chevy Pickup Restomod Ready For Final Blocking

’67 Chevy Pickup Restomod Ready For Final Blocking

The correct fenders to restore a ’67 Chevy Pickup aren’t available.  The only fenders available for this restoration have provision for side marker lights to make Ralph Nader happy.  But we like cool looking trucks, not NHTSA compliant ones.  So we cut out the marker lights and […]

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Body Work Continuing 1967 Hot Rod Chevy Pickup

Body Work Continuing 1967 Hot Rod Chevy Pickup

Body and paint restoration continues on the 1967 Chevy Pickup.

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1967 Hot Rod Chevy Pickup Body Work

1967 Hot Rod Chevy Pickup Body Work

Got the gaps right for the doors, hood, and cowl, replaced rockers, finished cab corners.  

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1967 Chevy Pickup Restoration Final Body Fit

Aftermarket body panels need some love in order to fit properly.  Photos here show final fit before final body work.  

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1967 Chevy Pickup Restoration Import Body Panels

Rats.  This is so tough.  We work and work and work and ill-fitting new panels make it pretty rough.  1967 Chevy pickups are the coolest, but price sensitive parts manufacturing can sometimes makes things pretty hard.

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Custom Body And Paint Restoration 1967 Chevy Pickup

Replacing some body panels that were too rusty when restoring this 1967 Chevy Hot Rod pickup.  The cab corner replacement gets pop riveted into place for fitting, the rivets are removed after the panels are welded.

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New Body Parts For 1967 Chevy Pickup Restoration

Body parts got here for the 1967 Chevy pickup restoration.  There was some body damage and rust hidden under the pretty good look the truck had, so some pieces will be replaced to control costs.

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More Engine Work For The ’67 Hot Rod Chevy Truck Restoration

Accessory drive installation.

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1967 Ramjet Fuel Injected Chevy Hot Rod Pickup Restoration/Build

Original driveshaft shortened to accommodate longer tailshaft on 700R-4 transmission, new u-joints and carrier bearing.  This build is getting 350 HP of Ramjet EFI crate motor from GM. New limited slip differential so that some of that new power gets to the pavement.

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