Restoration finished
#1
Finally, major restoration is completed, some work will always be needed but no mayor things. I attached pictures up today.









Best regards
Mario


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#2
I imagine that in reality the pictures don't do it justice and it looks great in the pictures.

I like the fat meats on the back - looks right.
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#3
I like your aftermarket upgrade choices for the interior as they compliment the overall look of the car. Very sharp and nicely done!
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#4
Thanks, restoration is been a long way, finally I found that more things can be done, so no ending, anyway I do all work for hobby.

Best regards
Mario
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#5
I understand completely, the work really never ends. I also completed the restoration on my car this year and now spend time driving it and working the bugs out. I guess when there is nothing else to do on the car it must it is time for another project! I just haven't found anything interesting yet.
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#6
Wow thats a whole bunch of red.
Awesome steering wheel. Vest aftermarket wheel i have seen in a while.
It looks like you put your soul into it for sure. Nows the time to ride.
Drive it man.
Drive it and smile.
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#7
Nice work. Where did you get that underdash radio? It looks like a Pioneer Super Tuner I had in high school back in 1983.

Regards,
Mike
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#8
(11-01-2015, 07:21 AM)1969_Mach1 Wrote: Nice work. Where did you get that underdash radio? It looks like a Pioneer Super Tuner I had in high school back in 1983.

Regards,
Mike

Good eye 69 Mach 1. If that is a Pioneer, it's a classic or should I say period correct.
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#9
Looks great :-)

Regards Rob
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#10
Mike you are right, it is a Pioneer Stereo KP-500, analog dial, with variable capacitors for tuning, I bought since some years and kept for this moment.

Best regards.
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