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I’ve just run out of time and energy. I have 2FJ 40s. One is a 1968 and one is a 1970, both titled and insured. I was planning to finish them both. The red one is original, three on the tree. It has rust in the standard places and I have the patch panels ready for welding. I spent several thousand bucks on having the front end rebuilt and other mechanical work probably five years ago and it has sat in the garage ever since. I have a new fuel tank that goes under the passenger seat and assorted extra parts.
Good catch, it’s not fiberglass and I recall the painter filled it in when he prepped. He was all proud of the job. In hindsight I’m not sure that was the right thing to do. It was kind of one of those things where I dropped it off at the body shop and asked him to call me when it was done.I'm having a hard time distinguishing any body panel lines between the fenders/aprons, and apron/bib on the orange truck. Is that front clip fiberglass?
I'm having a hard time distinguishing any body panel lines between the fenders/aprons, and apron/bib on the orange truck. Is that front clip fiberglass?
Sound like bib will not open... the painter a really is maestroI was looking at the body lift?? there is space between the frame and bib, no hinge