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Thread: 1959 718 RSK number 006 metal work restoration.

  1. #41
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    What will be left if the original body, if there was something from the previous restoration?

    How do you manage to find the right dimensions and shapes?

    Impressive work and thank you for the update.

  2. #42
    Door builds cont.








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    Door lock refurbish and install.





  4. #44
    RH side build process and checking fixture ,patterned from the correct LH side











  5. #45
    Knocking over the interior corner flange with aided jig.









    offering up the windshield and side window


  6. #46
    Dry fitting and tuning as we go along to keep everything in check.








  7. #47
    Flange tooling to rear body.




    Anneal and knock in



    rear body set on flange for fitment check.



    Flange detail






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  9. #49
    A Post with glue ready to bond



    Open A Post area ,ready to take A post



    Overview




    Setting in position / Angle finder


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    Inner A post frame structure




    LH A post glue in




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