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Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: dmoore] #183662
04/23/10 05:50 AM
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Some more small stuff, Dash vents:


Inside door:



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Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: 3eighty3] #183663
04/23/10 05:56 AM
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Engine compartement with aircon, alternator, power steering pump and radiator installed.


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Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: 3eighty3] #183664
06/30/10 11:09 AM
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Small update from the paintshop. Many hours are currently going into paint preparation...







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Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: 3eighty3] #183665
07/22/10 10:32 AM
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Some more pics from the bodyshop. Front end is on the car to get the gaps checked and the wrinkles sorted out...





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Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: 3eighty3] #183666
10/07/10 03:06 AM
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I got a sneak peak into the paintbooth yesterday. The 'Cuda is finally sprayed! Will be home next week for assembly





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Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: 3eighty3] #183667
10/08/10 07:45 PM
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Fantastic job on this car!!

It always seems like guys over seas come up with amazing detail, and to think it all has to be shipped in as well!!

Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: wally426ci] #183668
10/15/10 10:25 AM
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Well thanks very much for the compliment! Here are the pics of the Cuda coming home from the paintshop:







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Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: 3eighty3] #183669
10/15/10 11:20 PM
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I like it!!!

Looks excellent!! I am glad you kept the 383 because nobody builds them!!! I am a fan of the 383!!

Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: DusterKrazy] #183670
11/23/10 11:04 AM
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Thank you,

In the meantime I mounted the bumpers...





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Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: 3eighty3] #183671
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Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: 3eighty3] #183672
11/23/10 04:54 PM
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I love chrome bumpers on a 1970. They are the best looking by far! Body colored bumpers are way more expensive and just don't cut it in my book. I'm expecting mine to be done and back from the chrome shop within the next month. Keep up the good work. Looks great!


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1968 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible 408 Magnum EFI with 4 speed automatic overdrive, 3800 stall lock-up converter and 4.30's (closest thing to an automatic 5 speed going)
Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: jbc426] #183673
11/23/10 07:28 PM
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Wow! Man what a contrast! Digg'in this Cuda! Keep posting....you got fans!

Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: dmoore] #183674
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Some more work done on the rear end of the car...



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Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: 3eighty3] #183675
11/24/10 03:55 PM
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Car looks sweet!

No tail lamp panel trim?

Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: scatpacktom] #183676
11/24/10 09:27 PM
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It's really turning out beautiful. Love the White on Red.

Joe



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Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: scatpacktom] #183677
11/25/10 09:44 AM
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No tail lamp panel trim?




Yes, I have the tail panel trim cleaned and ready. It's just that I'm reluctant to drill the holes in the fresh body that would be necessary to mount it with the original clips. I'm thinking of a way to mount it with some sort of adhesive, in the way that trim is mounted to modern cars.

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Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: 3eighty3] #183678
12/07/10 12:02 PM
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It is comming out great. Love that Red interior!

Do you need any parts?

Ola

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Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: cudaized] #183679
12/12/10 07:04 PM
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Ola, I've been following that hot looking Cuda of yours for years! I'm glad to see you still have it! Nice too see you here at Moparts

Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: cudaized] #183680
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Thanks for all the favorable comments guys! It actually took me quite a while to decide upon the color, which by any means is not one of the most desired colors for a 'Cuda but now that it's done I'm happy to have a very rare and originally colored car.

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Actually I do, I've written you an email !

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Re: My 70 'Cuda [Re: 3eighty3] #183681
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Did the headliner by myself...very proud of that!



Some more detail, I want to have functioning aircon!



The big picture:



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