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Re: Modern Bullitt build [Re: Keepat] #2755937
03/25/20 05:05 PM
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Pat - Nice job yet again!

The reflections in the paint is simply amazing.

Did you cad plate your latch hardware or farm it out? If you did it your self, details please.

-larry

Re: Modern Bullitt build [Re: larry4406] #2756178
03/26/20 12:56 PM
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Originally Posted by larry4406
Pat - Nice job yet again!

The reflections in the paint is simply amazing.

Did you cad plate your latch hardware or farm it out? If you did it your self, details please.

-larry


I wish I could do my own plating!! Stephen Fournier with S.F restoration automobile re-plate all of my door latches.
Thank you!
Pat

Re: Modern Bullitt build [Re: Keepat] #2758906
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Installed the right side rear power regulator and like on the door I had to cut an opening to allow the crank handle switch.

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Re: Modern Bullitt build [Re: Keepat] #2758907
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This is a continuation of the first post, pictures are in order I installed the parts for the regulator. I missed taking a picture of sliding in the long track from the top that holds the two spring rollers.
Thanks
Pat

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Re: Modern Bullitt build [Re: Keepat] #2758995
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Very nice work.
Question about the windows switches though. Is there a way to put all windows down from the drivers seat?

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Originally Posted by Red383
Very nice work.
Question about the windows switches though. Is there a way to put all windows down from the drivers seat?


There’s a 4 gang switch I mounted under the dash. A little more details two pages back.
Thanks
Pat

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Re: Modern Bullitt build [Re: Keepat] #2759362
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Hello !! long-time lurker on here....like 15 years lurker haha - I just have to comment on this. I am gearhead all my life, I like everything that burns rubber and gasoline, I have seen and followed many many great builds of different cars over the years - exotics, muscle cars,all kinds of vintage iron, home made hot rods - you name it...I loved them all, but THIS thing takes the cake ... I think that many members used all the superlatives you can use...I will just say: if I ever win the lotto , I will be banging on your door - you name the price haha !!!
Growing up in eastern block full of underpowered piles, car that could squeal the tires was considered a rocket. I was around 8 years old and total car nut watching tv over easter holidays - when this bad guy in glasses buckled-up the seatbelt and put the hammer down, it changed my life (seriously - career and everything) BEST BUILD EVER ! Best regards - Roman

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Originally Posted by ornocar
Hello !! long-time lurker on here....like 15 years lurker haha - I just have to comment on this. I am gearhead all my life, I like everything that burns rubber and gasoline, I have seen and followed many many great builds of different cars over the years - exotics, muscle cars,all kinds of vintage iron, home made hot rods - you name it...I loved them all, but THIS thing takes the cake ... I think that many members used all the superlatives you can use...I will just say: if I ever win the lotto , I will be banging on your door - you name the price haha !!!
Growing up in eastern block full of underpowered piles, car that could squeal the tires was considered a rocket. I was around 8 years old and total car nut watching tv over easter holidays - when this bad guy in glasses buckled-up the seatbelt and put the hammer down, it changed my life (seriously - career and everything) BEST BUILD EVER ! Best regards - Roman


Roman, Thank you for the kind words and for following along with this extremely long build. Like you I was also change by the movie Bullitt! Stay tune I think the end is getting near ;-)
Thanks again!
Pat

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