Progress Thread 1967 Coupe Restomod

Buckley

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This a car my father and little brother purchased 11 or 12 years ago. They intended to get it going, but never this in depth. I believe that they just wanted to ride. My brother was killed September 27, 2010, and it has been sitting ever since in the shop. I have to decide what to call her, and feel as though it should be named after my brother, Parker.
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Buckley

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In the shop, motor’s out, fenders, glass, interior, and rear axle. Built my rotisserie this week. Hopefully have it somewhat bolted up in a few days.


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Olivethefet

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Man, hate to hear that about your brother. That's tuff. Build that ride and remember him. Looks like a good base to make an awesome ride!

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2Blue2

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Sorry for your loss, but let the healing begin. Wecome aboard Buckley.
Once you get the mice out of the glove box you know your making progress.
I really like the 67-68 coupes. Always tuff looking.