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Old 06-04-2014, 04:11 PM   #126
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Looking good!
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Old 06-04-2014, 05:51 PM   #127
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Re: The "Ole 69er"

Nice job on the floor. Glad to see you're still around.
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Old 06-05-2014, 03:19 PM   #128
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Thanks mcbassin appreciate it!! Knomadd yep I'm still here, just doing little things here and there, nothing picture worthy lately so now that there is something to see I'll add a few soon as I can!!Going to add the carpet, and a new radio and also thinking about putting a new Edelbrock intake on it to see if it will wake this thing up a bit!!
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Old 06-06-2014, 10:17 AM   #129
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Well ordered the new GMCPauls door seals and the rubber door channel runners for the back over the top yesterday and hes already shipped them!! Got out early this morning and took off the old door seals and wire brushed them all down and saw the original blue and white colors! Also POR-15 on all the surface rust areas for good measure and shes ready for the new door seals. Now for the inevidable problem of the door slamming issue we all see with the new seals , wish me luck!!
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Old 06-11-2014, 10:19 PM   #130
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Got the new door seals in, they went in like a dream. Of course you gotta slam the door hard enough to break the windows in the house next door but there on!!
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Old 06-12-2014, 07:42 PM   #131
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Installed the new carpet today, looks much better now it has something other than bare metal!!
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Old 06-21-2014, 08:13 PM   #132
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Finally got a radio installed in the truck with new speakers. Carpet done and kick panel carpets in. interior getting close to done!!
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Old 06-22-2014, 12:36 PM   #133
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Re: The "Ole 69er"

That radio looks good. Nice choice.
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Old 06-22-2014, 04:44 PM   #134
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Looks great! Reminds me how bad I need new weatherstrip and glass runners in my 'Burb.
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Old 06-22-2014, 05:05 PM   #135
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Thanks guys, yea the weatherstrip was super easy, 10 minutes a side to put on minus removal and cleanup which wasnt to bad. Boy is it hard to close the doors though .... I know its a common thing but man I hate slamming the doors. The radio is great so far, I love it, the OP put 5 inch holes in the doors for speakers and I didnt want to cut anymore so I used them. Its a little hard to hear going down the road but just have to turn it up a little louder and its fine plus once I get the a/c installed next year it will be easier. Gonna be a rough summer with no a/c but you can bet your A$$ it'll be the last one by the way GMCPauls glueless weatherstrip is THE way to go if you or anyone needs any. Use a rubber mallet lightly and it goes right on and conforms to all the curves and no damage!!
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Old 06-25-2014, 06:00 PM   #136
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Well got all the new channel runners replaced in the doors. Now if only the bottom seals were against the outside of the window she would be totally sealed Anyhow the doors have all new rubber minus the quarterglasses which are still good. Here is some pictures of the new seals!
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Heres the difference between new upper channel seals and the 45 year old ones lol!!
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New carpet, radio and kick panels.! Very nice!
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New carpet, radio and kick panels.! Very nice!
Thanks, Its coming along slowly but steadily ac sometime after the first of the year is my next hurdle!!
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Re: The "Ole 69er"

Worked on recovering the bench seat today. came out well. its got a few wrinkles but not to bad at all. I hope they will relax and flatten out some after awhile but its looking good either way and much better than the old cover was!!
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Re: The "Ole 69er"

And these 2 bolts and 2 on the other side are a B*&^% to get out lol!!! Heres more progress pics
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The finished product!! It looks much better in person and alot more wrinkled in the pictures for some reason. It looks really good in person and in the truck!!
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Started tearing down the top of the motor to put new intake, distributor and wires and new valve covers. Have the new autometer gauges for the dash and the last of the old wiring is going with the install of the new turn signal switch!!
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Nice work on the seat recover. I bet those screws tested our patients. Looking forward to seeing the new goodies under the hood too.
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Nice work on the seat recover. I bet those screws tested our patients. Looking forward to seeing the new goodies under the hood too.
Thanks, yea the bolts were a bit of a pain..lol... Going to try to put all the goodies on the truck tonite maybe, Ill put some pics of the engine parts once I get it all put back together!!
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Some more work in progress pics of the top end changeover!!
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And the final product, Boy am I glad I am done lol. Still have some timing and tuning to do so it will run better but hope it improves a little bit with all this work!!
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Looks good! I bet it will feel better when you're driving it.
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Looks good! I bet it will feel better when you're driving it.
Man I hope so, Ive put alot into this truck lately!!
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Looks great! I love those valve covers.
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