Restoration (Now going mild Oulaw) 1964 356C Coupe 217115

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Re: Restoration (Now going mild Oulaw) 1964 356C Coupe 217115

#196 Post by Craig Colaluca »

Licking my chops. This one is going to be a stunner.
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#197 Post by Harry DeNoers »

Tomorrow she will be driven for the first time in four years.
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#198 Post by Harry DeNoers »

Sunday out of the barn
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#199 Post by Harry DeNoers »

Balancing a nickel. . . Smooth running engine
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#200 Post by Harry DeNoers »

Air cleaner
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#201 Post by Martin Benade »

No three-point belts? So you can drive fast and be safe.
Sorry, none of my business but I can’t help it.
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#202 Post by Harry DeNoers »

Martin Benade wrote: Sun Mar 08, 2020 10:56 pm No three-point belts? So you can drive fast and be safe.
Sorry, none of my business but I can’t help it.
Actually, yes, we have shoulder straps, but they are tucked away.
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#203 Post by Martin Benade »

Excellent, I haven’t offended you then. Looking great! Did you drive it yet? 60 degrees in Cleveland today, I had mine out for some exercise. I hope you did the same.
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#204 Post by Harry DeNoers »

Martin Benade wrote: Sun Mar 08, 2020 11:23 pm Excellent, I haven’t offended you then. Looking great! Did you drive it yet? 60 degrees in Cleveland today, I had mine out for some exercise. I hope you did the same.
Martin, we are on the way home to Ky from the Amelia Concourse. The car wasn’t finished so we didn’t get to bring it. Alignment is being done this week, replacing the dual brake cylinder (had the wrong model for disc brakes), installing bumpers, adjusting suspension.

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#205 Post by Harry DeNoers »

alignment
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#206 Post by Ken Lubke »

Harry
Little curious about tie wires the circle the tops of Knecht filter? Something Andy added and interested in his reasoning for them.

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#207 Post by Harry DeNoers »

Ken Lubke wrote: Sat Mar 14, 2020 12:20 am Harry
Little curious about tie wires the circle the tops of Knecht filter? Something Andy added and interested in his reasoning for them.

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Andy said safety wire is common to racing engines.

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#208 Post by Harry DeNoers »

Onward and upward
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#209 Post by Craig Colaluca »

Harry, are you planning to install a hood handle?
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#210 Post by Harry DeNoers »

Craig Colaluca wrote: Sun Mar 15, 2020 11:51 am Harry, are you planning to install a hood handle?
Craig, We have re-chromed the original, but I am not going to install right away.
We are leaving off the lower side (rocker) trim and we are installing GT bumper trim and leaving off the overriders for now. Except for the relocation of the outside mirrors and the elimination of the antenna everything may be restored to original with little effort.
Thoughts?
Harry

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