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

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

#211 Post by Craig Colaluca »

Harry.
I’m in the same conundrum. To drill or not to drill. I had to drill my old ruby red 356 hood and it was a stressful event.
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I found this chopped A handle and I like this idea. But if you’re going to drill, do you dare drill non standard?
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Regardless, I’ve enjoyed seeing your build and your car is spectacular.
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Re: Restoration (Now going mild Oulaw) 1964 356C Coupe 217115

#212 Post by Harry DeNoers »

Craig Colaluca wrote: Sun Mar 15, 2020 5:44 pm Harry.
I’m in the same conundrum. To drill or not to drill. I had to drill my old ruby red 356 hood and it was a stressful event.
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I found this chopped A handle and I like this idea. But if you’re going to drill, do you dare drill non standard?
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Regardless, I’ve enjoyed seeing your build and your car is spectacular.
Craig, you can always drill, enjoy as is unless or until You are certain. I think no handle goes well with the GT bumper trim. I like the color of your car. Very nice.
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#213 Post by Harry DeNoers »

Almost done
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#214 Post by Harry DeNoers »

Coming down to the wire
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1964 356C Coupe Mild Outlaw

#215 Post by Harry DeNoers »

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

#216 Post by EricMcKinley »

Harry,

The car is looking fantastic.

Can I ask what the bracket is to the side of the radio, can I see USB ports behind it.

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#217 Post by Harry DeNoers »

EricMcKinley wrote: Wed Mar 25, 2020 4:52 am Harry,

The car is looking fantastic.

Can I ask what the bracket is to the side of the radio, can I see USB ports behind it.
Hi Eric,
Even though the car has had a total restoration, I intend to drive it on a regular basis. The attachment is where a mini iPad (w/cellular service) mounts for GPS. The USB ports provide power and access to the radio speakers. The radio is also Bluetooth, and Sirius equipped.
The engine in the car is a 912 with Solex carbs and a big bore kit producing about 115 HP.
All lighting is LEDs with SMD headlights. Fat boy insulation behind all ’stock’ insulation.
All of this and more is designed to make the car comfortable, dependable and safe for regular use.
Regards,
Harry
P.S. Are you familiar with https://www.gettymusic.com/ ?
They are originally from Northern Ireland.
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#218 Post by Harry DeNoers »

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#219 Post by EricMcKinley »

Harry,

You have excelled in the restoration of the 64C, a really beautiful job.

I am not familiar with the Getty music, but will youtube and have a listen.

Get the hood handle on!LOL

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#220 Post by Harry DeNoers »

EricMcKinley wrote: Thu Mar 26, 2020 4:02 am Harry,

You have excelled in the restoration of the 64C, a really beautiful job.

I am not familiar with the Getty music, but will youtube and have a listen.

Get the hood handle on!LOL
It is interesting the response the hood handle gets. It is chromed and ready for install. Andy Daugherty did 99% of the restoration.
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Baby is home!

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Baby is home!
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#222 Post by mario musto »

Your restoration is stunning and the only thing that would make it better for me would be the hood handle, congrats.

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#223 Post by Mark Sabbann »

Well done Andy and Harry! Stunning.
+1 for the hood handle.
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#224 Post by Harry DeNoers »

Mark Sabbann wrote: Thu Mar 26, 2020 6:21 pm Well done Andy and Harry! Stunning.
+1 for the hood handle.
Mark, I have added your vote to the handle + column.
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#225 Post by Harry DeNoers »

mario musto wrote: Thu Mar 26, 2020 4:57 pm Your restoration is stunning and the only thing that would make it better for me would be the hood handle, congrats.
Mario, another + hood handle vote. I think there is a trend.
Harry

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