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    I'm hoping that's primer and you're just having a laugh!

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    Well after a long period away we are making some progress !!! New sills, new floors and boot floor. All panels rubbed back and ready to paint in the next week!!1957 Slough DS 19 Restore-f11a6fff-5069-42ca-b022-5ce67905f0fb.jpg1957 Slough DS 19 Restore-a6a6db5b-d57c-4f53-972b-c7b77884b3d7.jpg1957 Slough DS 19 Restore-6d51fc95-627d-440a-9ed5-18657b3f4254.jpg
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    are you going to check all the bearings in your suspension and hubs?

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    Yup - Next stage after spraying will be to put on the hoist and start pulling apart cleaning and placing everything back onto the car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redbackracingau View Post
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    That looks amazing. Did you change the inner and outer sills I'd love to see some pictures of how the structure is disassembled and re-built. It looks very complex when you dig into it. Especially aroudn the "A" pillar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron View Post
    That looks amazing. Did you change the inner and outer sills I'd love to see some pictures of how the structure is disassembled and re-built. It looks very complex when you dig into it. Especially aroudn the "A" pillar.

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    Hi Shane,

    Unfortunately I did not get any photos but yes the team replaced both side sills. Big amount of effort and skill for sure!

    Will update with photos as we progress.

    PS If any advice on where I could get a good dash for my car. mine is pretty warped and probably best i get a better one.

    thanks

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