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Got My 62 Tail lights Installed.


Got my headlight bezels and tail lights installed today. Updated avatar to show new look !!  Got an e-mail from someone regarding a fellow with four 62 parts cars, two rags and two hardtops. Front bumper goes on next. No back bumper until I find a set of rear brackets. Very exciting.



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One tail light looks to have a hole in it.....

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HonestDave wrote:

Got my headlight bezels and tail lights installed today.

Updated avatar to show new look !! 

Got an e-mail from someone regarding a fellow with four 62 parts cars, two rags and two hardtops.

Front bumper goes on next. Very exciting.


         No back bumper until I find a set of "rear brackets."

 

         Tin Man Tin Man Tin Man



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Greaser wrote:

One tail light looks to have a hole in it.....


 I need to be more careful. Luckily these are incredibly cheap, and there are lots of them out there.  :)



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         No back bumper until I find a set of "rear brackets."

 

         Tin Man Tin Man Tin Man


 I haven't forgotten the Tin Man, but right now I'm on a different land mass. I might as well work the angles close to me before I start dealing with shipping costs or deviating to the island. The bumper brackets are not too hard to find. They don't rust, they don't break, and if they're bent, I can deal with it to some degree.

I put a wanted ad on CL and it's starting to bear fruit. I've always found it easier to buy a parts car. If Tin Man has a red 62 Parisienne driver's interior door panel, he may see me. Now THAT is not so easily found. The red front and rear convertible seats are for sure not findable, in any dimension. I'll probably have to put a mix of Pontiac and Chevrolet seats in, and cover them.......if I'm lucky......



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HonestDave wrote:

         No back bumper until I find a set of "rear brackets."

 

         Tin Man Tin Man Tin Man


 I haven't forgotten the Tin Man, but right now I'm on a different land mass.

 



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427carl wrote:
HonestDave wrote:

         No back bumper until I find a set of "rear brackets."

 

         Tin Man Tin Man Tin Man


 I haven't forgotten the Tin Man, but right now I'm on a different land mass.

 



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 I thought Tin Man was on the island up past Nanaimo. I must be getting confused. Guess I'd better spend a few minutes on the Google and get my head together !!   Sorry if I've sounded daft.



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HonestDave wrote:
427carl wrote:
HonestDave wrote:

         No back bumper until I find a set of "rear brackets."

 

         Tin Man Tin Man Tin Man


 I haven't forgotten the Tin Man, but right now I'm on a different land mass.

 



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 I thought Tin Man was on the island up past Nanaimo. I must be getting confused. Guess I'd better spend a few minutes on the Google and get my head together !!   Sorry if I've sounded daft.


 He is in Cobble Hill on the Island ... and I don't mean PEI.



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HonestDave wrote:

         No back bumper until I find a set of "rear brackets."

 

         Tin Man Tin Man Tin Man


 I haven't forgotten the Tin Man, but right now I'm on a different land mass. I might as well work the angles close to me before I start dealing with shipping costs or deviating to the island. The bumper brackets are not too hard to find. They don't rust, they don't break, and if they're bent, I can deal with it to some degree.

I put a wanted ad on CL and it's starting to bear fruit. I've always found it easier to buy a parts car. If Tin Man has a red 62 Parisienne driver's interior door panel, he may see me. Now THAT is not so easily found. The red front and rear convertible seats are for sure not findable, in any dimension. I'll probably have to put a mix of Pontiac and Chevrolet seats in, and cover them.......if I'm lucky......


 If your fruit goes wormy, we have bumpers!!! (no red door panels though)



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I have a nice pair of red 63 door panels.. wrong pattern for the purist ..but I think they would fit?



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OMG !!    bumper r us ?  

 

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I have a nice pair of red 63 door panels.. wrong pattern for the purist ..but I think they would fit?


 When I get some time I'll pm you my e-mail, unless you can get it from my info page or something. I'd love to see a picture of them, if you have time one day.



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Tin Man Auto wrote:
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         No back bumper until I find a set of "rear brackets."

 


 If your fruit goes wormy, we have bumpers!!! (no red door panels though)


 My fruit quite often goes wormy. I have a feeling we're going to meet before too long !



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