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Thread: The repair of my RUSTY rear window!!!!!!

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    Default The repair of my RUSTY rear window!!!!!!

    I had some fun with this one but it is done and now I am closer to painting It looks rough but it will do since it's not a million dollar ferrari.The finished product was better then I thought trim and trunk fits like factory.
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    1986 T-bird
    347 stroker motor
    185 AFR Heads
    TrickFlow cam 224/232-542/563
    Victor Jr. intake CNC ported
    Quickfuel Holley 800 cfm
    Hooker 1-3/4 long tubes
    Custom built AOD
    B&M 3000 stall
    8.8 w/4.30 gears
    UPR K-member,A-Arms,and coil-overs
    UPR upper/lower control arms
    Strange shocks/struts
    26x10x15 M/T slicks
    11.48@119.27
    (coming soon Tremec 3550)
    The Finished Product
    http://s174.photobucket.com/albums/w...rinnie/T-bird/

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    looking good.
    was that a patch you put in?
    ***** Project "EVOLUTION" 1987 Cougar LS & 1985 Cougar Convertible *****

    5.0 HO 306 roller block, machined GT-40P heads, Wiseco dished forged pistons, Eagle forged floating I-beam connecting rods, Lunati pushrods, ARP bolts, Scorpion aluminum 1.6 rockers, Comp Cams Magnum 266HR, Explorer intake, 65mm TB, MAF Conversion, 19# injectors, Ford Racing stainless P-headers, 2-1/2" cat-less exhaust w/ Flowtech Afterburner mufflers , SC AOD with 2800 BDR torque converter, 3.73 T-Lok rear, CHE rear control arms, full 2-1/2" frame w/1" jacking rails & seat supports, Rear disk brakes, Turbine wheels, All original interior w/ floor shift upgrade .......
    Pretty much every panel on my 87 is new, rebuilt, or re constructed.
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    yes, I had to make them from sctatch nothing like you do but I tried.I have more but they are on 35mm and I have to scan them
    1986 T-bird
    347 stroker motor
    185 AFR Heads
    TrickFlow cam 224/232-542/563
    Victor Jr. intake CNC ported
    Quickfuel Holley 800 cfm
    Hooker 1-3/4 long tubes
    Custom built AOD
    B&M 3000 stall
    8.8 w/4.30 gears
    UPR K-member,A-Arms,and coil-overs
    UPR upper/lower control arms
    Strange shocks/struts
    26x10x15 M/T slicks
    11.48@119.27
    (coming soon Tremec 3550)
    The Finished Product
    http://s174.photobucket.com/albums/w...rinnie/T-bird/

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    As long as it works in the end. Can't wait to see the rest.
    ***** Project "EVOLUTION" 1987 Cougar LS & 1985 Cougar Convertible *****

    5.0 HO 306 roller block, machined GT-40P heads, Wiseco dished forged pistons, Eagle forged floating I-beam connecting rods, Lunati pushrods, ARP bolts, Scorpion aluminum 1.6 rockers, Comp Cams Magnum 266HR, Explorer intake, 65mm TB, MAF Conversion, 19# injectors, Ford Racing stainless P-headers, 2-1/2" cat-less exhaust w/ Flowtech Afterburner mufflers , SC AOD with 2800 BDR torque converter, 3.73 T-Lok rear, CHE rear control arms, full 2-1/2" frame w/1" jacking rails & seat supports, Rear disk brakes, Turbine wheels, All original interior w/ floor shift upgrade .......
    Pretty much every panel on my 87 is new, rebuilt, or re constructed.
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    I REALLY feel sorry for you guys and the rust you have to deal with.It's a non-issue here.Great work on the repair.I wish I had a welder.I don't know what I'd weld,but I'd find something.LOL.
    '88 Sport--T-5,HURST shifter,TMoss GT-40 intake,Ed Curtis cam,Trick Flow heads,Scorpion rockers,70mm t-body,3G,mini starter,Taurus fan,BBK headers,O/R H-Pipe, Flowamaster 40's, deep and deeper Cobra R wheels,Mass Air, Mass Air and 24's,8.8 with 3.73's,140 mph speedo,Mach 1 chin spoiler,SN-95 springs,CHE control arms,aluminum drive shaft and a lot more..

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    Vinnie, come visit me for a couple days. You wont want to see a welder again when you go back home. lol
    ***** Project "EVOLUTION" 1987 Cougar LS & 1985 Cougar Convertible *****

    5.0 HO 306 roller block, machined GT-40P heads, Wiseco dished forged pistons, Eagle forged floating I-beam connecting rods, Lunati pushrods, ARP bolts, Scorpion aluminum 1.6 rockers, Comp Cams Magnum 266HR, Explorer intake, 65mm TB, MAF Conversion, 19# injectors, Ford Racing stainless P-headers, 2-1/2" cat-less exhaust w/ Flowtech Afterburner mufflers , SC AOD with 2800 BDR torque converter, 3.73 T-Lok rear, CHE rear control arms, full 2-1/2" frame w/1" jacking rails & seat supports, Rear disk brakes, Turbine wheels, All original interior w/ floor shift upgrade .......
    Pretty much every panel on my 87 is new, rebuilt, or re constructed.
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