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  1. more pictures....

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  5. more photos....including an Audi door panel to...

    more photos....including an Audi door panel to see the way the panel curves around.
  6. More photos....I included a photo of what the...

    More photos....I included a photo of what the Audi interior looks like when it's all together. Also a shot of a car interior with the same sort of look i'll be going for when I assemble the interior.
  7. Following the passthroughs it was time to deal...

    Following the passthroughs it was time to deal with the Audi interior, including complete dash, tower, console and steering.
    I wanted this to be a centerpiece mod for the Express.
    I searched...
  8. Next up were the wire passthroughs in the doors...

    Next up were the wire passthroughs in the doors and along the fenders.
    The Audi doors have these little plastic collars that the rubber boots snap onto. The collars snap into the cut out in the A...
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  11. The next issue that I thought about changing was...

    The next issue that I thought about changing was the firewall into a smooth one and also shave the wiper motor mounting alcove from the top of the firewall along the cowl. The wiper motor is now...
  12. The front fenders had both been hit at some point...

    The front fenders had both been hit at some point in the cars past and then covered up in layers of filler. Once I saw the extent of the damage I made the decision to solve another thing I never...
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  14. Having worked all of that out it was time to work...

    Having worked all of that out it was time to work on the restoration of the bucket faces and the grill bars. Not to mention the rusty crusty headlight mounts and adjusters and the lights themselves....
  15. more photos of the headlight motor hardware..

    more photos of the headlight motor hardware..
  16. Once the front bumper was done I began tackling...

    Once the front bumper was done I began tackling the 1967 Charger grill and rotating headlight buckets & frame. I searched for awhile for this unit and bought it finally almost a year after I got the...
  17. Starting from front to back....the front bumper...

    Starting from front to back....the front bumper was sectioned into five hunks. I needed to remove the curve on either end because I had swept back the fender noses and the bumper ends now were...
  18. Here's some photos...:D

    Here's some photos...:D
  19. The Yankee Express restomod build thread.

    Hello all.

    This thread is about my build journey with this project. It's a 1967 Dodge Coronet 500 that I bought from a Craig's List ad out of NY State about 20 minutes after the woman placed the...
  20. I have often day dreamed about using the Earth's...

    I have often day dreamed about using the Earth's magnetosphere as a propulsion method... free power...
  21. Thread: Lift Kit

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    Generally speaking, lift kits are fairly straight...

    Generally speaking, lift kits are fairly straight forward and should come with an instruction page geared towards your vehicles particular needs.
    Basically you will be better served by going here...
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    Very nice!

    Very nice!
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    Hmmm....I was not aware there were any new...

    Hmmm....I was not aware there were any new Borgward's. The only ones I have ever seen are 1954 1962 varieties,,.like the Isabella, or am I thinking of some other brand?
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    Sticky: Okay, here you go....

    Okay, here you go....
  25. Hello all. It looks as though it's been awhile...

    Hello all. It looks as though it's been awhile since any new members showed up. Glad to be here.
    I'm 63, married, father, grandfather, retired military, 30 years in combat aviation US Army. Combat...
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