From dusty barn find to daily driver, it seems our cars are never really done. This is the place to share your progress on your project car. We will celebrate your victories and commiserate over your tragedies. But most of all this is a great place to learn!
Awesome! Keep us posted!
Looking forward to seeing her after paint. Probably a good thing I didn't pick up one of those purple ones. My daughter is already laying claim to mine after I am gone. If it were purple she might be trying to speed that along.
Just in time for Easter.
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That looks great. I agree with Don, it’s wonderful that you kept the color original. I look forward to seeing more pictures.
Dan Gurney Special
6.5 Litre, Black / Black, AC Whisperaire, Am/FM, Sports Console,
Front and Rear Bumper Guards, Clock
302 4V, Lime Frost / Black Leather, AM/FM, Black Vinyl, Tilt-A-Way
Heavy Duty Suspension, Power Disc Brakes, Rader Wheels
1968 XR7-G Hertz
390 4V, Black Cherry/ Dark Red Leather, Black Vinyl, Sunroof, Tilt-A-Way,
Cruise, Rear Defrost, AC Whisperaire
1968 Convertible Conversion "Top Cat"
Standard, 302 4V, XR7G Console, XR7G Front Valance