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Re: 1939 RestoMod Pickup
Markiemark9 #1385362 Sat Nov 21 2020 03:09 PM
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UPDATE:

Got the bed cleaned up and set roughly in place while I wait for the shortened driveline to be finished. I also got a few interior panels cleaned up and painted (they are more of a saddle brown than the pics suggest).

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Re: 1939 RestoMod Pickup
Markiemark9 #1385365 Sat Nov 21 2020 03:45 PM
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That all looks great, really like the interior panels. That saddle color is a nice touch.

You’re moving right along!


Dan

35 CC Case
38 Chevy Pickup
51 3100 AD
58 3100 Apache Fleetside
Re: 1939 RestoMod Pickup
Markiemark9 #1386066 Thu Nov 26 2020 08:47 PM
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While the driveline is being shortened and balanced I finished up the exhaust and started putting body panels back on.

I also decided to hit the Chevrolet script in the tailgate with a bit of dry brushed white to match the doors.

Here is the latest!

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Re: 1939 RestoMod Pickup
Markiemark9 #1386666 Tue Dec 01 2020 03:59 AM
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UPDATE:

Much more progress lately. Both running boards mounted up to the S10 chassis, gauges rebuilt and restored, and now working on building the pedal assembly.

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Re: 1939 RestoMod Pickup
Markiemark9 #1386683 Tue Dec 01 2020 12:42 PM
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Wow those gauges turned out great, very cool. How’s that oil pressure gauge going to play with your LS?

Really like the stance of the truck.

You’ll be cruising come spring.


Dan

35 CC Case
38 Chevy Pickup
51 3100 AD
58 3100 Apache Fleetside
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