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    How could anyone work in their garage and keep...

    How could anyone work in their garage and keep all those models clean in the same space?
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    I set up at a local swap meet Sat afternoon, and...

    I set up at a local swap meet Sat afternoon, and sold yesterday and today. It was 8:00-3:00, but I was totally sold out by noon!! I guess not having sold much my prices were tantalizing, so about...
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    Hope the move and job both go well!

    Hope the move and job both go well!
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    by 1946Austin
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    Just drop in engine/trans, and away you go!

    Just drop in engine/trans, and away you go!
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    Russ suggested heating the whole shop up also. He...

    Russ suggested heating the whole shop up also. He said make it as warm as I could handle it and still work in there. Then he said I could also carefully direct heat under the hood if I had a small...
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    Yesterday I bought a 20' length of .090" steel...

    Yesterday I bought a 20' length of .090" steel tubing in 1" OD, which falls right between 1/2" and 3/4" EMT, but heavier wall. I will be bending it with my 3/4" EMT bender to use as the support...
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    Thanks Mario! I feel a lot better looking at it...

    Thanks Mario! I feel a lot better looking at it now vs. where it first was. The front fender drops actually jammed against the lower door hinges before, and kept the hood from sliding back against...
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    Spent a couple hours on the fiberglass before the...

    Spent a couple hours on the fiberglass before the dust and just putting the front clip on and off finally got to me. But it is beginning to move a bit!
    I started with my cutoff disc and cut through...
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    Jef and I have 3 spaces for NWDRA swap meet...

    Jef and I have 3 spaces for NWDRA swap meet Sunday Mike. So we'll be there all day. Trying to get rid of a bunch of spare parts I've hoarded for far too long.
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    When I have to choose between working on my cars,...

    When I have to choose between working on my cars, or cleaning the work area, the cars usually win out. Then it gets where I start tripping over things and work goes too slow, so I stop and do a deep...
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    Your bench looks easier to get to than mine, and...

    Your bench looks easier to get to than mine, and easier to clean off too!!
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    We had our weekly car club dinner get together...

    We had our weekly car club dinner get together last night, and I showed the guys the pictures of the ill fitting front clip. After some discussion I think I may try some things before going to...
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    This might help in making your decision. ...

    This might help in making your decision.

    http://www.rivet-nut.com/assets/rivnut_mechanical_properties.pdf

    Between the driver's weight, seat weight, and force applied, it might be better to...
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    I love the guys who say, "I had one just like...

    I love the guys who say, "I had one just like this, except....." Then they go on to tell you it was a different model, year, engine, etc., etc. It makes me chuckle when at some point they realize...
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    Went back to VFN's site to look again and it's...

    Went back to VFN's site to look again and it's not an Anglia afterall, it's a '37-'38 front end. I'm unsure where they get the idea it will also fit a 1939 as the dimensions of the '39 are totally...
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    I'm contemplating another option. Maybe cutting...

    I'm contemplating another option. Maybe cutting the hood off the glass frontend and using the fenders with an original steel hood. The steel hoods are easy to find and two on Craigslist right now for...
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    Here's some pictures that will make things easier...

    Here's some pictures that will make things easier to see how bad this is.

    The body line mismatch.

    https://i.imgur.com/e4GVDhGl.jpg

    Passenger side hood too cowl.
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    That's a great looking way to do them Gary! They...

    That's a great looking way to do them Gary! They look good!
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    That's a '39 you linked, but it's a one piece...

    That's a '39 you linked, but it's a one piece steel welded together, so not like mine. The other you linked that says it's a '37, but fits '38-'39 is an Anglia frontend, so a bit small for my '39...
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    Thanks Mario. I think that cutting the brace off...

    Thanks Mario. I think that cutting the brace off the inside would allow the fiberglass to relax and the sides would then drop down to align. But I'm not sure if that isn't overkill? It might be that...
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    I think you could make that into a 1/2 hour...

    I think you could make that into a 1/2 hour sitcom Lash! Heck of a story!
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    I wrestled the one piece fiberglass frontend into...

    I wrestled the one piece fiberglass frontend into the shop today by climbing under it and just standing up with my back bent over to walk it inside. Then once I got it over the front tires I used...
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    Welcome to the forum. Looking forward to seeing...

    Welcome to the forum. Looking forward to seeing what you're building.
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    Wouldn't it be nice to have one of those monster...

    Wouldn't it be nice to have one of those monster sized shops where we could store 6 cars, and have room to work on 6 more? Getting things done in tight quarters isn't much fun.
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    Very nice! Will nutserts be strong enough to hold...

    Very nice! Will nutserts be strong enough to hold a seat and driver in the case of an accident?
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