Cord 812 Custom Beverly restoration story

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12 Nov 2015 07:14 #30578 by RubyDS
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Yes Tom,bolt and nut on the bumper bar is just a temporary situation for adjust fender and bumper <!-- s:wink: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_wink.gif" alt=":wink:" title="Wink" /><!-- s:wink: -->

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12 Nov 2015 19:53 #30579 by Tom Georgeson
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There have been several improvement for the attachment of the fender at the bumper bar bracket in past issues of the Newsletter. These modifications are to better support the heavy fenders which needs all the help they can get. Which one, if any , do you plan on using?

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12 Nov 2015 20:41 #30581 by RubyDS
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I have made two aluminium plates behind the front fenders so that the original mount is not cut sheet metal

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15 Nov 2015 18:56 #30592 by RubyDS
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Sad weekend in France <!-- s:cry: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_cry.gif" alt=":cry:" title="Crying or Very sad" /><!-- s:cry: --> but France is still standing.
To change of this horrible actuality go to the garage with my son.







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And a drawing by my son with text in english for American friends.

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15 Nov 2015 23:08 #30594 by Tom Georgeson
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You could also fill in the hollows in the two mounting blocks that the bumper mount to so there would be a solid connection between everything. I guess lead would be the thing to use to fill the hollow. This approach has been covered in past Newsletters.

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22 Nov 2015 19:48 #30636 by RubyDS
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A little more job.





Aluminium Tig welding



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