Cord 812 Custom Beverly restoration story

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15 Feb 2016 08:09 #30883 by RubyDS
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Yes, that's a lot of work to properly adjust the headlights doors

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10 Apr 2016 19:23 #30950 by RubyDS
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New cylinder heads



And the last door







Hole for the exhaust pipe in front fenders,thanks to Jim Mc Carthy for his help.





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17 Sep 2016 19:30 #31729 by RubyDS
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Slowly but in progress











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30 Sep 2016 19:25 #31788 by RubyDS
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New sway bar bush clips,stainless stell laser cut.

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Nicely made parts! I like the tabs for keeping the rubber in place.
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05 Oct 2016 06:34 #31813 by RubyDS
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Frank&JJ wrote: Nicely made parts! I like the tabs for keeping the rubber in place.
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Thanks,i have make this parts conform to original with the tabs for keeping the rubber in place

Picture of original in bad condition

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